The Good Business Charter measures behaviour across 10 key components: real living wage, fairer hours and contracts, employee well-being, employee representation, diversity and inclusion, environmental responsibility, paying fair tax, commitment to customers, ethical sourcing, and prompt payment. An organisation must meet all 10 commitments to receive GBC accreditation.
“I am so proud that Wrexham Chauffeurs Ltd continues to receive this accreditation. It is a testament to all the hard work we continue to put in, to create a responsible and sustainable business that benefits our customers, supply chain, employees and our community here in Wrexham.”
What is the Good Business Charter?
The Good Business Charter is a simple accreditation which recognises responsible business practices of organisations in the UK. Their aim is to inspire as many organisations as possible to change their behaviour, where required, in order to sign up, which should in turn encourage wider good business practice.
Over the past few years we have built our business on a foundation of strong customer service values. We strive to be a highly inclusive and diverse organisation. Furthermore, we want to create an engaging environment where our employees can develop to their full potential. Equally, we are committed to supporting our local and wider communities and we are constantly seeking ways to reduce our effect on the environment and have a positive impact. We are proud to be acknowledged for the work we are already doing and we pledge to continually evolve and improve.