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arrow ESG at CDW

Our ESG journey is focused where CDW can make the greatest impact and sustainably add value for our stakeholders.

arrow Our ESG Program

We are addressing our ESG priorities by empowering our people, leveraging our portfolio, channeling our partnerships and operating through sustainable practices.

arrow Environmental

We strive to continuously improve our own environmental performance while growing our business and supporting our partners and customers in their environmental efforts.

arrow Social

We continue to build our One CDW culture and strengthen our commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion, business diversity, digital equity for our communities and other forms of social impact.

arrow Governance

CDW’s commitment to good corporate governance is unwavering – from our Board to our Executive Committee to all levels of our organization. 

arrow What's New

Explore our What's New section and see our latest case studies showing our ESG program in action. 

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Explore our library of ESG resources including our 2022 ESG Report, Executive Summary,  TCFD and SASB disclosures.

Protecting Coworkers from COVID-19

The safety and wellbeing of our coworkers and communities are top priorities. It was even more critical in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, especially as our distribution centers remained open and our essential coworkers continued to work onsite. Our coworkers swiftly pulled together to develop and implement strategies that addressed the new and changing safety needs at our various locations.

Our coworkers stepped up to address the unique challenges of COVID-19 by reinforcing safe behaviors, participating in expanded health and safety training, wearing additional personal protective equipment and watching out for each other. We also leveraged our existing flu season reminders and preventive measures to address COVID-19 precautions. 

COVID-19 health and safety efforts by our U.S., U.K. and Canada coworkers included:

  • Implemented remote working for non-distribution center coworkers, and provided extra support, training and resources to enable work-from-home coworkers to continue to be engaged and effective in their daily responsibilities.

  • Reinforced and expanded our safety training programs and created awareness videos and additional signage to remind coworkers in our distribution centers of safety protocols to prevent the spread of the virus.

  • Secured a significant supply of personal protective equipment, including face shields, face masks and gloves, and made sure that coworkers could access additional PPE as needed and complied with all onsite PPE requirements.

  • Expanded the number of hand sanitizer stations at restrooms, reception areas, break areas and facility entry points.

  • Used colored vests or shirts to segment the teams in our distribution centers, which separated the workforce into teams and allowed us to do cleaning between shifts. 

  • Set up temperature-taking stations at distribution center entrances. 

  • Implemented social distancing measures such as markers on the floor between workstations and identifying which seating areas could be used. 

  • Disabled common-area water fountains to prevent contact spreading of the virus.

  • Closed cafeterias and provided free box lunches to distribution center coworkers. 

  • Piloted the use of GPS-based technology for contact tracing and social distancing, as well as real-time feedback on work task ergonomics.