Grant Thornton has been awarded Jersey Good Business Charter status for its commitment to corporate citizenship and responsible business practices.
The company is the first professional services firm to meet the standard set by The Jersey Good Business Charter, which was launched in 2018.
The Charter Mark is awarded to businesses that can demonstrate against a series of standards that they are serious about an approach to business ethics and corporate social responsibility that focuses on the impact of business on its people, supply chain, community, future generations and the planet.
Adam Budworth, Managing Director of Grant Thornton said: “We are delighted to receive news of this award.
“Leading our business with a people-first ethos has always delivered excellent results, not least in our financial performance, but more importantly in the happiness and engagement of our team.
"I am delighted that we have been recognised for the positive approach we take in supporting our people and the wider, local community.”
Brendan McMahon, Chair of the Board of the Jersey Good Business Charter said: “On behalf of the whole board, I would like to congratulate Grant Thornton for this significant achievement.
“I know that our council was very impressed with two aspects of their application: their innovative work in the community with local charities, and their extraordinary staff satisfaction ratings, which are the highest in the entire global Grant Thornton network.
“We will be encouraging Grant Thornton to continue in their Good Business Journey and to consider applying for the next level of the Charter.”
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