Unity Trust Bank

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Giving Something Back

94% of staff agreed

My organisation encourages charitable activities

Unity Trust Bank communicate their commitment to their mission, vision and values through ensuring customers are businesses with a social purpose. They communicate through a variety of channels including social media, 'Feel Good Friday' newsletters and 'News Digest'. They became Living Wage accredited - a move that clearly illustrates Unity's dedication to being a socially responsible organisation. Their volunteering activities are reported on in newsletters and on Twitter - this has been successful in promoting a socially responsible approach amongst their employees (they have also received enquiries from customers wishing to set up their own similar schemes and seeking advice). All employees receive a copy of Unity Trust Bank's annual 'Social Impact' Report which describes what Unity is has done so far to achieve its primary purpose and outrageous ambition.

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94% of staff agreed

I believe I can make a valuable contribution to the success of this organisation

Unity's employees have volunteered at a donkey sanctuary, where therapy is provided for disabled children. They have also visited Acorns children's hospice to help with decorating and tidying up the garden. They've held a MacMillan Coffee Morning for which employees baked cakes and took part in a raffle. Raffle prizes were donated by suppliers, customers and other organisations in the company's building. Employees have also taken part in fun runs, mud runs and triathlons to raise money for charity. The next event planned is to scale three mountains in 24 hours. Unity even have a committee called 'Unity in the Community'. Their aim is to promote and organise volunteering and fundraising events that everyone can get involved in. Employees also have the opportunity to volunteer at any organisation they choose. Unity is an equal opportunities employer and will make reasonable adjustments to ensure that all employees are able to perform their duties to the best of their abilities. The company are keen for the money that they lend to their customers to have a positive impact on the community; therefore they measure and publish the positive social outcome of their lending.

My Manager

86% of staff agreed

I feel that my manager talks openly and honestly with me

Unity's employees have volunteered at a donkey sanctuary, where therapy is provided for disabled children. They have also visited Acorns children's hospice to help with decorating and tidying up the garden. They've held a MacMillan Coffee Morning for which employees baked cakes and took part in a raffle. Raffle prizes were donated by suppliers, customers and other organisations in the company's building. Employees have also taken part in fun runs, mud runs and triathlons to raise money for charity. The next event planned is to scale three mountains in 24 hours. Unity even have a committee called 'Unity in the Community'. Their aim is to promote and organise volunteering and fundraising events that everyone can get involved in. Employees also have the opportunity to volunteer at any organisation they choose. Unity is an equal opportunities employer and will make reasonable adjustments to ensure that all employees are able to perform their duties to the best of their abilities. The company are keen for the money that they lend to their customers to have a positive impact on the community; therefore they measure and publish the positive social outcome of their lending.

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Employees earning £35k+
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