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Green Initiatives

7.5 / 10

(based on 22 ratings in 2017)


"The company tries to make a difference in terms of being green but it is difficult for a software company where a lot of computers and servers are always on."
Entry level, Leatherhead
"There are lots of communications about environmental stuff and there is little wastage."
Graduate, Leatherhead
"We have a recycling scheme and an Oxygen scheme where the company tries to encourage a healthy lifestyle. There is also a ride-to-work scheme where CGI will subsidise your purchase of a bike."
Graduate, Leatherhead
"Part of the organisation's founding values in the 1970s was a commitment to our environment."
Entry level, Edinburgh
"The bins are great as they are separated out for recycling and there are communications sent out to ensure people are mindful of printing too much and wasting paper."
Graduate, Reading
"We have a number of green days and environmental incentives."
Graduate, Bridgend
"One of CGI's values surrounds awareness of one's environment and encourages employees to follow this value in their day-to-day work."
Graduate, Edinburgh
"The company offers to pay for an employee's bicycle to travel to and from work and there are plenty of recycling bins around the office."
Graduate, Leatherhead


"Cycle to work scheme is used quite a lot by employees. There is a cycle to work week as well where cyclists get a free breakfast."
Graduate, Leatherhead
"They are OK, but often the environmental cost is not a high priority in decision making."
Graduate, London
"Schemes are in place."
Graduate, Leatherhead
"The company organises green events through their oxygen incentive."
Graduate, Bridgend (Wales)


"The company is quite green in that there isn't a huge need to print things off."
Graduate, Bristol
"CGI encourages people to cycle to work."
Graduate, Leatherhead
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