Cititec is an IT recruitment solutions company that has earned ISO 14001, one of the leading international environmental management certification processes.
Created by the International Organization for Standardization, ISO 14001 was developed by an international selection of business groups, environmental bodies and governments with the aim of facilitating environmental improvement in the private sector. Companies implementing ISO 14001 are independently audited, thus ensuring the integrity of actions and the authenticity of improvements. Cititec was audited by Bureau Veritas, the world`s leading ISO 14001 certifier, assessing companies in 80 countries.
Cititec delivers IT recruitment solutions to the world’s leading investment banks, corporate treasuries and banking system vendors. Cititec provides high calibre IT consultants across the whole spectrum of IT banking services in financial centers all over the world. Cititec currently supplies over 60 leading investment banks and are the preferred suppliers to 20 UK-based financial services companies.
Taking a step beyond simple environmental initiatives, ISO 14001 recognizes that Cititec has created a comprehensive Environmental Management System that addresses all its business areas and minimizes its impact on the environment. This is a prestigious award achieved by less than 1% of UK businesses, it is recognised worldwide and supported by the UK Government.
“Achieving ISO 14001 illustrates the importance given to environmental and sustainability issues in Cititec,” said Stephen Grant, Managing Director. “Our achievements and reputation as a responsible organization reflect the beliefs at the core of Cititec’s operations and aligns us with the most progressive and sustainable firms.”
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