A local creative agency has become the fourth Jersey business to receive a recently-launched accreditation for corporate citizenship.
Freedom Media was awarded the Jersey Good Business Charter after being assessed by a council of 13 local senior business experts against the five areas of the Charter: environment, people, suppliers, community and customers.
The agency gained the status for its efforts to contribute to the local community through good business practice, such as through regular donations and discounted work for a range of Jersey charities, as well as advising on environmental initiatives with EcoActive and the Jersey National Park.
Pictured: Stuart Stables picking up the certificate at a recent meeting of the Charter.
Stuart Stables, Commercial Director at Freedom Media, commented: “The values promoted by The Jersey Good Business Charter closely align with Freedom Media’s long-held desires and efforts to do business in a good way, based on positive values and integrity. Our ethos has been summarised on our website in the following terms: Value People. Do good. Be exceptional. Be genuine. Love work.
"Signing up to the Jersey Good Business Charter provides a structured framework and a defined course of action for us to continue on this journey, enhancing the excellent quality and range of work that we do for the benefit of all of our stakeholders.”
The Charter - a Jersey charity which was launched in November last year - currently has over 50 businesses from 13 different sectors at some stage of the application process and waiting to be assessed by the Good Business Council.
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