… And neither should its financial reward. This is the powerful message conveyed by the recently introduced and updated Equality Plan. A message that Carmen Librero, the company’s first female president in its more than 50 years of history, hopes will highlight Ineco’s engagement and commitment to equal opportunities.
For a number of years now, Ineco has had a professional corporate volunteer programme in collaboration with several NGOs from the Fundación Lealtad: employees put their technical knowledge at the disposal of charitable projects in developing countries in favor of those most in need.
Talks and seminars are among the many initiatives aimed at recognising women in general, and those at Ineco in particular, highlighting the voice and presence of the many professionals who have contributed their talent and efforts to make the company what it is today.
On 25 September 2015, at the historic Sustainable Development Summit in New York, world leaders adopted a set of global goals to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all over the coming years (2015-2030) as part
of a new Sustainable Development Agenda.