About LTG: Corporate & Social Responsibility

Learning Technologies Group takes its responsibilities as a corporate citizen seriously. The Board’s primary goal is to create shareholder value, but in a responsible way which serves all stakeholders.

LTG’s employment policies are non-discriminatory and the Board does not support discrimination of any form. LTG is committed to diversity, including gender, age, race, national or ethnic origin, religion, language, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status and physical ability – at all levels of the Group. We employ people on the basis of job requirements and we do not discriminate on grounds of age, ethnic or social origin, gender, sexual orientation, politics, religion, disability or any other status. We do not employ forced, bonded or child labour.

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Learning Technologies Group takes its responsibilities as a corporate citizen seriously. The Board’s primary goal is to create shareholder value, but in a responsible way which serves all stakeholders.

LTG’s employment policies are non-discriminatory and the Board does not support discrimination of any form. LTG is committed to diversity, including gender, age, race, national or ethnic origin, religion, language, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status and physical ability – at all levels of the Group. We employ people on the basis of job requirements and we do not discriminate on grounds of age, ethnic or social origin, gender, sexual orientation, politics, religion, disability or any other status. We do not employ forced, bonded or child labour. Click here to read our Modern Slavery Statement.

The Group invests in training and developing its staff through internally arranged knowledge sharing events, external courses, bespoke digital learning programmes and corporate portals. LTG provides training and the opportunity for career development wherever possible. Employees can participate in a range of opportunities to develop their professional and leadership skills, and functional expertise.

The Group also undertakes regular staff surveys and feeds back the findings and actions to staff. LTG’s acquisition programme also brings new talent to the Group at all levels and gives staff the opportunity to develop their experience and careers within the Group.

Employees’ performance is aligned to the Group’s goals through an annual performance review process and via LTG’s incentive programmes. LTG provides employees with information about its activities through regular briefings and other media. LTG operates a number of bonus and sales commission, and share option schemes to incentivise and retain employees, recruit new talent and to encourage a strong ownership culture among employees.

LTG endeavours to ensure that the working environment is safe and conducive to healthy, safe and content employees who are able to balance work and family commitments. The Group has a Health and Safety at Work policy which is reviewed regularly by the Board. The Board Executive Director responsible for health and safety is the CFO. The Group is committed to the health and safety of its employees, clients, sub-contractors and others who may be affected by the Group’s work activities. LTG evaluates the risks to health and safety in the business and manages this through a Health and Safety Management System. The Group provides the necessary information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure that employees are able to discharge their duties effectively. The Health and Safety Management System used by the Group ensures compliance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements and internal standards, and seeks continuous improvement to develop health and safety performance.

LTG operates a Corporate Social Responsibility agenda that encourages employees to be involved in their local communities. In 2017, the Group supported charitable activities by staff which raised a total of £4,000 (2016: £4,000) and made charitable contributions totalling £24,000 during the year (2016: £35,000).

The Group has, with other leading companies in the industry, set up an industry-wide charity foundation, Learn Appeal, and is an active contributor to its activities. Learn Appeal has developed the Learn Appeal Capsule, a small stand-alone unit that includes a content library, LMS and Wi-Fi with up to 1km range. The device can be used in remote parts of the world without Internet connectivity to allow up to 250 users to simultaneously access learning materials.

LTG’s policy with regard to the environment is to ensure that we understand, and effectively manage, the actual and potential environmental impact of our activities. The Group’s operations are conducted in such a way that compliance is maintained with legal requirements relating to the environment in areas where the Group conducts its business.

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