Corporate Social Responsibility at Higos
At Higos, we’re delighted to offer bespoke insurance solutions. We're not just an insurance provider, we're a company wants to demonstrate and create a positive impact in our community and environment. With branches throughout the South West, we’re proud to employ local people and give our backing to our regional towns.
We take all aspects of our Corporate Social Responsibility seriously and have established three Corporate Responsibility pillars to reflect our values: 1. Charity & Community, 2. Mental Health & Wellbeing and 3. Environmental Responsibility.
At Higos, our Corporate Social Responsibility is not just a box-ticking exercise, it's a fundamental part of our business culture and values. We strive to create a positive impact in our community and environment while continuing to provide exceptional products and services to our clients.
Higos Environmental Responsibility
At Higos, we don’t just offer exceptional service and products, we are committed to protecting the environment for future generations. We are aiming to make a positive impact on the planet by implementing sustainable practices across our operations, reducing our carbon footprint and achieving net-zero status
Higos Charity & Community
Making a difference is at the heart of everything we do. We are proud to support and contribute to our local communities through charitable donations, events, and outreach activities. Our charity committee provides a platform for all of our charitable activities across the business, ensuring that we make a positive impact where it matters most.
Higos Mental Health & Wellbeing
At Higos, we understand the mental health of our staff members have a significant impact on their wellbeing and is vital to their overall health and happiness. That’s why we’re committed to promoting improved wellbeing amongst our staff and raising awareness of our mental health support. We provide resources, training, and support for staff who may be struggling with poor mental health or have family members who are suffering.