Social responsibility is a key component of success. Sika is committed to creating an attractive and inclusive work environment where people can grow and unlock their full potential. A place where everyone is treated fairly and has equal opportunities. A place where you can be your true self and develop a strong sense of belonging. It’s about empowering people at all levels to actively contribute to building a sustainable future and be truly passionate about daily challenges.
People are the most valuable asset we have, and their safety, health and well-being are essential to the success of our business. Regulatory standards, management commitment, employee involvement, work site and risk analysis, hazard recognition and resolution, training and education are key components of the Sika safety and health program. Sika expects suppliers to observe equal standards of professional conduct and integrity in their relationship with Sika, their employees, and their subcontractors.
Sika wants to sustain local communities in order to help people to help themselves. The main goals, among others, are to support communities in infrastructure development for social projects, to promote training in construction professions and trades, and to provide emergency aid to disaster-stricken regions. Furthermore, Sika aims to vigorously support volunteering work in relation to social activities and personal development. Sika teams throughout the world discover the joy of giving, of learning new and valuable skills and of discovering new facets of themselves that otherwise may lie hidden and untapped.
Sika wants to sustain local communities in order to help people to help themselves. Fields of activities are:
- buildings and infrastructure for social and ecological projects or
- education, preferably in connection with construction-related professions or
- ecological water projects correlating indirectly with Sika's field of waterproofing activities
The main goals, among others, are to support communities in infrastructure development for social projects, to promote training in construction professions and trades, and to provide emergency aid to disaster-stricken regions.