Normans has been recognised for its "outstanding contribution to the local community through good business practice and social responsibility."
The local builders' merchant is the latest awardee of The Jersey Good Business Charter, which seeks to celebrate the good done by Jersey businesses and encourage a deeper conversation about corporate responsibility among local firms.
The Charter was launched in November 2018 and currently has over 25 business from 13 different sectors who are at some stage of the application process and waiting to be assessed by the Good Business Council.
Pictured: Normans in St. Helier, Jersey.
Normans were assessed by a council of 13 local business experts against the five areas of the Charter: environment, people, suppliers, community and customers.
Brendan McMahon, Chairman of the Board of the Jersey Good Business Charter, said: “Normans has an incredible pedigree as one of our most visible and established business. Older businesses sometime struggle to implement change and lead the way in terms of innovative business practice – but not Normans.
"The Council were deeply impressed, not only with what Normans offer its customers and staff, but with the deep thinking which has gone into their environmental and sustainability policies, supply chain management and community engagement. Normans is a business which islanders should be proud to call our own.”
Simon Chard, Managing Director of Normans said the company was delighted to have been awarded the Jersey Good Business Charter.
"We see this as testament to all of the great work done by the Normans team over many years to achieve positive and sustainable changes to the way we operate our business," he added.
Pictured top: Simon Chard, Managing Director, and Martin Cosford, Commercial and Marketing Manager with their Jersey Good Business Charter Award.
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