1. Dominos Pizza
They consider an impact on the environment, employees, the communities in which they operate and all other stakeholders in everything they do. They continued to support two corporate charities –Special Olympics Great Britain (SOGB) in the UK and Barretstown in the Republic of Ireland. In 2011 They donated £25,000 to SOGB and €15,000 to Barretstown in the Republic of Ireland. Domino’s is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to investing in team member advancement. They invest a considerable amount of time and resource in ensuring they provide a safe and healthy environment for work. They actively participate with local schools to encourage the development and skills of young people. The Group does not tolerate harassment of any employee. Also they recognise efforts with Delivering More award. This is a quarterly prize of £500 awarded to the store or individual who has gone beyond the call of duty. This can be a charitable activity or it might just be an act of random kindness. So I think, it is a act of extending beyond social responsibility to philanthropy. They continue to look at ways to improve energy efficiency to reduce both consumption and energy costs. They are working with WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) to reduce food waste. Also they moved into new corporate headquarters which will reduce carbon footprint considerably. This office has been built to the BREEAM (Buildings Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method). It includes features such as solar panels, rainwater recycling, makes good use of natural light and has a very sophisticated and environmentally friendly temperature control system. This company covers all aspects, concerning their business. So I think it's the most innovative fast-growing perspective company I've represented.
2. Imperial Tobacco
They recognise the importance of manufacturing, marketing and selling products in a way that...