As a financial mutual with social goals, ethics are hugely important to Glasgow Credit Union. That’s why we’re delighted to become the first credit union to receive accreditation from the Good Business Charter. The charter sets standards that we’re proud to promote and helps reinforce our inherent belief that by doing right by our members, our staff, and our community is not only good for business, but also for society.
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Games to Get Limited is a family business on a mission to make conversation the best part of people’s day with Sussed! Our story began in 2011 with our first few Sussed conversation card games. Today we’ve got a whole range. We believe social health is a crucial part of people’s wellbeing – now, more than ever!
Therefore, we are delighted to be accredited by the Good Business Charter (GBC) as a company that takes its responsibility to our employees, clients, suppliers and the environment seriously.
Gaynor Rigby, Managing Partner
One of Equilibrium’s core values is integrity, so we are thrilled to have been recognised by the Good Business Charter. Our purpose as a company is to make people’s lives better and, whilst that may seem like a grand goal for a wealth management company, we know it is perfectly achievable through the positive impact we have on our clients, our team and the wider community.
We believe that all businesses should aim to ‘do business better’, and this accreditation advocates just that.
I am excited to join the Good Business Charter and help promote the ethos of Good Business. Authenticity is fundamental to my work as an outdoor executive coach, where I help my clients align behind their values and stride forward on their right path in business. Walking the talk, supporting others and the environment is business hygiene if we are looking for sustainable success. Being accredited is not only recognition as to how I conduct my business but also a benchmark for me to hold my business and my clients to account going forward.
Wirebox is proud to be accredited by the Good Business Charter (GBC).
We are committed to being a social responsible business and will continue to do so with our employees, clients and supplies.
The Good Business Charter (GBC) is recognition of the way we run our business and to focus on our values.
As a company that helps businesses connect with and support their local communities, we’re proud to be accredited by the Good Business Charter. From the beginning, we’ve put ethical practices at the heart of everything we do and ensured that our growth is centred around long-term positive outcomes for society and our environment. This accreditation allows us to celebrate being part of a network of organisations that offer some of the highest standards of employment rights and social responsibility, for all to aspire to.
In a landscape dominated by fierce competition, we are proud to employ more accredited genealogists, legally qualified and independently regulated staff than any other UK probate research company. Our endorsement by the Good Business Charter is testament to Anglia Research’s transparent and ethical working practices, as well as our ability to independently regulate and nurture a culture of accountability.
The calibre of our team allows us to find relatives quickly and, crucially, we do not cut corners. Anglia Research’s genealogists liaise with a global network of agents to connect with missing beneficiaries, lost or unknown heirs, and the rightful owners of unclaimed assets.
We are determined to show that we can do business differently and set an example to our peers in the probate genealogy sector.
Jeremy Chapman, Director
We are absolutely delighted to become an accredited member of the Good Business Charter, which stands for everything we believe in. Sycamore Alliance is committed to doing business openly, honestly and responsibly – we always have – and to now have a charter that endorses our beliefs and practices is fantastic. This can only be a force for good and we shall proudly display the Good Business Charter logo and also encourage others to embrace the Good Business Charter principles.
Richard Clarke, Managing Director
“As a business, we’re committed to behaving ethically and fairly in all aspects of what we do. The Good Business Charter gives us the perfect touchpoint for assessing our performance in this regard and benchmarking ourselves against other, like-minded companies.”
“We’re delighted that EllisKnight International Recruitment has been accredited by the Good Business Charter and will proudly display the GBC logo to encourage more organisations to join this fantastic movement. As an Award Winning ethical recruiter that puts people before profit, we are driven to help others and place tremendous emphasis on environmental sustainability, community support, charitable fundraising and providing our talented team with an environment to flourish within. We’re enormously proud to be part of the GBC family and excited to work closely with our fellow accredited partners who share our Values and Ethos.”