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Green Initiatives

7.3 / 10

(based on 32 ratings in 2015)


"We have a green committee who organise not only initiatives within the office, but also help the docklands community with cleaning up the area, etc."
Graduate, Dublin
"Recycling is encouraged and employees are encouraged to reduce their carbon emissions in relation to travel."
Graduate, Dublin
"The bike to work scheme is available and recycling is both available and encouraged in all office areas. Each employee is given two charity days to be used during the year: for beach cleans, volunteering at animal centres or teaching children, etc."
Graduate, Dublin
"Recycling bins are available throughout the office. As a technology company we use very little paper as everything is soft copy."
Graduate, Dublin
"Accenture has recycling initiatives. It actively promotes employees to take part in green schemes and offers charity days to help with this."
Graduate, Dublin/Newbridge
"At every tea station and restaurant there are three bins - general waste, compost and recycling. All rooms are set up so that the lights don't stay on if no one is in the room. While I personally think that they could always do more, but they're pretty good."
Graduate, Dublin
"There is a strong eco-friendly ethos at Accenture, including the opportunity to volunteer to work on environmental projects."
Graduate, Dublin/Warwick


"Recycling is encouraged and so is reducing waste."
Graduate, Dublin
"The company runs smart spending initiatives that save money and protect the environment."
Consulting, Graduate, Dublin
"The company continually promote recycling and being green in the office and on regular newsletters."
Consulting, Graduate, Dublin
"In our offices, they are continually trying to improve everyone's green credentials."
Graduate, Dublin
"The company has made an investment in virtual meetings to reduce flights and travel expenses."
Graduate, Dublin
Consulting, Graduate, Dublin / London
"Signage, emails, dedicated refuse points."
Graduate, Dublin
"Some examples of actions to reduce carbon footprint: many people are encouraged to stay in one location and dial-in remotely for meetings overseas. There is also a cycle-to-work scheme and employees can also buy incentivised smart travel cards to encourage the use of public transport."
Midlevel, Dublin
"Green initiatives include: different types of recycling bins everywhere, Accenture 'keep cups' so we can reuse them, etc."
Technology, Graduate, Dublin
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