Cubic has joined a global group of organizations aiming to promote corporate sustainability in line with the United Nations.
The company said Monday it will work with co-members of the UN Global Compact, UN agencies and affiliated communities to implement sustainability with respect to labor, environment, anti-corruption and human rights.
“We are very pleased to join the leading global sustainability community to further our commitment to corporate responsibility,” said Bradley Feldmann, chairman, president and CEO at Cubic and a former Wash100 winner.
Cubic plans to present its corporate responsibility efforts in a system designed to help employees build user-focused offerings that support the areas of environment, social and human capital, corporate governance and supply chain.
The UN Global Compact consists of almost 10K participants from across 135 nations.