Bravo Benefits Ltd is committed to creating business growth whilst ensuring that impact on the environment is minimised and that all activities are conducted safely by well-trained and qualified employees.
The following summarises our policies and procedures.
Overall responsibility for developing corporate policies on social, ethical, and environmental matters and for reviewing their effectiveness lies with the Bravo Benefits senior management team. It is then the responsibility of individual managers to communicate and apply that policy within their particular department to ensure compliance with the policy and to maintain, review and refine procedures accordingly.
Bravo Benefits policies and procedures, including those relating to social, environmental, health and safety, employment, and ethical matters, are communicated to all staff via the induction training and internal communications All policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and any updates are communicated to staff.
The three key areas of corporate social responsibility at Bravo Benefits are:
Bravo Benefits is committed to adopting environmentally responsible policies; our environmental responsibility statement is shown below:
Bravo Benefits recognises the need for sustainable development and continually aims to improve the environmental effect of its activities. To achieve this we will establish sound environmental management by:
OUR WORK IN THE COMMUNITY
Involvement in the local community is of paramount importance to Bravo Benefits – we consider ourselves as a community business being committed to businesses in the local area.
At Bravo Benefits, we believe that helping the local community is not just something we choose to do but is actually an important part of our business.
We understand that local businesses and communities are closely linked and that we can have a significant impact on communities as a whole.
Bravo Benefits supports a number of national and local charities with both time and money.
Our objective is to encourage our stakeholders, management, and staff to play a significant part in the development of local communities.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Bravo Benefits recognises its health and safety duties and responsibilities and complies with the relevant health and safety legislation.
The Managing Director has overall responsibility for health and safety. Please see our full Health and Safety Policy for further details.
HUMAN RIGHTS, EMPLOYMENT, AND ETHICS
It is our policy to adhere to all legislation relating to employment rights and equal opportunities, with particular reference to non-discrimination on the basis of the Equality Act 2010.
We conduct all of our business operations in line with the Knowledge Universe Code of Conduct. This includes and expands on the following points:
We ensure that physical, verbal, and psychological abuse or sexual or other forms of harassment towards employees are not tolerated.
We ensure that disabled persons are recruited, trained, and promoted on the basis of aptitude and ability. If employees become disabled, every effort is made to retain them and when necessary re-train them for appropriate posts.
We pay wages and benefits which meet or exceed national minimum requirements and adhere to working time regulations where applicable.
We do not use forced labour nor employ workers under the school-leaving age.
We provide a safe and secure workplace and promote good health and safety and environmental practices.
We adhere to applicable laws regarding the freedom of employees to associate or bargain collectively without fear of discrimination.
All employees are expected to behave with integrity and honesty and adhere to the code of ethics.
Employees may report any concerns they may have over unethical business practices or conduct, dangers to health and safety, or breaches of company policies. Any such disclosures are appropriately investigated. In addition, Bravo Benefits is committed to protecting the career and reputation of employees who report wrongdoing in accordance with established procedures, as long as their disclosures are delivered in good faith and seek to safeguard the best interests of the company.
We do not give or receive any bribes, extra-contractual gratuities, inducements, facilitation fees, or similar payments.
We do not give to customers or business contacts or allow employees to receive any gifts, whether in cash or kind, in line with the Code of Conduct, unless in the course of normally accepted business entertainment or the subject of prior written approval by management.
We do not donate (including sponsorship, subscriptions, or provision of employee time or facilities) to any political party or similar organisation.
We ensure we purchase legal licenses for all software in use.
We try to ensure that there are no conflicts of interest between employees’ private financial activities and their part in the conduct of Bravo Benefits businesses.
Bravo Benefits recognises the value that its employees create for the business and its commitment to training and personal development, together with remuneration policies that are designed to reward achievement and emphasise the importance of retaining staff.
Bravo Benefits provides information to employees on a regular basis. This information includes matters relating to company performance, its prospects, and the future outlook for the business.
Bravo Benefits supports local charities and participates in a range of community activities.
Bravo Benefits will review this document annually and consult employees in order to evaluate this strategy and update and improve our policies on an ongoing basis.
As part of this process, we will monitor our progress against our objectives to ensure compliance and we will continue to set new objectives for the future.