E-Frontiers are delighted to share that we have achieved the status of being carbon neutral.

We worked together with www.climatepartners.com to neutralise our carbon emissions by taking on carbon offset projects.

 

Calculate, reduce, offset – these are the crucial steps that need to be taken to tackle climate change.

CALCULATE: The starting point for any climate action starts with the calculation: A company that knows its carbon footprint also knows which parts of its business cause emissions and how high the emissions are. A carbon footprint helps companies to understand which areas have the greatest potential for change.

For us at E-Frontiers, the largest proportion of our carbon footprint was on the mode of transport used in our work commute, our energy use both in the office and when working from home, company flights, and the type of laptop used.

REDUCE -We endeavoured to make positive changes where possible and reduced non-essential travel, changed some patterns of energy consumption, and switched away from using desktops in favour of more energy-efficient laptops.

OFFSET PROJECT – Clean Oceans, Plastic Bank, Worldwide

This is the offset project E-Frontiers focused on. Over 8 million tons of plastic waste end up in the sea every year. Especially in developing countries that often lack infrastructure for proper waste disposal.

The aim of this project is to reduce ocean plastic while improving the lives of those who are most affected. In Haiti, Indonesia, Brazil, and the Philippines, people collect plastic waste. At local collection points, they can exchange it for money, food, drinking water, or even school fees. The project makes sure that less plastic ends up in the sea. Instead, it is recycled and turned into so-called Social Plastic, which serves as raw material for new products such as packaging.

Carbon neutral E-FrontiersCarbon offset projects contribute to combating global warming by demonstrably saving greenhouse gases. These projects can range from forest conservation, reforestation, or the development of renewable energy. In addition, carbon offset projects promote sustainable development in the project countries, for example by improving access to clean drinking water, expanding local infrastructure, creating jobs, or preserving biodiversity.

Carbon offset projects must satisfy internationally recognized criteria. projects are certified and audited according to strict standards. One of the most important requirements is that these projects are additional climate action measures and that their contribution to carbon reduction is clearly measurable.

At E-Frontiers, we made small changes. Everybody. Every day.

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These have become the rules we live by as a company. Every small change matters. All companies can play their part to help achieve this common global goal for humanity. We at E-Frontiers will continue to work hard in 2023 to lower our carbon emissions and expand on our climate actions.

Visit www.climatepartners.com for more details.

Being a recruitment company, e-Frontiers is aware of our importance in supporting talent in their career paths and providing high-skilled human resources for companies in various industries. Our focus is built around the following five core values in everything we do.

Showing respect

Respect is the foundation of a healthy relationship. When engaging with clients in relation to their requirements or listening to our candidates’ wishes, the respect we show to both sides enables us to give the right support to all sides throughout the recruitment process.

Winning together

Our “winning together” value drives us to focus on the quality of our services to benefit all parties. Our candidates have been interviewed and selected by our recruitment experts to ensure that they are best suited to the requirements of employers. This helps in-house HR teams and hiring managers save time in searching and screening the right candidates. The people at e-Frontiers are not just “headhunters”, they are a partner to both job-hunters and companies.

Resilience

The resilience value helps us to constantly develop in the recruitment market. e-Frontiers are willing to change, adapt and build agile teams and processes. It allows us to not only respond quickly to challenging situations at any stage of the recruitment process.

Responsiveness

Along with our practical knowledge in technology and business fields, we understand that in recruitment, quality responsiveness is an integral part – quality and accurate response is as important as a speedy one. With our up-to-date tools and our personal touch via our experienced recruiters, we are confident to offer positive and on-time responses to our clients and candidate requests.

Positive energy

e-Frontiers was established and operated by genuine and passionate people, with domain expertise in all resource requirements we are working on. We have built up a team of employees with a “can-do” attitude. This value radiates energy to everyone in the recruitment process This honest, positive energy spreads and contributes to the success of our partners, clients and candidates.

 

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you are looking for a job or talent to hire.

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e-Frontiers values

In 2016, Patrick‘s friends were working for the Red Cross in Ireland helping build an application for the homeless. They required an IT resource and asked e-Frontiers to help find professional IT engineers to join the team. John O’Neill successfully placed a great person free of charge for this important role in building the app for the Red Cross in Ireland.

We continue to work with the Red Cross in Ireland by supporting refugees and asylum seekers to get into the job market once they have been approved by the Irish Government.

 

https://registerofpledges.redcross.ie/#/

Red Cross website

e-Frontiers Red Cross in Ireland

The e-Frontiers partnership with Wicklow GAA commenced in June 2015. We are specifically supporting their u16 Development squad via the Garden County Academy (GCA). The GCA was set-up to provide the Wicklow stars of the future with best in class game development opportunities. This includes coaching, strength and conditioning, nutrition and life coaching.

The GCA initiative is a determined and organised group with ambition. e-Frontiers are delighted to be assisting in developing their players with the aim of maximizing the potential within the county.

As proud sponsors of the Garden County Academy (GCA) U16 squads we are assisting talent and building the foundation for future success

More information:

Garden County Academy Website

Garden County Academy on Twitter

Garden County Academy on Facebook

e-Frontiers Wicklow GAA

e-Frontiers has been committed to the Diversity Charter of Ireland since joining in 2017. The Diversity Charter of Ireland is about promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.

 

Through the Diversity Charter of Ireland, we commit to effective diversity management, the prevention of discrimination, and the promotion of equality in the workplace.

We are proud to have over 15 nationalities speaking over 20 languages. On the e-Frontiers boat, 59% of our workforce is female.

https://www.equalitystrategies.com/diversity-charter-ireland/

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Equal opportunities in Ireland supported by Open Doors Initiative

e-Frontiers has always recognised the importance of having a positive influence on social, economic and environmental factors. We have planned and implemented some corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs for many years which aim to involve e-Frontiers in meaningful activities for our society. Our CSR journey started by way of becoming the main sponsors of Thurles Sarsfield GAA club and Wicklow GAA Garden Academy, both of whom mean allot to e-Frontiers. As we continue to grow so does our desire to make an impact outside of sport as part of our CSR strategy. A natural partnership is now in place with the Red Cross of Ireland and the Open Doors Initiative.

e-Frontiers was the 15th member of the Open Doors Initiative which was launched in September 2018. The numbers grow fast. There are 23 company members and many more supporting partners.

Equal opportunities in Ireland supported by Open Doors Initiative

So why did we join the Open Doors Initiative?

It was a very simple decision really and becoming a member of the Open Doors Initiative was a very natural choice for e-Frontiers. As with most Irish companies, our staff come from a wide range of backgrounds just like the 3 demographics that the ODI aims to help. Our commitment to the ODI is to support long-term youth unemployed, refugees and asylum seekers and people with disabilities on their journey to try and enter into employment. As a career support company, we will do our best to make a change in their lives and community.

At the Open Doors Initiative, e-Frontiers is a key member and the first point of contact for candidates who apply through the website https://www.opendoorsinitiative.ie/. With over 14 years of experience as helping companies and candidates within the IT, Business and Medical realms, we commit to helping Open Door Initiative candidates by reviewing their CV, improving it, forwarding to appropriate employers, giving advice and supporting them along the application and interview process. We are also trying to be strong advocates for this initiative as we continue to spread the word through our clients, partners and connections. For instance, our partner ICON Accounting has recently become a member of the Open Doors Initiative and together we continue to support people.

Equal opportunities in Ireland supported by Open Doors Initiative

We believe that a small-scale enterprise with big intentions can create a great change in society.

Please come and talk to us and we can share our stories from our involvement in the Open Doors Initiative and trust us that this is something that is extremely rewarding for companies – no matter how big or small we can make a difference.

On 8 and 9 May, the e-Frontiers team in Madrid participated in the Global Robot Expo to experience the extraordinary development of artificial intelligence and robotics. It was a great chance for us to expand our network and catch up with new technological knowledge.

The Global Robot Expo in Madrid was an international exhibition on robotics, related technologies, and innovation that was kicked off for the first time in IFEMA in April 2018 and continued this year in May 2019. The GR-EX featured the latest advancements in Industry 4.0, Service Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Smart Technologies, Drones & Aerospace, Educational Technologies, Healthcare Technologies, and 3D Printing. There were more than 2,009 visitors visiting more than 100 booths and 30 conferences operated by top international speakers from all over the world.

e-Frontiers is known as an active recruitment company in Ireland for more than 12 years. We have expanded our operations across the US, the UK and other European countries with 5 offices based in developed cities: Dublin, New York, London, Madrid and Bucharest. We consider our e-Frontiers Madrid as a start-up with young, well experienced and dynamic recruiters. e-Frontiers Madrid has participated in IT meetups and some big technological events in Spain such as Python events… to generate and maintain our connections with talent in IT and help them make a move in their career following the main mission of e-Frontiers.

Our team were happy to welcome and talk to visitors coming over to our booth at the Global Robot Expo 2019 and playing a fun game with us. There is a quiz regarding IT development knowledge with big awards for winners.

Jesús Meneses luckily won the draw and received the special award from us which was a flight voucher valued up to €150. Jorge Herrero was excellent when getting 100/100 of the quiz and won a €50 Amazon voucher. Leonardo Cardinale got 90/100 and received another Amazon voucher of €25. Irene with her third-highest score got a €15 Amazon voucher.

We hope everyone enjoyed the event with us and look forward to seeing you at the next event.