I want to work with corporate responsibility at Telenor. What do I do?
All recruiting is done locally. Please find challenging positions in our Business Units worldwide:Vacant positions
Where can I find the Codes of Conduct and Supplier Conduct Principles (SCP) of Telenor Group?
This is a part of our governance and you will find the documents here:Codes of Conduct
Supply chain monitoring
What kind of improvements has been made within the supply chain of Telenor?
Telenor has taken actions to improve HSSE standards across the chain of suppliers. Read more about our continuous improvements in the supply chain monitoring:Supply Chain Sustainability
What is the status on the “Bangladesh-issue”?
The 2008 disclosure of hazardous working conditions, pollution and underage labour at the tower-producing suppliers in Bangladesh, became a wakeup call for Telenor. Read more about the measures and actions taken:Improving HSSE Standards
Where can I find the latest key figures related to corporate responsibility in the Telenor Group?
You will find the latest available figures on our performance on the social and environmental issues that are material to the Telenor Group here:Key Figures
What kind of contribution is Telenor doing in the local communities where you operate?
The Telenor Group is committed to engage in the local communities where we operate. Take a look at our latest initiatives in our operations worldwide:Initiatives Worldwide
Environment and climate
What are the main ambitions of Telenor Group in combating Climate Change?
Telenor will reduce the CO2 emission intensity of its global operations by 40 % till 2017 compared with 2008 levels. Through its services Telenor will enable customers to reduce their CO2 emissions, energy usage and generate sustainable revenue streams. More about what we do in this field:Enviroment and Climate
How does Telenor help its customers to recycle old handsets?
Telenor Group introduced its global scheme for collecting used mobile phones. The programme called “Old Phone, New Life” helps the customers to either recycle or prolong the life of their old phones.During 2009, several mobile recycling programmes (both global and local) have been launched throughout the Group. Read more about the different recycling programmes here:Mobile Recycling Programmes in the Telenor Group