Corporate sustainable development requires the integration of economic progress, social development and environmental concerns with the objective of ensuring a quality of life for future generations that is at least as good as today's
At McGuff, we want to be a company that is known for its leadership in corporate ethics responsibility and sustainability. We want a company where employees are proud to work, and our customers, partners and suppliers are excited to do business with us. Our values are the foundation of everything we do. We foster an environment that is open and transparent.
Sustainable development is a necessity and is an investment that creates value and secures our future
Sustainability also describes the synergy among meeting the needs of our customers, building our sales and profit, contributing to the prosperity of our employees, stockholders, customers, suppliers and communities
Corporate ethics includes the trust and respect that have always been the cornerstones of McGuff's success. The values that Gilbert John McGuff and Ronald M. McGuff established over 45 years ago are as relevant today as they've ever been:
Corporate sustainability requires continuous improvement to strengthen our performance to meet our goals. Our efforts to achieve sustainability are wide-ranging, thought provoking and will reflect a positive influence on our company, employees, families and community.
McGuff believes business excellence begins with managing the organization and achieving results, based on a set of eight fundamental concepts that bring results:
We are all committed to improving processes in-line with the company’s strategic targets.
We attract and recruit the finest people in the world. We build our organization from within, promoting and rewarding people according to performance. We act on the conviction that the men and women of McGuff will always be our most important asset.
McGuff is built upon business values that expand the concept of value of the firm beyond economic value to include other forms of value such as employee value, customer value, supplier value, channel partner value, alliance partner value, managerial value, and societal value. Many of these forms of value are not directly measured in monetary terms.
McGuff evaluates itself to a set of measures to determine if our pursuit of business excellence has been effective. We assess ourselves by using internal measures focusing on; proper processes, checks, testing, and external measures.