EXL publishes second annual Sustainability Report
Central to this is our newly established effort to seek to become a net zero emissions business by 20451, with an interim goal to reduce absolute Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by approximately two-thirds by 20352. In setting this goal, EXL has set a plan in motion to reengineer its operations to maximize efficiency and reduce waste across its global enterprise.
Notable ESG milestones acknowledged in the Sustainability Report include reaching 39% company-wide female representation and 65% racial and ethnic diversity3 in the management team4. Additionally, the company’s COVID-19 upskilling initiative, which is focused on developing talent from within the organization, reached 4,500+ employees and provided 800,000+ hours of learning and development. EXL continued its targeted community engagement strategy with its global “Skills to Win” initiative collaborating with nearly 2,500 people to acquire market-relevant skills and the “Education as a Foundation” initiative impacting more than 2,700 students in 2020, helping them to build data, analytics, and life skills.
The Sustainability Report has been prepared in accordance with the
EXL (NASDAQ: EXLS) is a global analytics and digital solutions company that partners with clients to improve business outcomes and unlock growth. Bringing together deep domain expertise with robust data, powerful analytics, cloud, and AI, we create agile, scalable solutions and execute complex operations for the world’s leading corporations in industries including insurance, healthcare, banking and financial services, media, and retail, among others. Focused on driving faster decision-making and transforming operating models, EXL was founded on the core values of innovation, collaboration, excellence, integrity and respect. Headquartered in
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1 Includes Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions.
2 2019 baseline
3 Defined as any group other than White, Non-Hispanic
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