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Although Baxter Harries is a relatively small firm we still strive towards behaving socially responsible.
At Baxter Harries we incorporate a strong recycling and minimum waste ethic, we have recycling boxes or bags being in every room of our office. We also try to email as much as possible where we are able to, in order to save paper in an effort to become a paper-light society.
Alongside this we are an active part of local the local community. One way we support our local community is by supporting a local charity which is voted for amongst staff annually. This year the charity we are supporting is Kids Inspire. More about Kids Inspire can be found at: http://kidsinspire.org.uk/
Finally Baxter Harries also participates in a pro bono Will Aid scheme which is where we waive our usual fee for a basic Will, inviting clients to make a donation to Will Aid instead. More information about this can be found at: http://www.willaid.org.uk/
At Baxter Harries CSR is embedded into our culture. We uphold strong ethical values that are written into our firm’s policies and procedures such as a vigilant anti-discrimination policy. Additionally all Baxter Harries employees have an equal opportunity to develop and train regardless of their background or gender as a valued member of the Baxter Harries team.
Furthermore we have an Open Door Policy, whereby any member of staff or client of the firm knows that any issue can be discussed confidentially with a senior member of staff and actively embrace and seek any suggestions that anyone internally or externally the firm may have. Baxter Harries ensures that it provides a safe environment to work in by regularly reviewing its health and safety regulations and procedures to ensure that employees feel safe in their working environment.
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Kim Boylett, head of Wills and Probate and our Cilex Private Client Lawyer of the year finalist, was interviewed by… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…