Reaccreditations 2016

The following companies demonstrated continual positive impact through a programme initially awarded in 2014 or 2015. Their award status was therefore reaccredited for 2016.
 
A.F. Blakemore & Son - A.F. Blakemore Education Matters Programme
Education Award, supported by UKCES 2014, Shortlisted, Reaccredited 2015, 2016

A.F. Blakemore supports schoolchildren in deprived areas where its staff live and work – improving their confidence, attainment and behaviour, while developing a pool of motivated future employees.

 

Published: June 2014
Allstate Nortern Ireland - Energy for Life initiative
The Bupa Employee Wellbeing Award, Finalist 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

Software development business Allstate Northern Ireland has developed a one-and-a-half day energy management workshop for all their staff, focused on improving their physical and mental wellbeing.

Published: June 2015
Anglian Water outdoor display
Engaging Customers on Sustainability Award 2014, Big Tick, Winner, Reaccredited 2015, 2016.

Anglian Water implemented the Keep It Clear campaign to educate customers on the disposal of fats, oils and grease (FOG) as part of its Love Every Drop strategy.

Published: June 2014
Asda trainees
Inspiring Young Talent Award 2014, Big Tick, Highly Commended, Reaccredited 2015, 2016

Customers are at the core of Asda’s business and it is proud of being in the heart of the communities it operates in. Many of these communities are seriously affected by youth unemployment and Asda has created the Opportunities for all Communities programme to offer a range...

Published: June 2014
Barclays Bank plc - Grow with Barclays, the Youth Employment Strategy
The Jaguar Land Rover Inspiring Young Talent Award, Winner 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

Barclays' youth employability strategy provided many routes for progression, meaning that leadership roles, further qualifications and long-term careers are no longer out of reach.

Published: July 2015
Blakemore staff team
ASDA Enterprise Growth Award 2014, Big Tick, Winner, Reaccredited 2015, 2016

Blakemore Fine Foods helps small food and drink producers grow by providing them with logistics, business and technical support. This has boosted sales and opened up new markets.

Published: June 2014
A Blakemore driver delivering stock
Sustainable Products and Services Award 2014, Big Tick, Shortlisted, Reaccredited, 2015, 2016

Blakemore Logistics has identified two key environmental impacts and made strategic investments and operational changes to embed environmental sustainability into its core services. This includes reducing  CO2 emissions and waste to landfill through stakeholder engagement...

Published: June 2014
Categories: Environment, Marketplace
Inspiring Young Talent Award 2014, Big Tick, Reaccredited, 2015, 2016

Boots’ Let’s Inspire Initiative provides young people with the chance to access employment or further education opportunities by offering work placements, apprenticeships and graduate programmes.

Published: June 2014
Awards 2014 Big Tick planter
Arts and Business Corporate Responsibility Award, Finalist 2014, Reaccredited 2015, 2016.

New Diorama Theatre was built by British Land, as part of the Regent’s Place campus, following consultation with local residents that revealed a need for a high-quality theatre building to act as a creative hub, promoting cohesion and providing a resource for the entire...

Published: May 2014
The Responsible Business Awards - shortlisted planter
The Jaguar Land Rover Inspiring Young Talent Award, Shortlisted 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

British Land is working with partners to increase awareness among young people from diverse backgrounds of the choice of careers in real estate, raising their aspirations, developing their skills and helping them to pick the right subjects to benefit from opportunities in the...

Published: April 2015
Categories: Diversity, Talent & Skills
The Responsible Business Awards - shortlisted planter
The Experian Building Stronger Communities Award, in recognition of Sir John Peace, Shortlisted 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

British Land has supported regeneration and community projects at Regent’s Place for 30 years, helping to make it one of the most improved areas in London.

Published: April 2015
Categories: Community
The Responsible Business Awards - shortlisted planter
The School Partnerships Award, Shortlisted 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

Cambridge University Press (CUP) has involved a quarter of its UK-based workforce in supporting students from Coleridge Community College, which has helped the publisher strengthen its business relationships and gain a valuable insight into this customer group.

Published: April 2015
Participants on Capital One's ClickSilver programme on ITV's This Morning
Building Stronger Communities Award 2014, Big Tick, Reaccredited 2015, 2016.

Capital One’s ClickSilver programme facilitates the mentoring of older people by university students, improving their digital safety, the students’ CVs, and bridging the social age gap.

Published: June 2014
GEM programme participants
Inspiring Young Talent Award 2014, Big Tick, Reaccredited 2015, 2016.

Centre for Partnership created the GEM Programme to offer unemployed and under employed graduates work experience, a qualification and employment within the housing sector.

Published: June 2014
DWF - 5 STAR Futures: A schoolgirl animatedly giving a presentation
The Schools Partnership Award, Finalist 2015, Reaccredited 2016.

DWF set up 5 STAR Futures to try and stop social background predicting a young person’s success. It has worked with 31 schools to increase students’ self-confidence and help prepare them for work, while engaging a quarter of its employees in volunteering activities.

Published: June 2015

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