CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IS A KEY ELEMENT OF BJSS
We are committed to effective and transparent engagement with all our stakeholders.
GENDER PAY GAP
We will be open and transparent about any imbalances in our organisation, continue to investigate why these inequalities exist, and further commit to taking action to address them.
MODERN SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING
BJSS is committed to ensuring transparency in its business and in its approach to tackling modern slavery throughout its supply chain, consistent with its disclosure obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
An open culture is crucial if we are to operate to the best of our professional and technical ability and deliver to our clients and stakeholders with integrity. Our ability to uphold our values and deliver sustainable business success relies on everyone at BJSS. Whistleblowing describes any reporting by a stakeholder about BJSS, its activities, its conduct or its staff that might constitute misconduct or unlawful action. We have policies in place to encourage the raising of serious concerns without fear and to provide confidence that concerns are taken seriously.
THE ARMED FORCES COVENANT
DISABILITY CONFIDENT COMMITTED
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Our CSR focus is Youth and Technology. We engage credible public, not for profit and private sector organisations to execute sustainable projects in these focus areas, supporting them financially and through pro bono consultancy. We do not extend any CSR support to political parties or groups with partisan political affiliations, organisations which are racially exclusive, or religious organisations.
SCOTTISH BUSINESS PLEDGE
By joining the Scottish Business Pledge, BJSS has demonstrated its committment to ethical business practices and supporting the Scottish Government’s aim of achieving greater equality, sustainability and innovation within the Scottish economy.
NORTHERN POWERHOUSE PARTNERSHIP
Part of HM Government’s Industrial Strategy, the Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme brings together businesses, institutions and organisations which share the government’s ambition to draw on the region’s great cities, towns and rural communities to become a powerhouse for the UK economy.