Contribute to the well-being of community as a good corporate citizen.
UAT incorporates corporate social responsibility (CSR) into the workplace for employees to reciprocate to the society with UAT in interacting with stakeholders in different perspectives.
By having all employees' implementation, UAT aims to become a company that is admired and trusted by the society.
Aiming at arousing employee awareness for a healthy life, UAT encourages sports including badminton, basketball, table tennis, and tennis by actively organizing sports activities, friendly matches, and trainings among stakeholders. Sports provide opportunities to maintain fitness and work-life balance while facilitating team spirit and sense of belonging.
To promote the vision in building a united and harmonious society amongst employees, UAT fosters the integration of corporate volunteerism with NGO partnership to support the children and youth, elderly, rehabilitation, and ethnic minority, building a cohesive society with stakeholder collaboration and sustainability.
Throughout the years, UAT has established cohesive, penetrated relationships with NGOs in upholding CSR projects. By organizing voluntary activities regarding company skills and employees' interests such as career workshops in technology industry, sports trainings, and environment and cultural trips, volunteerism has been built continually towards our CSR vision – reciprocating to the society with employees together.
To encourage more small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to carry out CSR, the Hong Kong Council of Social Service has aligned seven SMEs to be the founding members of the Caring SME Alliance aiming at sharing experience and promoting participation in CSR and UAT is one of the founding members.
The Caring SME Alliance is a new initiative to draw the expertise of a small think tank from SMEs of the Caring Company Scheme, to promote further the spirit of CSR, community investment, and sustainability to other SMEs who have not started CSR. The four objectives include SMEs education, sharing of good practices, promoting CSR to both SMEs and public, and research and advocacy.