Meet Megan, Arcus FM’s Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Apprentice.

At Arcus, we believe that as a business, it is our responsibility to contribute to and support our local communities.

Our Social Value team works to support our wider sustainability goals and a core member of our Social Value team is Megan – Arcus’ first Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Apprentice. See below to find out more about Megan’s role at Arcus:

Hi, I’m Megan and I’m the Social Value Co-ordinator and Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (CR&S) Apprentice here at Arcus.

I was first introduced to corporate responsibility whilst in school, in my GCSE Business class. This is where I started to learn and understand the importance of business ethics but at the time, corporate responsibility and sustainability was still a new and developing concept.

After focusing my studies on psychology, I saw the connection between human behaviour and business behaviour and felt passionate about exploring ways and roles that would allow me to work with these two concepts complementing each other.

By placing a focus on CR&S, we are improving and maintaining positive brand perception from both a customer and employee perspective. We want all those associated with Arcus FM to be proud of their affiliation.

Sustainability is made up of three pillars that support improving quality of life –  environmental, social, and economic.

Within my role and apprenticeship, I focus on ways in which as a business, we are able to contribute within our society. One of the ways in which we do this is by focusing on Arcus’ four chosen under-represented groups; care leavers, those serving or soon to be released from prison, ex-services personnel, and individuals with health conditions and supporting them back into work alongside our social value partners.

We recently reported that within the last fiscal year, from within our chosen groups, we were able to offer 72 people employment.

Another aspect of my role is managing our ‘Arcus in the Community’ initiative, where our colleagues are encouraged to nominate charities, organisations, and clubs to receive support from Arcus, whether that be a monetary donation or labour work.

As I progress through the CR&S apprenticeship, I look forward to introducing new initiatives that allow us to further our capacity to work within our communities and contribute to our Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) score.

Arcus is committed to ethical business and I’m proud to be a part of these activities.



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