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Impact Sourcing Challenge

The Global Impact Sourcing Coalition is calling on its members to hire 100,000 impact workers by the end of 2020.

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The Impact Sourcing Challenge is the first of its kind to specifically focus on escalating impact sourcing as a way to increase employment and career development opportunities for disadvantaged workers.

The Challenge is aimed at responsible businesses seeking to positively transform employees' lives through their procurement and hiring practices. The Challenge is registered on the United Nations' global registry of voluntary commitments and multi-stakeholder partnerships and is seen as the largest official commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goal 8 and inclusive job creation.



Company Pledges


Aegis logo

300

Aegis South Africa, a business services provider, pledges to hire 300 new impact workers in South Africa by 2020.



AutonomyWorks logo

50

AutonomyWorks Inc., a marketing operations company with a social mission, pledges to hire 50 new impact workers in the United States by 2020.



Daproim logo

1000

Daproim Africa, an impact sourcing service provider, pledges to hire 1,000 new impact workers in Kenya by 2020.



DDD logo

500

Digital Divide Data, a BPO provider with a social model, pledges to hire 500 new Impact Workers in the US, Kenya, Cambodia and Laos by 2020.



Isahit logo

3350

Isahit, a digital Impact Sourcing platform company, pledges to hire 3,350 new impact workers by 2020.



PeopleShores RuralShores logo

4000

PeopleShores, a pureplay Impact Sourcing social enterprise, pledges to hire 1,000 new impact workers in the United States, and RuralShores will hire an additional 3,000 impact workers in India by 2020.



Pixelz logo

300

Pixelz, an image editing software and service provider, has pledged to hire 300 impact workers in Southeast Asia by 2020.



Regenesys logo

500

Regenesys BPO, an offshore ethical sourcing business process company, pledges to hire 500 new impact workers in the Philippines, Cambodia, and Nepal by 2020.



Samasource logo

2000

Samasource, a social enterprise that provides BPO services, has pledged to hire 2,000 impact workers in Kenya, Uganda, India  by 2020.



Techno Brain logo

800

Techno Brain pledges to hire 800 new impact workers across Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia by 2020.



Teleperformance logo

10000

Teleperformance, an omnichannel customer experience management company, pledges to hire 10,000 new impact workers across their global operations by 2020.



Trizma logo

90

Trizma, key provider of BPO services with multilingual capacity in South East Europe, pledges to hire 90 impact workers by 2020.



Webhelp logo

400

WebHelp SA, a BPO company, pledges to hire 400 new impact workers in South Africa by 2020.




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GISC is calling on its members to hire 100,000 new impact workers by the end of 2020.


“The Challenge marks GSIC's public commitment to helping deliver the United Nations Sustainable Development (SDG) Goals 8 and 10.”

  • SDG 8: To promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all
  • SDG 10: To reduce inequality within and among countries

Why Companies Should Take the Challenge

  • Leadership: Demonstrate leadership and gain visibility for your company’s commitment to Impact Sourcing
  • SDGs: Contribute to SDG 8 ‘Decent work and economic growth’ and SDG 10 ‘Reduce inequalities’
  • Promote Impact Sourcing: Show others how Impact Sourcing can contribute to socio-economic development and deliver business benefits
  • Business Benefits: Gaining access to new sources of talent, reduced turnover, and higher levels of employee engagement
  • Social Impacts: Achieve measurable social impact for workers, families, and communities by increased earning potential and household income