The Good Business Charter displays to customers, suppliers, employees and potential employees that members care about responsible business. Our vision is to see it become such a recognised brand in the UK that people who care about responsible business will look for it when they enter a shop or choose a job to apply for. […]
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Good Business Charter Announces TSB Bank as First Retail Bank Member Members recognised for leadership in driving responsible business practices 3 August 2020. The Good Business Charter (GBC) today announced that TSB Bank is the first high street retail bank to join its leading responsible business accreditation scheme. The achievement recognises TSB for paying […]
The time has come for ethical capitalism, not as an optional extra, but as something that is critically important for consumer trust in business to flourish in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The public is brassed off with businesses not paying their dues to society and their voices are getting louder. They are sick […]
We are delighted to announce that we have now expanded our accreditation scheme to include companies and charities with less than 10 employees. In recognition that 96% of all businesses in the UK have less than 10 employees and given the level of interest we had from smaller organisations in the first few months of […]
At Moneypenny the culture is going strong whilst a large percentage of its 1,000 employees are working from home, engaged, productive and giving their all for their clients. One of the key ways in which they are achieving this is through maximising the technology platform Workplace by Facebook which they were already using as a […]
Our first case study looked at how a small consultancy firm had to adapt following the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic. For our second case study we look at how Richer Sounds adapted with the realisation its 52 stores would have to close. Julian Richer, author of ‘The Ethical Capitalist’ explained that the biggest challenge […]
As the UK returns to work, let’s ensure that business plays its role in building a dynamic, prosperous and fairer society.
In this time where many businesses are facing immense challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, what does responsible capitalism look like? What does the Good Business Charter and its ten components have to say on the subject?
The way that business conducts itself has never been more important.
The Good Business Charter (GBC) will recognise and accredit those businesses that prioritise and care for their employees, the environment, customers and suppliers, whilst also paying their taxes according to the spirit of the law. The GBC seeks to inspire other businesses to follow suit. Click here for more…