Xerox has released its 2017 Global Citizenship Report that  reveals several of its corporate “2020” sustainability goals for energy, Green House Gas (GHG) emissions, water use and Days-Away- From-Work rates across operations globally.
The report is prepared in accordance with GRI G4 Guidelines and aligns with thenew GRI Reporting Standards issued late 2016. It continues the Xerox legacy of reporting on corporate social responsibility for the 12 th consecutive year.
“Xerox Founder Joe Wilson created an iconic and innovative company that changed the way the world communicates connects and works,” said Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson. “He also established our ethos and a sense of responsibility that resonates within each of us today. I often challenge our people to think about how Xerox can be a positive force for good. I’m amazed every day to hear the stories of giving back, the stories of our customers’ successes thanks to the hard work of Xerox people.”
The 2017 Report on Global Citizenship is organized around corporate governance, reducing energy consumption and emissions, community involvement programs, evolving the workplace, and collaborative workshops to explore the future of their businesses.