How Sasse Group lives sustainability

The new CSR-report 2020 shows where and how we integrate sustainability in our actions and what we aim for in 2021. 

Please find here the CSR-report 2020 of Sasse Group.

As a family business, it lies in our DNA to take over responsibility for future generations. Respect for every individual at Sasse Group, for example, is something we have been living for years. In other areas, especially in terms of sustainability reporting, we are learning new things every day. Since July 2021, a new colleague supports us in this area. The CSR report 2020 is another step towards mapping our ecological and social impact and continuously improving it.  

“There is no compromise when it comes to ensuring that employees feel comfortable and safe in a company. There is also no compromise on the responsible use of resources and technology.”

Dr. Laura Sasse, CDO Sasse Group

The report includes four sections:  

  • In the section Economic Responsibilitywe explain why economic and sustainable action go hand in hand and how we contribute to prosperity and development in the regions where we are active.  
  • Under the heading Responsibility as an Employer, we explain what we do to ensure a healthy working environment and how we create career prospects. In addition, the employees themselves have a say.  
  • On the topic of Ecological Responsibility, we review how facilities management and climate action go together, what we have implemented so far and what we aim for in 2021. Also, you will find key figures on our carbon footprint in this chapter.
  • Finally, we assume Social Responsibility beyond our core business. This includes various honorary offices and involvement in local charities and organisations.

Click here to read our CSR Report 2020. In order to save resources, we have deliberately published the report digitally and appreciate it if you read it on your screen.  

We wish you an interesting read and are very much looking forward to feedback and comments. Please adress CSR Manager Merret Nommensen,