15 Dec 2023

Caddick Becomes Proud Member of Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter

Caddick Becomes Proud Member of Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter

This December, Caddick Construction has been listed as the latest member of Greater Manchester’s Good Employment Charter, a voluntary membership and assessment scheme, which aims to raise employment standards across the region.

Members of the Charter have put their commitment to good employment into action within their organisations, excelling in the ‘Characteristics of Good Employment’ and are among the employers leading in the good employment movement in Greater Manchester.

The Good Employment Charter assesses businesses in the region based on the following characteristics: providing secure and flexible work with equal pay, recruitment opportunities, excellent people management that promotes health and wellbeing, and efforts to provide a voice for employees.

Paul Dodsworth, Managing Director at Caddick Construction Group comments: “We’re committed to creating a Caddick community to be proud of; always with fair pay, opportunities for growth and progression, and a team that supports the health and wellbeing of all others. We want to give all of our employees the right environment to realise their potential and build a lifetime career. Becoming members of Greater Manchester’s Good Employment Charter is a huge recognition of the work we’re doing to support employees and ensure that Caddick is a place that people feel proud to work.”

Caddick’s North West team includes more than 100 members of staff and operates from offices in Warrington and Kendal. The team is currently building a range of impressive construction projects in the region including 131 new affordable homes on Edward Street in Stockport, on behalf of The Guinness Partnership. Building on its commercial expertise, Caddick also recently completed the construction of Bruntwood SciTech’s new Base Building at Manchester Science Park.  

Elsewhere in the healthcare sector, Caddick has brought two of United Healthcare Development’s most sustainable healthcare centres to life: South Carlisle Healthcare Hub and Milnrow & Newhey Medical Centre in Rochdale. Both of which achieved BREEAM Outstanding through it's meticulous design and build processes.

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