Tegma participates as an agent in the socioeconomic development of the communities in which it operates and in several others, supporting initiatives related to social, elderly support, cultural and sports. The Company supports 40 institutions that promote social well-being and improve society’s quality of life.
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Since 2019 we have joined the Citizen Company Program, Federal Government Program. The Citizen Company Program is designed to extend the duration of maternity leave for sixty days and for fifteen days, in addition to the five already established, the duration of paternity leave.
The purpose of the seal is to recognize and value individuals and companies that supported and developed social actions in conjunction with the Social Fund for Solidarity of the city of São Bernardo do Campo.
At the end of 2019, TEGMA achieved the Great Place To Work (GPTW) certification. The certification reinforces the company’s commitment to promoting a work environment that values human capital, enhancing its ability to deliver the best services with innovation and competence.
Maintenance of care for children and adolescents with cancer offered free of charge by Casa Ronald ABC. The proposal is to provide full support to families that come from all parts of Brazil to undergo treatment for childhood cancer, summarizing the nature of their actions in offering conditions that maximize the quality of life of their users.
Undertaking the Future – developing young people for the job market: Objective: to encourage the role of adolescents in situations of social vulnerability, reducing their exposure to risks that may interfere with their development plan.
Dental and Physiotherapy Services: Offer qualified dental and physiotherapy services to children and adolescents with cancer at the GRAACC Hospital.
Integral Health: Humanized Assistance for the Health of Children and Adolescents, contributes to the realization of the fundamental rights of children and adolescents undergoing treatment at Pequeno Príncipe Hospital.
The Program aims to combat child sexual exploitation (especially on Brazilian roads), mobilizing all sectors of society. It is part of the Childhood Institution, which, with worldwide operations, is dedicated to the comprehensive protection of children and youth. It is an initiative from Queen Silvia of Sweden. It also meets the requirement of SAASMAQ (DLI Chemicals certification).
Social Inclusion through Dance: it is essential to comply with socio-educational measures and the inclusion of special children and adolescents, so that, through the dance experience, they can release true and direct expressions of repressed feelings, enabling the development of an adult that is aware of what they express and represent through their bodies.
Tegma has helped the Red Cross by providing PPE, machinery (for pallets) and sider for moving products to assist the distribution of supplies in combating the impacts of COVID-19 in communities in need.
Entity dedicated to reducing the incidence of STD/HIV/AIDS in the population where it is inserted, especially serves children with the HIV virus, providing care and assistance. It operates in the regions of São Bernardo do Campo and São Paulo.
Renewal to create the Diagnostic Unit for cancer treatment.
The Institution welcomes children in situations of social vulnerability, in spaces with the concept of “casa lar” (home shelter), offering a home, support, protection and development (from zero to 18 years old).
Work in Action: The objective is to promote economic entrepreneurship, strengthening the personal and professional development of young people through the articulation of training opportunities and insertion in the formal labor market, from the perspective of honest work.
Reference Center for Professional Qualification and Inclusion of People with Intellectual Disabilities: Promoting the emancipation of adolescents and young people with intellectual disabilities through access and permanence in the labor market. Increase the employability of people with intellectual disabilities by raising companies’ awareness of the potential of people with disabilities.
Projeto Captação Fundo do Idoso (Funding for the Elderly Project): designed to carry out support programs for the elderly in the areas of education, culture, sports, leisure, health, social assistance and human rights, as well as the generation of work and income, with a view to protecting, defending and guaranteeing rights of the elderly, expressed in the Elderly Statute and the other social rights guaranteed in the Federal Constitution.
The Barretos Cancer Hospital is an institution of reference for the treatment and fight against Cancer in Latin America. The Hospital has 11 units, where an average of 2,272 consultations/day is performed, receiving patients from all over Brazil. The consultations are carried out 100% free of charge; however, due to SUS underfunding, the Hospital depends on an incentive law to cover maintenance expenses, purchase of equipment and professionals who assist in the oncological treatment of the patients.
Projeto Centro de Reabilitação Dr. Bertonni (Dr. Bertonni Rehabilitation Center Project): Revitalization of the current space to become a physical, psycho, social and emotional rehabilitation center. The main activity is Occupational Therapy, where the elderly are offered a set of activities, such as: physiotherapy, psychology and music therapy, which are activities internationally recognized as clinical and regulated in the field of health.
The revival of “Swan Lake” by SPCD – recognized as one of the best dance companies in Latin America – is a guarantee of public success both for thanks to the popularity of the ballet and to the technical virtuosity of the Company’s dancers.
Projeto Armarinho (Small Shelf Project): The Imagination Corner consists of a collection of books and materials for play activities with the objective of spreading the activity of reading and stimulating creativity, as well as expanding the cultural repertoire of children.
Caravana do Circo Teatro Sem Lona (Circo Teatro Sem Lona Caravan): themes “there’s a clown stuck in traffic” “there’s a clown that wastes water”
– 10 presentations of 50 minutes each, and at the end of each one there is a chat with the public;
– 2 debates of 60 minutes each with the public;
– 2 circus arts workshops for children, lasting approximately 3 hours each, for 40 children each.
Caravana Renovarte (Renovarte Caravan): The topics covered are environment and sustainability, through monitors working in 5 different stages of waste production – Sustainability, Preservation, Deforestation and Pollution – leading children to become the defenders of the planet.
Projeto Pró-Biblioteca (Pro-Library Project): aims to encourage literature among the population that uses the collections of public, school and community libraries in the country. Donation of bibliographic collection of 200 reference titles – children, children and youth and literature in general (national and foreign) – contemplating readers of all ages. 5 libraries.
As Aventuras de Pimpa (The Adventures of Pimpa): The project aims to create a children’s play and distribute informative booklets about the theme addressed in it. The story is about a giraffe that seeks, in philosophy, the ethics and virtues to show its experiences in everyday life. 8 presentations and 2,000 booklets were distributed.
Music at Schools: The Project has held recitals of Classical and Popular instrumental music in the following Municipalities of Santa Catarina, for students, teachers, parents of students, civil servants and the community in general, especially for students from public schools. The recitals will be free and open to the public. 95 recitals were performed with songs performed on Classical Guitar, Piano, Violins, Orchestra Viola, Cello, Orchestral Double Bass and Chamber Orchestra.
Initiative exclusively aimed at the main premise of the Company’s social responsibility actions: improving the quality of public education in the communities surrounding Tegma. It encourages commitment to public schools, stimulating volunteering and the role of young people and the community so that there is mobilization and understanding of the role as agents of change.
Through an interactive theatrical show, children are encouraged to reflect on issues related to sustainable energy. With an exciting story told by scientists, children will learn about solutions such as access to energy availability and efficiency to achieve the Millennium Development goals. 9 presentations.
The UNIBES projects aim to work with communities in need and in vulnerable situations. They work with education and care for childhood, professionalization of young people and social centers for the elderly.
Training to Include: Training of 240 teachers from the Public Teaching Network and distribution of 1,500 books.
Leva Viola (Take the Viola): The project provides for musical concerts in which the repertoire is predominantly “Moda de Viola”. The musical influences of the presentations include Almir Sater, Tião Carreiro, Hermeto Paschoal and Sérgio Reis.
Locomativa (Locomotive) (conductor Rogerio Schuindt): The aim is to promote social inclusion / formation of a children and youth orchestra / to create and maintain a music academy. Inserted in communities with families in high social vulnerability situation, the initiative offers music lessons free of charge, five times a week, always taught during school hours. Through education, art and culture, Locomotiva seeks to expand the potential of young people and promote greater access to cultural goods. 126 students in Santo André and 50 in Mauá.
Culture as Conflict Mediator: The project consists of conducting a workshop that proposes to insert culture as a mediator of conflicts. Having theater as the guiding axis, through Debate-theater, a technique inspired by the Forum Theater of Augusto Boal. Counterpart: 3 nights for 2018 to be presented at SIPAT and Forte. And in an activity in an institution in the region chosen by the company.
Projeto Oficinas 4 (The Oficinas 4 Project): is the continuation of the Oficinas Project, from Oficina dos Menestréis, an initiative that has been supported by the Cultural Incentive Law – Rouanet Law since 2009, and aims to promote social inclusion and the formation of audiences by making musical theater activities accessible to anyone.
Art at School: Teaching quality art in all schools in Brazil, because we need creative and innovative professionals. Continuing education for teachers in basic education.
Cultural Community Gymkhana: The project has held, in public municipal and state schools, the Community Cultural Gymkhana, allowing the creation of culturally usable spaces in the contemplated regions, in addition to greater integration between children, youth, parents, teachers and other members of the community.
Promote the practice of physical activities in the community, encouraging the practice of sports.
A marathon athlete, he dedicates his sports events in favor of institutions in need that take care of the health of children (with serious diseases). It also seeks to create a positive feeling from overcoming challenges you set for yourself.
APADV: For over eleven years, it is one of the main sports entities to develop work with Paralympic modalities in the state of São Paulo. Its main activity is in the promotion of Blind Soccer, Goalball and Athletics aimed for the visually impaired. It also aims to promote participation in the main events of the sport in the national territory and, simultaneously to this, the project also seeks to develop citizenship and promote, as a protagonist, the integral formation of the human being.
At the end of 2019, the TEGMA obtained the Great Place To Work (GPTW) certification. The certification reinforces the company’s commitment to promoting a work environment that values human resources, enhancing its ability to deliver the best services with innovation and competence.
Social Responsibility Factsheet
|Is there a publicy stated health and safety code / policy||No|
|Is there a code/policy for suppliers/ business partners?||Yes|
|Turnover rate (last 3 years)||2018: 18.6%
2019: 22.0% 2020: 11.0%
|Investment in the community as a percentage of the company’s net profit (2020)?||0.7%|
|Does the company have a diversity statement in its HR Code or Policy||No|
|Is there a policy on gender inclusion in the workforce and diversity in hiring?||Currently, there is no official policy addressing this issue. The company’s guidelines state that the talent search process should be egalitarian and fair, which is an item that is also included in our code of conduct.|
|Compliance with the minimum wage||The company respects the salary bases defined by the category and the determinations provided for in specific legislation, whether Federal, State or Municipal. The company has a remuneration policy to balance the internal and external scenario.|
|Measures taken to prevent modern slavery||The company maintains internal controls in accordance with current legislation and leadership management practices to comply with the workday, respecting intra-day rest and resting times between working hours, as well as vacation time.|
|Is the Company aware of legal or administrative actions arising from practices involving forced or compulsory labor and/or child labor that may have been filed against any of its suppliers?||No|
|Has the Company suffered legal or administrative actions resulting from practices involving forced or compulsory labor and/or child labor, in its own operations?||No|
|Proper training of staff, especially junior members||The company offers training for all levels (technical and behavioral). 4.87 hours of staff training in 2020.|