Awards and recognition for our approach to Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability

Each year, Capgemini is recognised by independent research agencies, sustainability analysts and industry partners for its leading Architects of Positive Futures programme.


As a result of our on-going commitment to responsible and sustainable business, Capgemini UK has achieved the following awards and accreditations:

Featured in the Top 100 companies in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index 2018;




Named in the Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2018;




Ranked in the Top50 of Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work (Employee Choice);




Accredited as a Disability Confident Employer;



Achieved EDGE (Economic Dividends for Gender Equality) Assess certification;



Achieved the Silver Award in the Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index 2017-18;



Finalist for Top Employer – IT & Technology, and Best Degree Apprenticeship at the School Leaver Awards 2018;


Winner of the Best School-leaver and Apprentice Development Programme Award at the Institute of Student Employers Development Awards 2018;



Awarded ‘Top Technology Employer 2017’ by Rate My Apprenticeship;



Winner of the First Women Awards ‘Business of the Year’;



Ranked as one of the Top 50 employers in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2018;



Winner of ‘Diversity Project of the Year’ in the Women in IT Excellence Awards;



CIPS Corporate Sustainability Index ‘Rated Supplier’; and



Participants in the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres programme.




In addition, Capgemini UK were shortlisted for the following awards:

  • BITC Responsible Business Award – Outstanding Employment category;
  • Edie Sustainable Leaders Awards – Sustainable Product Innovation for our supplier assessment tool;
  • Edie Sustainable Leaders Awards – Best CSR Report;
  • CR Reporting Awards – Carbon Disclosure Category
  • CR Reporting Awards – Innovation Category;
  • TechWomen50 – Company of the Year; and
  • BITC Best Employers for Race & Race Equality Awards (finalist for recruitment) 2017.

The Capgemini Group has achieved the following awards and accreditations:

named, for the sixth consecutive year, as a 2018 World’s Most Ethical Company® by the Ethisphere Institute;



received a score of ‘A-’ in the CDP Climate Change Index;



featured on the Standard Ethics Index;



remained in the FTSE4Good index;




maintained our position on the Ethibel Sustainability Index (ESI) Excellence Europe and Excellence Global;


listed as a member of the STOXX ESG leader index;



maintained the OEKOM Prime Status in the OEKOM Corporate Responsibility Index;



confirmed as a constituent of the EURONEXT Vigeo Eiris Europe 120 and Eurozone 120 indices; and



maintained our position as a Gold rated supplier on the Ecovadis collaborative CSR supply chain platform.





We have stated our commitment to responsible and sustainable business in a number of arenas. In the UK, Capgemini:

  • became the first IT services and consulting company to publish approved science-based targets consistent with the COP21 2015 Paris Agreement to keep temperatures below the 2oC threshold;

  • signed a series of six communiques on Climate Change organised by the Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders’ Group on Climate Change. They are the Trillion Tonne (2014), Climate Change (2012), Cancun (2010), Copenhagen (2009), Poznan (2008), and Bali (2007) communiques; and
  • registered its support for the “Think Act Report” initiative, a voluntary framework developed by the UK Government with the aim of promoting gender equality within the workplace.

In addition, the Capgemini Group has made a number of Global commitments:

  •  Capgemini CEO Paul Hermelin signed the Business Proposals for COP 21 in support of the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2015;
  • Capgemini has been a signatory to the UN Global Compact since 2004. The member companies of this program support/comply with ten principles in the areas of the environment, human rights, labour rights, and the fight against corruption;
  • Capgemini supports the principles of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the fundamental conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) refusing the use of forced labour or child labour;
  • Capgemini supports the OECD guidelines for multinational enterprises;
  • Capgemini has been a signatory to the UN Global Compact’s “Caring for Climate” initiative since its inception in 2007; and
  • Capgemini has been a signatory to the Women’s Empowerment Principles since their inception in 2011.

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