We are a Supporter of the Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter!

March 5th, 2024

We are a proud Supporter of the Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter, first of its kind in the UK, which aims to improve employment standards across Greater Manchester. 

We are among other employers leading the way in #GoodEmployment and we are committed to elevating our employment standards in the key characteristics covered by the Charter.

These key characteristics include secure work, flexible work, real living wage, excellent people management, workplace engagement and voice, excellent recruitment and progression, and a healthy and productive workplace.

We want all of our employees to thrive at GMYN and we are working hard to ensure we continue to enable this.

The Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter is a voluntary membership and assessment scheme, which aims to improve employment standards for organisations of any size or sector across Greater Manchester. 

We are excited to be a member of the Charter which will help boost our charity and most importantly our employees.

The benefits of joining the good employment movement include access to resources, commitment to employees, peer to peer support, network events and performance improvement.

For more information on our team and what we do at GMYN, see here.

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