CSR COMMITMENTS
CSR COMMITMENTS
For over 15 years, Neopost is
voluntarily and actively engaged
in a process to improve its
Corporate Social
Responsibility commitments
In 2018, Neopost conducted an in-depth materiality analysis

In 2018, Neopost conducted an in-depth materiality analysis and an analysis of non-financial risks. The company then defined its CSR priorities around five themes: innovation and sustainable design, commitment to employees, ethical and responsible behavior, limiting the impact of its activities on the environment and action with local communities.

Key priorities
SUPPORTING THE TEAMS TO DRIVE CHANGE
SUPPORTING THE TEAMS TO DRIVE CHANGE
Employees are the key to Neopost's success. Their talents, ideas and actions shape the future of the company's activities.
PURSUING A CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY APPROACH
PURSUING A CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY APPROACH
In addition to regulatory obligations, Neopost has redefined the ethical standards encouraged among its employees.
DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
FOCUS ON
DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
Neopost's growth relies on the diversity and complementary skills of its employees. Among different initiatives in 2018, the company has given a particular impulse to feminizing its staff and governing bodies such as the Executive Committee.
INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
FOCUS ON
INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
Neopost continues to invest in innovation and R&D, focusing on key trends that will have the greatest impact on its performance in the coming years, and intends to create cutting-edge solutions in a sustainable development manner.
DIGITAL-BASED TRAINING AND E-LEARNING
FOCUS ON
DIGITAL-BASED TRAINING
AND E-LEARNING
In line with Neopost's digital activities, there has been a sharp rise in digital-based trainings, allowing the professionals to acquire new skills and improve their expertise, in a context of rapidly evolving technologies.
INFORMATION SECURITY AND DATA PROTECTION
FOCUS ON
INFORMATION SECURITY
Neopost has defined strict security policies to ensure correct and secure use of its own data but also the data entrusted to the company by its stakeholders such as staff, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.