Argus in the community
We take our responsibility to our community seriously. We believe in being good citizens, and in supporting organisations that help people in need in the areas we operate and beyond.
Argus award grants every year to a list of charities nominated by our employees. These are organisations that are close to the hearts of individual staff members. The company will also match donations made by employees who take part in fundraising events, such as triathlons, ultra-marathons, the Tough Mudder endurance run and bake sales. This enables us to support many more charities across diverse interests.
We also participate in externally organised fundraising activities, including events run by the Carl McCain Memorial Foundation, Doctors of the World, the Histiocytosis Association and many others.
Recently supported charities
- Age UK
- ALS Association
- Breast Cancer Haven
- British Red Cross
- Care International
- Children in Crisis
- Committee for the Protection of Journalists
- Doctors of the World
- Friends of Singlegate Primary School Parent-Teacher Association (FOSS-PTA)
- Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity
- Hackney Winter Night Shelter
- International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF)
- Islington Boat Club
- Mary's Meals
- Médecins Sans Frontières UK (MSF UK)
- Pete's Dragons
- PSP Association
- Robin Hood
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Save the Children
- The Samaritans
- Workshop Houston
All Argus offices operate recycling policies. We recycle paper, food waste, IT equipment, toner cartridges and batteries among other items.
Argus is an equal opportunity employer and our staff includes people of many nationalities and cultural backgrounds, different ages and genders, and physical abilities.
Argus' gender pay report for 2017 can be viewed here.
We also take steps to ensure that the third parties we work with have proper employment rights and benefits. For example, in our UK offices, Argus requires that contractors pay the London living wage as a minimum to their staff.