Jersey Finance has been awarded a Jersey Good Business Charter for demonstrating and encouraging a strong and ethical business attitude within the workplace and in its work across the finance industry.
The Jersey Good Business Charter is a standard awarded to businesses in Jersey in recognition of their commitment to good corporate citizenship and responsible business practices in all that they do.
Jersey Finance has been awarded the status thanks to its ongoing work across the ‘five areas of good business’, as highlighted by the Jersey Good Business Charter - People, Community and Society, Supply Chain, Environment and Customer.
In their assessment, the Jersey Good for Business Council were encouraged by Jersey Finance’s efforts to contribute to other parts of island life through charitable partnerships.
In particular, the Council noted Jersey Finance’s commitment to a three-year strategic partnership with the Grace Crocker Foundation - a local charity that supports Jersey families with sick children, desperately needing treatment in the UK. The partnership sees Jersey Finance staff offering the Grace Crocker Foundation a wide range of practical skills, knowledge and expertise on a voluntary basis.
Pictured: Brendan McMahon, Chairman of the Jersey Good Business Charter.
Internally, Jersey Finance have a wellbeing programme for staff which has included talks on mental health, nutrition, chiropractic and mindfulness, with meeting room space being made available for exercise classes for the staff.
In addition, staff are encouraged to recycle materials in the office and are supportive of Plastic Free Jersey, discontinuing the use of plastic cutlery and straws in the office.
“I know that the Jersey Good Business Council have been examining applications with great seriousness and rigour, looking for strong evidence of credible commitment to the principles of good business in each of the five areas of the Charter," Brendan McMahon, Chairman of the Jersey Good Business Charter, said.
"Jersey Finance’s commitment is clear and this has been recognised by our Council. We congratulate Jersey Finance on this achievement and encourage them to keep up their great work in the community – setting a great example for the sector that they represent.”
Pictured: Joe Moynihan, CEO of Jersey Finance.
Commenting on Jersey Finance’s chartered status, Joe Moynihan, CEO Jersey Finance, added:
“I’m very pleased that Jersey Finance has been recognised for its ethical standards which we have always upheld and continue to develop. It’s important to us, as the representative body of the finance industry in Jersey, that we set a good example in supporting the local community and the health and wellbeing of our staff. The Good Business Charter is a fantastic way of encouraging firms to highlight and celebrate what they are doing to maintain these standards and I’m proud that we have been awarded this charter.”
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