Frontdoor Publishes its 2022 Corporate Sustainability Report

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Frontdoor, Inc., one of the largest providers of home service plans, has released its corporate sustainability report for 2022.

The report describes the company's sustainability efforts and its continued commitment to strengthening its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives as a service provider and global corporate citizen.

“We take our role in helping protect the well-being of our employees and the communities we serve very seriously,” said Bill Cobb, Chairman and CEO of Frontdoor. “As we continue to make strides on this journey, we remain committed to doing our part to help create a better and more sustainable world.”

Some of the highlights of the report include the following:

  • Through partnerships with leading experts, social campaigns, and engaging with students across the country, Frontdoor is raising awareness about rewarding career options in the skilled trades and their essential role in sustaining our economy, society, and homeownership.

  • As a digital-first company, Frontdoor prioritises the safety of data for its members and contractors. The company keeps putting money into data privacy and security measures and actively manages its cybersecurity risk by doing things like improving systems and reviewing them before they go into production.

  • Frontdoor started six Diversity and Inclusion Associate Resource Groups to help people understand both visible and invisible differences and bring together its employees.

  • The company is further leveraging its Streem technology to reduce the carbon footprint of its contractor network by reducing truck rolls.

Both the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) disclosure frameworks are used in the report.

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Source: BUSINESS WIRE

Click here to download the complete sustainability report for 2022.

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