Mindtree’s sustainability approach is built on business practices across the nine principles stated in the National Voluntary Guidelines (NVG) on social environmental and economic responsibilities of business, released by the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs. This report describes how Mindtree practices sustainability through accountability and governance built on ethical practices. We believe in the values of environmental sustenance and resource conservation. We respect and protect human rights to ensure the well-being of Mindtree Minds and add value to our clients.
The scope of the FY 2013-14 report covers economic parameters across locations globally and social and environmental parameters across locations in India.
The sections covered in this report are mapped to the corresponding NVG principles below:
Our sustainability framework focuses on three themes: people, planet and profit. It is designed to promote transparency, accountability, sound environmental practices and social responsibility.
Our goal is to become a globally admired organization and earn the respect of all our stakeholders - Mindtree Minds and their families, customers, partners, suppliers, vendors, shareholders, communities, government and regulatory bodies.
Engaging with our stakeholders is an integral component of an expertise led organization. We determine material aspects through a rigorous brainstorming process involving key stakeholders within the organization. This, we believe, will provide us with valuable insights and will catalyze continuous improvement. The feedback received through the process of stakeholder engagement is a crucial input into our strategy setting process and defines our actions in the future.