Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program focuses on environmental, social and governance initiatives prioritized based on commitments to our stakeholders. This includes, but is not limited to, performing business reviews with our suppliers, protecting and developing our employees, and investing in the communities where we live and work.
Please refer below to the following links:
Decarbonization Download: 5 Questions with Zebra Technologies
Director of Sustainability & Social Responsibility Mani Balakrishnan spoke with the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy about our goals and progress reducing greenhouse gas emissions across our operations and supply chain.
Zebra recognizes our environmental responsibilities and is committed to being a compliant corporate citizen; responsible for supporting the protection of the environment. We are committed to protect the environment by: complying with all applicable environmental laws, regulations, and other applicable standards governing our products and activities; efficiently using resources and waste reduction in our operations and supply chain; and systematically managing environmental risks and opportunities to reduce or prevent pollution.
Zebra believes that strong corporate governance practices help create long-term value for our stockholders. Zebra’s key governance policies provide the framework for our corporate governance and assist the Board in fulfilling its duties to stockholders. Our commitment to these policies is vital to ensuring Zebra is managed and monitored in a responsible and value-driven manner.
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