Clipper is proud to announce that it is the first Logistics organisation to be accredited by the Good Business Charter, an initiative that promotes the importance of responsible business practice.
The charter encourages responsible capitalism in the UK, by publicly accrediting organisations that prioritise responsible business and good business practice. The initiative measured Clipper over ten components including real living wage, fairer hours and contracts, employee well-being and environmental responsibility. By recognising businesses that meet their high standards, the Good Business Charter aims to inspire other organisations to follow suit.
This recognition serves to endorse Clipper’s strong ethical culture across all areas of its business as well as its commitment to customers. It will also provide an additional platform to ensure that Clipper continues to develop and promote good business practice, now and in the future.
Richard Cowlishaw, Group HR Director at Clipper, says: “We are pleased to be the first Logistics organisation to be accredited by the Good Business Charter, and hope that as many other companies as possible follow suit. Being inclusive is at the heart of Team Clipper and our Fresh Start programme, and the charter demonstrates our continued commitment to our people, who are at the heart of what we deliver to our customers.”