We believe in giving back to the communities where we live and work, by supporting charities that reflect the values of Aristocrat and our 3000 people around the world.
Every employee is encouraged to participate in fundraising activities for their local region, with one day of paid leave available each year so they can volunteer and support the charity of their choice.
Our annual ‘Global Volunteer Week’ unites employees in an inspiring demonstration of our values, with teams volunteering their time, energy and skills to make a real difference in their local community. In addition to a global workplace giving program, we also support a number of regional fundraising and volunteer initiatives, including the ‘Building Hope’ program in the United States and the ‘Giving Ways’ program in Australia and New Zealand.
Giving back not only helps us build better communities, it sparks passion and purpose in our employees. We see it every time they feed the homeless, work at an animal shelter or volunteer their time for one of our charity partners.
Our commitment to being a socially responsible, ethical and sustainable business is also reflected in our environmental initiatives. These include energy efficiency and recycling programs, proactive strategies to save energy and water, stringent environmental controls in manufacturing and maintaining fuel-efficiency in our vehicles.
As one of the world’s largest gaming companies, Aristocrat is proud to lead by example and maintain a strong commitment to responsible gaming in the community and online. This is consistent with our vision for a gaming and hospitality sector that is vibrant, socially and economically sustainable and welcomed in the communities in which we operate.
Aristocrat works closely with our customers, regulators and other stakeholders to ensure policies address problem gaming and support problem gamblers, without unduly impacting the overwhelming majority of people who gamble recreationally and responsibly.
We invest in technologies that encourage responsible gaming and have also funded independent research in collaboration with regulators, to improve gaming policy and best practice standards throughout the industry.