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IHS Markit Corporate Sustainability


Live Well - Strengthening People and Communities

Corporate Sustainability is one of our five top company goals and is a critical aspect of our values, culture and business conduct. Along with being a signatory to the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEP), our IHS Markit Sustainability Policy and commitment to diversity and inclusion guide us to be a responsible employer and corporate citizen. We are proud of the continued progress in creating a culture of sustainability and a workplace where colleagues are offered excellent benefits and opportunities to grow and thrive. As one of America's 50 most community-minded companies in the 2016 Civic 50, we actively support our communities through philanthropy and citizenship efforts. IHS Markit colleagues contributed over 31,000 volunteer hours in 2015. This included efforts in EMEA, APAC and the Americas, supporting local efforts to support education, especially STEM, health and wellness and the environment.

IHS Markit is committed to the highest ethical conduct as outlined in the IHS Markit Business Code of Conduct and the IHS Markit Human Rights Policy in all aspects of business, including Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption. IHS Markit operates from our core values of Teamwork, Respect, Accountability, Integrity and Innovation as demonstrated every day by all colleagues, management and the board. IHS Markit is also a signatory to, the World Economic Forum, Partnership Against Corruption (PACI).

IHS Markit respects fundamental human rights and views them as a key component of responsible corporate citizenship. In addition to supporting the fundamental principles contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we are committed to finding practical ways to apply those principles in our daily operations, interactions with customers and in our communities. One example is raising the issue of and advancing action to address Human Rights At Sea.

Community & Philanthropy

IHS Markit colleagues are passionate about making a positive impact in their communities. In addition to corporate sponsored events, colleagues provide support to over 700 organizations and institutions around the world through volunteering, philanthropic giving, In-kind donations and participation at the board level on many nonprofit organizations. These opportunities reinforce colleague engagement company-wide.

IHS Markit endorses three philanthropic and community areas:

  • Live Wise - Governing for profitable long-term growth and advancing education
  • Live Green - Caring for the planet
  • Live Well - Strengthening people and communities

IHS Markit Volunteering in Global Communities - Video

2015 Highlights

  • Participated in 679 activities (41% increase from 2014)
  • Contributed 31,078 volunteer hours (38% increase from 2014)
  • Donated USD $924,370 dollars (12% increase from 2014)
  • Collected 2,579 pounds of food and 4,923 items of clothes
  • Collected 1,207 books and donated 4,871 schools supplies
  • Collected 4,461 toiletries item and 270 toiletry kits
  • Contributed 375 units of blood and 706 medical supplies
  • Donated 195 items of IT equipment
  • Recycled 6,218 pounds of personal colleague e-waste
  • Planted 482 trees

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In-Kind Product Donations

As part of our strategy to advance education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), IHS Markit donates a significant amount of our geological, oil and gas software products to universities as in-kind donations. A majority of our donations consist of IHS Petra, Harmony, and Kingdom. IHS Kingdom - a solution that allows geoscientists to make more accurate decisions about where and how to drill for oil and gas - represents 63% of our total US$ 184 million donation. Click here if you want to learn more about our Educational Grant Program.

2015 Highlights

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IHS Markit Sustainability In Action

IHS Markit colleagues are integral to our sustainability efforts, contributing innovative ideas, sharing time for charitable causes, raising awareness and making personal donations.

2015 Highlights

  • Volunteered more than 31,000 hours
  • Participated in 670+ activities
  • Supported 380+ organizations
  • Global site champion network with designated sustainability champion to lead local efforts at 80+ offices

2015 Supported Organizations
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Building a Culture of Sustainability

Volunteer Time Off Benefit

Introduced in FY2013, the Volunteer Time Off (VTO) benefit offers an annual full day of paid time off for all colleagues globally, to volunteer during the work day. With this new benefit in place, IHS Markit colleagues volunteered more than 31,000 hours in 2015 (a 38 percent increase from 2014). Our 2016 volunteer goal is 25,000 hours, which will help us exceed 100,000 volunteer hours since 2012.

Colleague Engagement

We use a third-party annual survey to measure the professional opportunity and experience we create for every colleague. Our 2015 Colleague Engagement score was 72% (a 20 percentage point increase from our 2011 score) as IHS Markit maintained its position in the Global High Performance/Top Quartile range of companies.

Another measure of colleague commitment to the company and our culture is attrition. In 2014, our voluntary attrition rate was 7.4%.

IHS Markit Sustainability Awards

To drive participation and celebrate progress, IHS Markit has a quarterly award program recognizing IHS Markit colleagues who take initiative to promote sustainability. In the spirit of sustainability, the award itself is sustainable, in which winning entrants microlend to a project of their choice through KIVA©. Since 2009, we have had 633 award nominations and 245 winners. In addition, we also recognize leadership and role modeling in Sustainability, through our Annual Sustainability Leadership Awards program. This includes recognition of one individual in the company who demonstrates leadership and role modeling in sustainability, and, our top offices, most engaged in sustainability.

Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Program

IHS Markit is committed to providing and maintaining safe and healthy working conditions for our colleagues, visitors and suppliers, and to provide controls, information, training and supervision as necessary. Click here to view the IHS Markit WHS policy statement. IHS Markit is committed to addressing workplace incidents and in 2015 introduced a new process to improve tracking at the global level. In 2015, the total recordable incident rate for the US was 0.127 and the recordable injury frequency was 0.018.

Caught for Caring Customer Care Program

This peer-recognition program enables IHS Markit colleagues to recognize one another, as they are ‘caught in the act’ of providing exceptional customer care – internally or externally. Since its inception in 2010, over 1,500 colleagues have been recognized and over 7,249 award tokens have been received. In 2014, 33 colleagues chose the environmental reward and donated USD $1,075 to American Forests Organization.

The Prevention Plan© and Wellness Credits

US colleagues can participate in The Prevention Plan©, where they can learn and track healthy life choices. In 2013, IHS Markit paid $203,992 for the Prevention Plan for employees and covered spouses. This included an online health assessment, free blood work and a personal health report. In addition, IHS Markit paid out $638,050 in Wellness Credits to employees and spouses who completed the Prevention Plan steps.

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Leadership & Recognition

Signatory of Women’s Empowerment Principles

IHS Markit is a signatory of the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) in a continued effort to actively participate in, and contribute to, advancing equality.

"At IHS Markit, we recognize and value the importance and power of diversity and its criticality to the sustainable success of our business and company," said Jerre Stead, IHS Markit chairman and CEO. "Signing on to the WEPs is a natural step, signaling our commitment towards empowering all colleagues, and supporting the development and empowerment of women globally in advancing an inclusive, productive and fair society." Read the full IHS Markit news release here.

The Civic 50

In 2016, IHS Markit was recognized as one of America's 50 most community-minded companies byThe Civic 50, an annual initiative from Points of Light that identifies and recognizes companies who invest talent, time and resources to partner with and help improve the communities where they do business.

Top Workplace

From 2012-2016, IHS Markit was named to The Denver Post's and Houston Chronicle's Top Workplaces lists. In addition, our CARFAX and RootMetrics offices received distinction earning Glassdoor's Employees' Choice Awards 2015 and finalist in the Puget Sound Business Journal 2015 Washington's Best Workplaces respectively.

Life at Work Award 2015

IHS Markit Malaysia won the Life at Work Award in Best Lean Organization category (companies with less than 500 employees), which recognizes and celebrates employers that demonstrate drive, commitment and tenacity to champion diversity and inclusion in their workplace.

Diversity and Inclusion

IHS Markit is listed on the Workplace Equality Index®, an equity index comprised of the world’s leading equality-minded companies. It consists of companies that support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality in the workplace. Inclusion is based on a number of criteria including non-discrimination practices, benefits for LGBT employees and their families, as well as support of the company’s LGBT employee group.

IHS Automotive's Marc Bland received the 2015 Diversity Leader Award from the Profiles in Diversity Journal. This award recognizes "outstanding diversity officers and chief diversity ambassadors whose work to leverage the power of their companies diverse workforce is instrumental to their business's success."

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