H1 Communication AB is an owner-led company whose focus is on a long-term approach, growth and profitability. We see the bigger picture – an enterprise must be sustainable in the long term from several points of view. Our definition of sustainable enterprise is based on three components:
H1 Communication must carry on long-term business with healthy profitability. We endeavour not to take unnecessary business risks in order to guarantee long-term, stable relationships with our clients. For example, that means that we always endeavour to ensure that agreements and contracts contain sound business conditions and levels of guarantees for both parties. H1 must act on the basis of strict business morality, integrity and business ethics. We must act transparently towards our clients to ensure that we comply with business agreements. We must always work proactively to eliminate all forms of corruption, which refers to everyone in our business relationships: clients, customers, suppliers and employees.
H1 Communications’ main resource is all its employees. By carrying out systematic work on job satisfaction, commitment and energy according to the Happy philosophy, we want all employees to feel comfortable and to carry out their work in a sustainable way. We endeavour to be a flexible, considerate workplace at all times in order to provide our employees with the best possible conditions for a sustainable working life.
We carry out work a continuous basis to reduce our environmental stressors to ensure that H1 assumes responsibility for a sustainable future. H1 has identified a range of environmental stressors where carbon dioxide emissions generated by travel and transportation have proved to have the greatest impact. H1 therefore carries out structured, long-term work to optimise transportation and business travel when it comes to both planning and choice of means of transport. Our work extends beyond our own organisation. When we plan activities, we try to achieve greater efficiency and also plan for our customers’ and external stakeholders’ travel.