Good communication is an important part of providing a good service. If we know and understand our clients then we know how to make sure they’re happy and improve. Some of our Contract Managers got a bit of face-to-face feedback from residents at CCHA’s (Croydon Churches Housing Association) Action Day this month.
In recognition of our continued commitment to sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint, we have been awarded the Carbon Smart Gold certification! To take a proactive stance and address our contribution to climate change, we have committed to the Carbon Smart Programme. Being Carbon Smart means taking an intelligent and flexible approach to
At Chequers, we were incredibly proud to see three of our former apprentices graduate from Croydon College last month. Joe, Danielle and Marcus have all accepted full time roles within the company after completing their course, and were officially presented with their diploma’s at a ceremony in March. Our CEO Rosaleen Liard was
Whether it be all the vehicles in our fleet, or the machinery used by our Grounds Maintenance Department, it’s clear we have a lot of engines at Chequers. We’ve recently been looking at how we can use these engines more efficiently, and in a more eco-friendly way. As part of our commitment to
January saw two of our members of team Chequers awarded the Employee of the Month title after going the extra mile. Mandy Toddington and Nathan Drew have both exceeded expectations and taken onboard an ethos of continuous improvement in their respective roles. Mandy is part of our cleaning team in our commercial
Chequers staff got into the festive mood for a good cause last week by taking part in Elf Day, which is organised by the Alzheimer’s Society each year. Our elfployees donned the green and red, complete with elf ears to raise money for the charity! As part of the fundraising efforts a
Almost 6000 metres high, with oxygen at a minimum, Billy Jeal looked out across the Tanzanian horizon having accomplished something fantastic. In the early hours of the morning on the 30th October, Billy had reached the summit of the tallest freestanding mountain in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro, raising £6000 in the process.
We were honoured to win a Mayor of Croydon Civic Award for our commitment to the Croydon community this month. Shortlisted in the Business in the Community category, our continued efforts toward local recruitment and development of skills were recognised on what was a fantastic evening. We spent the night with the borough’s