Awards

Our journey to become a sustainable business has been recognised by external organisations.

 A fuller picture of our progress can be found in our latest Corporate Responsibility report.

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ISO14001

This is an internationally recognised environmental standard which provides general guidelines to deliver an effective Environmental Management System. Experian is certified to ISO14001 in its six main offices in the UK accounting for the environmental impact of 60% of the UK and Ireland’s office estate.

Caring Company 2011/12 Award

Experian received the ‘Caring Company 2011/12 Award’ from the Hong Kong Council of Social Service. The prestigious award recognises Experian’s social responsibility achievements in the city. Throughout the year, Experian Hong Kong has actively participated in charity and community services to support local children in need. The Caring Company award acknowledges those organisations in Hong Kong which demonstrate their contribution and dedication to their community, their employees and the environment.

One of Britain’s most admired companies

Experian was highly rated in several categories in the Britain’s Most Admired Companies 2011 awards: 21st overall out of 238; 2nd in the Business Support Services category and 4th out of 238 in for Innovation.

95 Best companies to work for in IT

Serasa Experian was ranked 23rd in the list of the “95 Best companies to work for in IT and Telecom” in 2011. This awards was granted by Computerworld, Great Place to Work, Now!Digital Business IDG, partner of the Great Place to Work.

10 Best Companies in Corporate Citizenship 2011 - 100 Best Companies in Organisational Human Development 2011

Serasa Experian was ranked in the list of the “10 best companies in Corporate Citizenship 2011” and one of the “100 best companies in the Organisational Human Development Index ” (IDHO) according to a national survey conducted by Gestão RH magazine, that analyses the 1,000 biggest Brazilian companies across the following aspects: human capital, corporate governance, sustainability and transparency. Inspired by the Human Development Index (HDI), used to measure the human development level in a country based on educational, health, longevity and income per capital indicators, the national survey is aimed at analysing the current stage of the companies selected as the “Best” in the country in terms of organisational human development.