As F5 continues to grow, we’re working to improve our focus on policies and procedures that ensure we continue to operate in a responsible way. From environmental impacts to diversity and inclusion, our CSR efforts cover a broad range of business impacts. We anticipate the release of our corporate social responsibility report covering fiscal years 2017 and 2018 in Spring, 2019
At F5, we strive to create a work environment of trust, respect, and inclusion. During 2018, we implemented a new approach to inclusion to ensure F5 is a great place for all our employees. Fairness and inclusivity are central to how we operate. Our 2017-2018 CSR reporting cycle is just kicking off. In that report we will discuss our metrics and programs in more depth. The following is a brief overview of our efforts and initiatives to create a more diverse and inclusive F5.
Further information, including program updates and a more thorough look at our numbers will be available in our 2017-2018 CSR report, due out in spring, 2019. Our most current EEO-1 report can be found here.
Read the Diversity and Inclusion Update Overview, 2017-2018
F5 Networks believes all people are entitled to free, safe, and healthy living and working environments. This commitment not only includes our own employees, suppliers, and business partners. In pursuit of these standards, F5 has been working to ensure our company and supply chain meet the requirements set in our code of conduct. Each year F5 surveys our manufacturing suppliers to determine risk of human trafficking, and levels of adoption of processes and codes of conduct, ranging from the EICC (now RBI) to OHSAS 18000.
Read the full F5 Networks UK Modern Slavery Statement, 2018
2017 Form SD and Conflict Minerals Report
Get the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT)
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