Standards and policies
Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. Zenith Global is committed to understanding and addressing environmental impacts including carbon, waste and water resulting from our activities, and to encouraging and supporting environmental responsibility among our employees, clients and suppliers.
Equal opportunities policy
We are an Equal Opportunity employer. We create an environment where everyone has an equal chance to succeed, from our recruitment phase through their career at Zenith Global.
Zenith Global complies with all legal obligations in line with the Code of Practice on Racial Equality in employment and also the Equal Opportunities Commission Code of Practice and the Equality Act 2010. Download a copy of our Equal Opportunities policy statement.
Health and safety
At Zenith Global we are committed to providing a high level of health and safety for our staff, clients, sub-consultants and contractors wherever we work. Upon joining the company, all employees are trained in our health and safety management system, where they take responsibility for their own and their colleagues’ safety.
Zenith Global complies with all legal obligations for site health and safety standards across our regions and, where appropriate, we take measures to exceed local standards. Download a copy of our health and safety policy statement.
Quality is fundamental to everything we do at Zenith Global and our goal is to exceed all expectations. Our customers rely on the quality of our market data and consultancy work to make major strategic business decisions.
Zenith Global is certified to ISO 9001:2008, operating a Quality Management System to ensure that all our work is of exceptional quality. Download a copy of our ISO 9001:2008 certificate.
UN Global Compact
Zenith Global is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact. Since its formation in 1991, Zenith Global has always sought to conduct its business to the highest standards of professionalism, service and ethics. We strongly believe that firms should sign up to and act on certain common principles, both in their local communities and on a wider scale.