WILLIAMS’ CORPORATE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT
Williams and Diversity
At the heart of our business where we regard diversity as an asset is a strong identification with the United Kingdom and specifically England as both Williams’ home and inspiration for over three decades. All members of Williams’ staff remain proud that we represent the UK in a high profile and globally witnessed sporting endeavour.
Williams F1 and its Staff
It follows therefore that Williams’ staff are its most important asset. The company prizes itself in a positive level of engagement, support and reward for its workforce, reflected in the number of employees who have served 25 years or more with the organisation.
If you are interested in joining our organisation, check the vacancies area of this site.
Williams F1 and the Community
At a corporate level, Williams supports the Spinal Injuries Association as its nominated charitable beneficiary. For more information, please see www.spinal.co.uk
In addition, each month Williams auctions a notable element of Formula One memorabilia on this site for a nominated charity. Our charities rotate on a monthly basis and are chosen by a staff poll. By the nature of our business, we do receive many more requests for assistance than we could reasonably respond to, so the beneficiaries of our monthly auction must be eligible against one or more of the following three criteria:-
To apply to be a beneficiary of one of our monthly memorabilia auctions or to bid on these unique items with full Williams’ guaranteed provenance, visit our auction pages
Williams F1 and Education
In the vocational sector, the company supports apprenticeships and professional training.
The range of engagement with the educational sector is varied and multi-faceted, but some examples of how Williams does work in partnership with schools, colleges and universities includes:-
Williams F1 and the Environment
While the competitive nexus pushes Formula One teams to progress technological innovation with greener credentials, so our partners are developing biofuels, the sport’s governing body has led a pioneering carbon sequestration programme for Formula One and the next frontier is energy storage technology which might have a profound impact on cars that we see on our highways in the not-to-distant future.
In these various ways, Williams’ is making its own contribution to the environmental responsibility that we all acknowledge is critical. If you want to read more about Williams’ activities in this area, please refer to our full environmental statement.
Williams F1 strives to be a considerate business in all aspects of its activities, whether in relation to its employee welfare, its engagement with the local community or its impact on the global environment. Like almost all organisations, while we seek to improve and refine our best practices continually, it is of course possible that from time to time we overlook areas where we could improve – as an open and transparent organisation, we would welcome your comments and feedback – you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or see further details on the contacts page.
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