ETHICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, COMMUNITY, CHARITY
We strive to implement appropriate processes and procedures that ensure ethical and responsible conduct across customers, suppliers, communities and employees.
We will communicate to and with stakeholders in a transparent and open manner.
ETHICAL CONDUCT ACROSS CUSTOMERS, SUPPLIERS, COMMUNITIES AND EMPLOYEES
We expect all directors, partners and employees to act responsibly and with integrity in an environment of mutual trust.
We recognise the importance of limiting our impact on the environment and actively participate in and promote effective methods to continually reduce all waste generated by the firm; recycle and reuse where possible; be energy efficient and reduce our CO2 footprint; avoid the use of harmful chemicals and gases. We regularly audit and review our processes as part of our continuous improvement programme to ensure we comply above and beyond environmental legislation and guidelines.
We regularly engage with employees on environmental issues and encourage employees to reduce their carbon emissions with our cycle to work scheme and secure cycle storage.
OUR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME ENSURES WE COMPLY ABOVE AND BEYOND ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION AND GUIDELINES
We aim to create sustainable relationships with suppliers and referrers who have ethics and environmental activities aligned with our own.
COMMUNITIES & CHARITIES
Our employees are instrumental in the annual charity selection process by offering their nominations and voting for our charity partner. Following our most recent vote, we are pleased to confirm that our charity partner for 2019 is “The Sick Children’s Trust”.
The Sick Children’s Trust was founded by two paediatric specialists who believed that keeping parents close to their sick children during treatment or whilst in hospital drastically improved their recovery. Seriously ill children are often transferred to specialist hospitals to receive critical treatment which may be far from their home. The Sick Children’s Trust provides ‘Home to Home’ accommodation for families every night of the year. They have ten locations throughout the UK which provide accommodation for the whole family. They also offer emotional and practical support to these families.
The accommodation is free for families to stay. However, it costs The Sick Children’s Trust £30 to support a family for one night and the charity relies entirely on voluntary donations to keep the “home to home” accommodation available.
We are very proud to support The Sick Children’s Trust and we hope to raise as much money as possible to assist children and families in need.
To read more about this amazing charity, please visit: https://www.sickchildrenstrust.org
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