Bellevue Law has become the first law firm to be accredited by the Good Business Charter.
The firm joins major corporates including Richer Sounds, Deloitte, London City Airport, Capita and Brompton Bicycles on the list of companies that have joined the Good Business Charter since its launch this month.
Florence Brocklesby, founder of Bellevue Law explains:
“The GBC recognises businesses’ commitment to a responsible approach to the environment, tax, clients, suppliers and employees.
“We’re in great company having been accredited by the Good Business Charter. It’s recognition of Bellevue Law’s commitment to behaving fairly to our people, our clients and our suppliers, and conducting our business responsibly and sustainably. We’ve been involved in a series of initiatives this year which have benefitted our business and people, as well as our communities and our clients.
“The application process is straightforward and I’d encourage any business committed to good practice to sign up. We’re proud to be a member of the GBC family.”
About the Good Business Charter
The GBC brings together ten standards and accredits organisations who hit all those components. The ten items are listed on the GBC website: https://www.goodbusinesscharter.com/our-10-components/