Workplace volunteerism is a part of the culture at Tata Steel and volunteering is imperative in skill development and the cultivating of value systems.
Tata Steel’s philosophy of contributing to society is shared by employees across its operations and many individuals willingly choose to contribute their time and efforts to help strengthen the local communities and improve surroundings. This tradition is part of the Tata group ethos finds a place in the Tata Code of Conduct, the set of guidelines that define the value systems on which the Tata group of companies has been built.
In India, many employees assist in Tata Relief Committee’s disaster management programmes and the Company is also developing a volunteering programme for its people. Be it a natural disaster, an immunisation drive or Aids awareness camps, employee- volunteers at Tata Steel have always willingly lent a helping hand. The company allows them flexibility to take time off from office for community or disaster relief work. The Company has a structured approach in this, with the establishment of joint departmental councils that plan community development activities. Read More
In Europe, as the Corporate Partner of British Triathlon, Tata Steel is committed to nurturing the grass roots of the sport and enabling children to experience sports, regardless of ability. With 24 events running nationwide, many events take place close to plant sites, demonstrating employees’ commitment to the local communities that they are part of. The programme is keenly supported by Tata Steel employees who volunteer as helpers at these events. Read More
Volunteer executives from Tata Steel Thailand are also committed to promote and improve the well-being of people in surrounding communities. From undertaking environmental initiatives to donating funds and groceries via The Thai Red Cross Society, Tata Steel Thailand has always been at the forefront of community development initiatives. Read More
In Singapore, NatSteel ensures a healthy society by encouraging staff volunteerism towards various monthly activities at its three adopted charities.