Sustainability has been a key priority for most businesses in FY2020 as the world grapples with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic that affected every sector of the global economy. The unprecedented health crisis tested the resilience of companies, supply chains, and our collective commitment to communities and the environment.
Likewise, at Sedania, our focus was trained on ensuring business continuity amid the outbreak as the various levels of restrictions implemented under different levels of Movement Control Orders (“MCO”) forced non-essential businesses to shutter their premises on and off throughout the year. Restrictions on the interstate and inter-district travel were enforced alongside physical distancing measures and capacity cap on businesses’ operating premises as the Government tried to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Although we had planned on continuing our focus on enhancing our innovation capabilities, caring for the environment, and community empowerment in FY2020, those efforts were halted as we shifted our focus to address the disruptions to our business activities. Work from home arrangements have impacted the way that we conduct our product development, customer support, sales, and other activities.
We moved quickly to modify several of our business practices and operations to align with the new requirements under the COVID-19 emergency, working towards the best interests of our employees, customers, partners, suppliers, and other stakeholders.
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UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Sedania has expressed our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“UN SDG”) in a bid to do our part to contribute to these global goals at the local level. We have also narrowed down our focus to the following UNSDGs, continuing to make inroads despite ongoing uncertainties in the local and global economic landscapes.