Harlow’s Land Sheriffs nominated for national award
Business / Mon 11th Jul 2016 pm31 02:04pm
TYLER LeMay, the Managing Director of Harlow Company, Land Sheriffs, attended an awards ceremony hosted by Baroness Altmann at the House of Commons with Harlow MP, Robert Halfon, to celebrate responsible businesses.
The National Responsible Business Champion Award was run by the All-Party Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group and received applications from businesses all over the UK. The judging panel looked for companies which addressed a range of issues including supporting the local community; investing in healthy workplaces; offering apprenticeships and training to all age groups and promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.
In the presence of Jonathan Djanogly MP, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group, and Pensions Minister, Baroness Altmann, Robert Halfon presented Land Sheriffs with their nomination certificate for the National Responsible Business Champion Awards 2016.
Robert Halfon said, “I congratulate Land Sheriffs for providing jobs for local people and having a responsible business model. They were up against tough competition for the award with massive companies like Anglian Water Services and the Canary Wharf Group running against them. Though they missed out on coming first, it was a great achievement to have been nominated and I am incredibly proud of the work that Land Sheriffs do for our community in Harlow.”
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