One Way takes its responsibilities for CSR very seriously. As a company committed to values of trust, honesty and mutual respect with our clients and candidates, we recognise that these values must also underpin our actions and behaviours in the broader communities in which we operate.

Over the past decade we have grown rapidly to become a leading recruitment company, and in that time we have supported numerous local charities and community activities.

As we look forward to our next ten years of growth and development, we have decided to put our CSR commitments on a more formal foundation.

Working with our colleagues in each of our regions, we are selecting a range of local charities we wish to support.

Southampton

Cash for Kids is a charity set up by South Coast radio station Wave 105. It helps disadvantaged local children take part in music, art and sports activities that build self-confidence, spark imaginations and encourage healthy lifestyles.

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Liverpool

The Liverpool Women's Charity Neonatal Fund supports research into the causes and treatment of illness in newborn and premature babies, and conditions affecting the unborn child.

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Uxbridge

CLIC Sargent is the UK's leading charity for children and young people living with cancer. It provides clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to help them and their families cope with cancer and get the most out of life.

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Hampshire

HampshireXT is a tough cross-training event held in Southampton that tests strength, speed and endurance. It attracts some of the region's best athletes, and raises funds for the Help for Heroes charity.

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Supporting our clients' CSR commitments

CSR is an increasingly important part of any construction or engineering project. One Way's services and processes are designed to help our clients meet their own obligations, including:

  • Employing workers from the local area.
  • Taking on people from underprivileged backgrounds.
  • Training operatives in relevant, saleable skills.
  • Offering a certain number of apprenticeships.