Wanda is striving to become a model in corporate social responsibility. After 27 years of growth, Wanda Group now leads the nation's private sector, and it represents the future of Chinese private enterprises.
Wanda Group’s mission is: “Creating Common Prosperity Through Serving the Community”. Over the past 27 years, Wanda Group has donated more than 3.8 billion yuan to numerous charitable causes, making it one of the country’s largest private donors.
Wanda Group takes sustainability very seriously and is seen as a pioneer in the construction of environmentally friendly and energy-saving buildings in China.Wanda Group is one of China's earliest adopters of sustainable building practices. In 2014, the company was awarded a total of 67 National Green Building Certificates and 17 Green Building Operations Certificates, accounting for 30% of the total number of certificates issued that year.
In September 2013, Wanda unveiled a 10 year plan to support entrepreneurship by recent graduates. As part of this plan, Wanda pledged to each year contribute 50 million yuan to serve as startup capital for 100 graduating seniors who will open 50 retail outlets at chosen Wanda Plazas across China. Wanda will invest a total of 500 million yuan in 1,000 students to open at least 500 retail outlets between 2013 and 2022.
Every Wanda employee is required to do at least one volunteer job every year.
Wanda greatly values its people. The group's headcount now stands at 110,000 employees. All members of management have a bachelor's degree or higher, with over 50% holding either a master's degree or doctorate. The average age of management staff is 36. 70% of senior management holds at least a master’s degree with an average age of 40. Wanda Group enjoys the lowest employee turnover among China’s large enterprises. A good career development platform and working environment coupled with competitive remuneration and a unique corporate culture are the ingredients for Wanda's excellent cohesiveness.
Since its founding, Wanda Group has created more than one million jobs, more than any other Chinese company. In 2014, Wanda Plazas added 146,000 jobs to the country's service sector, of which 42,468 were for university graduates. These two figures both account for about 1% of the nationwide figures.