• February 20, 2024
 Good Business Week – Accreditation That Matters

Good Business Week – Accreditation That Matters

This week is Good Business Week, a campaign run by The Good Business Charter of which we are accredited – and proud – members.

The Good Business Charter offers a straightforward accreditation process open to organisations of various sizes in the UK, acknowledging their commitment to responsible business practices. Accredited entities encompass a diverse range, from FTSE100 companies and partnerships to local authorities, universities, SMEs, charities, and sole traders.

In order to obtain accreditation from the Good Business Charter, organisations need to satisfy the criteria for all 10 elements. These encompass a comprehensive approach to caring for employees, suppliers, customers, and the environment.

The 10 commitments are listed below:

  • Real Living Wage
  • Fairer Hours and Contracts
  • Employee Wellbeing
  • Employee Representation
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Environmental Responsibility
  • Pay Fair Tax
  • Commitment to Customers
  • Ethical Sourcing
  • Prompt Payment to Supplier

Being Good Business Charter accredited is something that we are proud of as it helps demonstrate our commitment and dedication to doing business the right way.

Accreditation is very important to us: view our dedicated webpage to see our other accreditations.

This article was submitted to be published by Anglia Research as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate

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