We are a part of our communities at work, at home, and in the world.
We don’t work in isolation. Every piece of our lives intersects with and impacts the work we do.
At Rizing, our employees across the globe take part in a number of different initiatives relative to the communities in which they live and the passions they embrace.
When it comes to running a socially responsible business, our employees, customers, and partners are important parts of the equation.
Read about our sustainability and environmental policies and see some of the examples of community involvement our teams have engaged in around the world.
It’s Not Just About the Technology
To build a better business and a better world, we need to be part of the solution. At Rizing, we are proud to serve our customers in ways that advance positive social, environmental, and economic outcomes. We are proud to be a strategic partner of SAP, one of the global leaders of sustainable software and services. We continue to be one of the go-to SAP partners when it comes to helping businesses and organizations transform into holistically sustainable operations.
Wine to Water
Wine to Water is an organization that is committed to supporting life and dignity for all through the power of clean water. Rizing’s involvement with Wine to Water began over eight years ago when Rizing’s President of Consumer Industries came across Doc’s CNN Hero Video.
Since 2018, our Consumer Industries team has undertaken a Wine to Water filter-build event during annual meetings.
Read more: Rizing team gives back with contributions to Wine to Water
Els for Autism
Els for Autism is a game-changing resource, delivering and facilitating programs that are leading examples of what can be available to people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
The foundation offers innovative, evidence-based programs for families and individuals across the life-span in six focus areas: education, research, global support, recreation services, adult services and therapy services.
Rizing is a proud supporter of the Els for Autism annual golf challenge.
R U OK?
R U OK? is a an Australia-based charity based on the idea that one conversation could change a life.
Their mission is to inspire and empower people to meaningfully connect with those in their world and lend support when they are struggling with life.
Our employees in our Asia Pacific region embraced this challenge with videos and conversations. Watch our employees in action here and here.
Investing in Our Future
Students need real-world work experiences to test their theoretical knowledge. Rizing has a long-standing relationship with universities worldwide, providing internships, guest lectures, and opportunities for case studies. In 2020 we launched various initiatives in EMEA for and with students. In North America, our university program brings students to learn our business and provide fresh perspectives. These students feed our talent pipeline and a great deal of relevant output and insights are provided by the student which we use to improve our work.
At Rizing we are ever conscious of our impact on the environment. As a global team, we employ all the tools at our disposal in Microsoft Office – beyond Outlook, sharing files through MS Teams, and SharePoint. In our business operations, we maintain data in SAP SuccessFactors, SAP S/4HANA Cloud, and Cloud for Customer – optimizing cloud for storage and communications across all of our activities.
We encourage employees to lower the impact on the environment with QR codes for business cards and digital assets available for customers.
Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
We’re not perfect – but we are motivated to create a safe workplace where all voices are heard and opportunities are equally shared. Our Culture Champions – a group of volunteer employees across the globe – lead the way with education, special interest groups, book clubs, and more.
Our Women in IT group hosts virtual gatherings of employees worldwide. And our own employees shared their stories on our Rizing blog for Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. Read more.