Corporate Social Responsibility


The Assemble service is wholly owned and operated by DutySheet Ltd.

Last modified: September 1, 2019

At Assemble we believe that it is not a responsibility but our duty to perform in a fair and ethical manner. Our company not only has a culture, it has a conscience, one which we conduct in every aspect of our business with honesty, openness and dignity. We have a strong commitment to the community and actively seek out ways in which we can help. Our principles established over the past few years play a major part in Assemble’s continuing success.

Our ambition, to be the best we can be, is based on excellent service provided by outstanding people. We must build a sustainable business that fully understands its impacts and its duty to care and constantly improve. We have implemented a comprehensive and robust CSR policy that ensures we are tackling our responsibility from all angles. Our policy covers these key principles - Health & Safety, Employees, Communities and Environment.


Assemble operate to the high Health and Safety standards set out in our Health and Safety Policy. Assemble believes that its employees are its most valuable resource and that their health, safety and wellbeing is of paramount importance.

Assuring the health and safety of Assemble employees and others affected by the activities and or operations is a prime objective requiring constant and continuing attention.

Assemble will ensure this by:

. compliance with the requirements of the Health And Safety At Work Act 1974 and all other applicable health and safety legislation, codes of practice, best guidance and other requirements.

. elimination or reduction of accidents and injury to Assemble employees and others through hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control and by providing inherently safe methods of work.

. prevention of injury and ill health and continual improvement.


Assemble is an equal opportunity employer.

Assemble is committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, work-life balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all employees and job applicants. The employer aims to create a working environment in which all individuals are able to make best use of their skills, free from discrimination or harassment, and in which all decisions are based on merit. Therefore the organisation has adopted this policy as a means of helping to achieve these aims.

It is Assemble's stated policy to treat all workers and job applicants equally and fairly irrespective of their sex, marital status, civil partnership status, trans-gender status, sexual orientation, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, national origin, culture, religion, age, or disability.

The principles of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity also apply to the way in which employees treat colleagues, visitors, clients, customers, suppliers and former employees.


Recruitment and selection will be in accordance with objective, job-related criteria and the appointed applicant will be chosen on her/his merits and abilities. Assemble will endeavour to ensure that employees responsible for recruitment and selection do not discriminate unfairly.

All reasonably practicable steps will be taken to ensure that problems relating to access or equipment do not debar disabled applicants from employment.


Our commitment to become actively involved in the local communities and social projects, we believe, has tremendous value to the community, the individual and Assemble. We appreciate that our employees feel passionate about particular causes and we encourage and support their activities throughout the year. We strongly believe in volunteering and allow our employees time off for volunteering activities. Backing Employer-supported volunteering (ESV) and Employer-supported Policing (ESP) where we provide employees with the opportunity to take paid time off to volunteer during work hours which is actively encouraged.

As an organisation that is constantly striving to hire the best talent, we have also formed relationships with local colleges to kick-start students career progression. Actively seeking out those with a passion and flair for all things tech to join the development team at our Surrey Office. The opportunity exposes students to an agile development environment they may not be a part of until later on in their career.


In order to preserve the environment Assemble will control and limit its environmental impacts.

Assemble is committed to leading the industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

Assemble will achieve this by:

. compliance with the requirements of all applicable environmental legislation, regulations, permissions, consents and industry codes of practice.

. actively encourage employees to reduce and eliminate where possible single use plastics.

. reducing, as far as possible and practical, its carbon footprint.

. actively promoting recycling both internally and amongst its customers and suppliers.

. ensuring all employees are aware of their environmental responsibilities through effective communication.

. striving to continually improve our environmental performance and minimise the social impact and damage of activities by periodically reviewing our environmental policy in light of our current and planned future activities.