At a Glance

We continue to build on the groundwork we established in 2016, advancing our efforts across key areas: supporting our communities, creating a dynamic and diverse workforce, managing our environmental footprint and ensuring a strong governance structure. We also underlined our commitment to corporate responsibility with the publication of new environmental and human rights policies and by establishing group-wide corporate responsibility goals.

Goals


By January 1, 2019, Omnicom will offer sexual harassment training

to 100% of its full-time, regular employees in the United States and require such employees to be trained within 3 months of their hire date and every 2 years thereafter.


Reduce energy use 20% per person globally by 2023,

using a 2015 baseline.


Increase use of electricity from renewable sources

globally to 20% by 2023.


Develop Supplier Code of Conduct by 2020.


By January 1, 2020, Omnicom will offer business ethics and/or anti-bribery training

to 100% of its full-time, regular employees worldwide and require such employees to be trained within 3 months of their hire date and every 2 years thereafter.

Performance Highlights

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Reduced GHG emissions by 10.1%

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Purchased 10.1% of total electricity from renewable resources

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54% of U.S. officials and managers are women


policies

Policies

Omnicom recently revised its Code of Business Conduct and created a new Human Rights and Environmental Policy.

Commitment to UNGC and SDG 4

un-global-compact

Omnicom became a signatory to the United Nation's Global Compact in 2016, committing to the world's largest voluntary corporate sustainability initiative.

learn more about UNGC
quality-education

As part of our commitment to Common Ground, Omnicom is working towards Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.

learn more about SDG 4