Criterion was recently awarded with the Good Business Charter accreditation, highlighting our commitment to responsible business practices.

The Good Business Charter is an accreditation that recognises, champions and encourages responsible behaviour for the benefit of people and the planet. To become accredited organisations must meet the requirements for ten components, which include employee well-being, environmental responsibility, equality, diversity and inclusion. 

The accreditation scheme was launched in February 2020 by the Good Business Foundation, with the aim to clearly signpost organisations that behave responsibly.

Criterion’s Managing Director, Billy Burnside, commenting: 

Criterion has robust procedures and policies in place, ensuring that as we operate as an independent not-for-profit organisation, we behave responsibly and practice good business. It is important that we can demonstrate this through accreditation schemes like the Good Business Charter.