TCG is Proud to be a Certified B Corporation
Wouldn’t it be great if every government contractor could prove it was ethical, accountable, and transparent?
Certified B Corps are mission-driven. We use the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. Instead of competing to be the best in the world with the highest profits, we compete to be the best for the world, and produce positive outcomes for our community.
A relatively small community of about 3,500 business spread across 74 countries in 150 industries, Certified B Corps are redefining what it means to be successful in business. The B Corp community works toward reducing inequality and poverty, ensuring a healthier environment, building stronger communities, and creating high-quality jobs that give people dignity, purpose, and the resources to care for their families. As for TCG, we aim to prove that businesses can be good to their employees, responsible to their community, all while being a profitable company.
In order to become a Certified B Corp, TCG underwent a rigorous assessment process to measure our performance in governance, workers, customers, community, and the environment. Additionally, we had to document our positive impact to society, and we’ll need to recertify every three years to maintain the certification. In some areas, we had to add or change our policies and formalize existing activities. As TCG President Daniel Turner explains,
“As we worked on this project, we found a lot of things to make us proud. We also found things we need to do better. We’re inspired to be better and do better now that we know better! The B Corp focus gives us a set of goals toward being an even better corporation for our employees, our community, and the world.”
As a result of this assessment, B Labs, the B Corp certifying organization, named TCG a 2019 Best For The World: Governance Honoree in recognition of the company’s overall mission, ethical policies, accountability, and transparency. This designation puts TCG in the top 10% of all B Corps worldwide for its governance impact.