Henry Brothers strikes Gold with CORE

Henry Brothers have successfully earned Business In The Community’s CORE Gold Status accreditation for excellence in corporate responsibility.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 1:00 pm
Ian Henry, CR Director at HBL with Lisa McIlvenna, BITC NI

Business In The Community Managing Director Kieran Harding said: “We’re delighted Henry Brothers has been successful in achieving Gold level in CORE: The Standard for Responsible Business. The standard is designed to ensure an organisation has a coherent and strategic approach to responsible business – in achieving Gold, the highest possible level, Henry Brothers is demonstrating how it is ‘best in class’ when it comes to corporate responsibility and sustainability.”

Henry Brothers CR Director Ian Henry added: “As one of the first companies to achieve CORE in 2014, the Standard has provided us with a baseline to develop and continuously improve our CR strategy, processes, measurement and reporting which has been hugely beneficial to our tendering processes. CORE also has provided a structured management tool to help collate and refine our CR activities across the business. We were elevated to Gold Status for our CORE renewal in 2018 and delighted to retain such a highly valued accreditation for our corporate responsibility and sustainability performance.

“Such an achievement would not have been possible without the engagement and support of our entire workforce and many stakeholders, reinforcing we are ‘altogether stronger’ through our many partnerships. So, a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to this fantastic achievement.”

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