Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

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We recognise that the delivery of our service has a direct impact on the environment and local community and that we have a responsibility to be a good neighbour, a good employer and a responsible consumer of resources. We undertake the following in order to contribute to our community and mitigate our impact on the environment:

Our responsibility to our Employees:
To support and encourage employees to be involved in charitable activities within the local community.
To ensure that employees have the opportunity to realise their full potential and have the tools necessary to develop and grow through training, both compulsory and optional.
To operate an open door policy allowing employees to raise any concerns with line managers and HR and to ensure that employees are not victimised for doing so.
To ensure that each employee’s traditions and beliefs are respected, and encourage and promote diversity throughout the organisation.
To maintain communication with employees so as to ensure this and all other policies are actively exercised.
To encourage employees to ‘think outside of the box’ and offer suggestions as to how any policy or process can be improved.
To reward employees for hard work and innovative thinking should the idea help in the running of the business.
To protect each employee or supplier from third parties who may become abusive; this includes customers, suppliers and the general public.
To ensure that employees protect and do not misuse company assets only use them in an appropriate manner as set out in the employee contract.
To make certain that all employees are aware of the impact that we as a business and they as individuals have on the external environment.
To support and understand employee well-being, ensuring staff are encouraged to maintain an appropriate work-life balance.

Our Business responsibilities:
To minimise our usage of electricity by ensuring all electrical appliances, where possible, are switched off at the end of each day.
To adhere to all relevant legislation surrounding our industry and, where necessary, will seek legal advice in order to ensure honest trade.
To support charitable initiatives that align with company values to be reviewed annually through the CSR strategy.
To compete fairly within our industry.

To comply with the Bribery Act 2010 and any amendments made to such legislation and acts.
To make certain that no employee working on behalf of the Company shall accept or offer a bribe.
To put in place necessary procedures in order to adhere to the Bribery Act 2010. Please see Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy.

To maintain that no employee shall accept personal gifts from customers or suppliers. If any employee is unsure as to whether what they are being offered constitutes as a gift then they are to approach the company’s directors for clarification.

To instil on our employees that they must respect the privacy of each member of the company.
Each member is encouraged to avoid any activities which could conflict with their responsibilities to the company.

To ensure all employees adhere to the legislation included in and surrounding the Data Protection Act 1998. Please see the company’s Data Protection Policy.

To maintain a safe working environment for all employees and also a safe consulting environment for clients.

We are committed to delivering on all of our individual targets.
To utilise technology throughout our processes to reduce our paper usage and reliance on natural materials and resources.
To suppress our requirement for energy by reducing case duration and operational processes.

To constantly strive to provide efficient, value for money, high quality and dependable services to all customers.
To ensure all employees are to act in an honest and professional manner when dealing with all customers.
To make sure all employees remain aware that they are being trusted with highly sensitive information and must not break the trust that our customers, suppliers and company as a whole have in them.

To maintain working relationships as they are key to the success of our business.
To ensure that the individuals who we outsource to are not in breach of any legislation surrounding their profession or our industry as a whole.

To create employment opportunities for the local community.
To be aware that our business affects our local and wider community whether as employees, customers or suppliers so we are constantly striving to build partnerships in order to create positive change.

To ensure that the building is safe at all times to ensure the security of data and staff.
To ensure that our IT systems are well guarded and secure for the security of data.
To provide a safe working environment for all employees and a safe examining environment for all customers visiting us.

13. Employment:
To create equal opportunities for all employees.
To ensure all members of the company will not discriminate against colleagues or employees as per, but not exclusive to, the protected characteristics as detailed in the Equality Act 2010. Any instance where an employee is found to be non-compliant with this section 13.2 will be treated seriously as this will not be tolerated.
To ensure all recruitment will be fair and consistent to each candidate.
To ensure that any employee who feels that they have grounds for complaint must follow the company’s grievance procedure which is accessible to all.

DATE 05/02/2024, to be renewed annually.

Table Of Content

  • Downtown Amman: Wa­sat Al-Balad
  • The Ancient Roman City of Jerash
  • Amman Accommodation: Kempinski Hotel
  • Return after a long week of memories

Downtown Amman: Wa­sat Al-Balad

At the bottom of Citadel Hill is Wa­sat Al-Balad, the oldest part of Amman. Here’s where you can discover real Jordanian life through its old buildings, crumbling archeological ruins by the side of the road, cute cafes and bookstores, fresh produce markets, and stores selling scarves, gold, herbs and spices, fresh juices, and delicious desserts like Kunafeh (goats cheese. topped with wheat and pistachio).

At the bottom of Citadel Hill is Wa­sat Al-Balad, the oldest part of Amman. Here’s where you can discover real Jordanian life through its old buildings, crumbling archeological ruins by the side of the road, cute cafes and bookstores, fresh produce markets, and stores selling scarves, gold, herbs and spices, fresh juices, and delicious desserts like Kunafeh (goats cheese. topped with wheat and pistachio).

After lunch, we enjoyed sage tea in the pretty gorgeous outdoor seating area shaded by huge trees and fragrant flowers, and shopped in the small stores filled with preserved jars of food, knitted hats and bags, jewelry and other trinkets and souvenirs. These stores are a part of Beit Khairat Souf’s Women’s Community Project created to help women financially support themselves.

The Ancient Roman City of Jerash

One of the best things to do in Jordan is to visit the ancient city of Jerash, considered one of the best-preserved Roman-era cities in the world. Actually, Alexander the Great originally founded Jerash (or Gerasa) as a Greek City in the 4th Century BC.

Unlike other ancient Roman cities, you’ll see little restoration; buildings are as it was during the Roman days (or how it has crumbled since). Contemplate that as you walk around exploring what’s left of cultural centers like temples, theaters, and hippodromes. White Australia has such a short, colonized history that you wouldn’t find a building under 200 years old.

You can still see the Greek inscriptions in the crumbling remains of the façade that once faced the city. About three hundred years later, the Romans took control where it grew to be one of the most impressive Roman cities to ever exist.

Amman Accommodation: Kempinski Hotel

To be honest, I wasn’t expecting such a nice hotel to be part of a tour. Kempinski Hotel was in a great location in Amman’s central business district, the service was outstanding, and the rooms were very comfortable with the biggest and best pillows I’ve ever had. The bathroom towels were gigantic and just as luxurious as the fluffy robe. I couldn’t have wished for a more comfortable bed for the 13 hour sleep I had on my first evening - after 30 hours without it.

Spending 15 minutes each day in the complimentary steam and sauna room in the Spa helped me recover from jet lag. The buffet breakfast and dinners were also delicious and full of Jordanian food. Hotel breakfast and dinner buffets are included in the Globus tour. There are local restaurants within walking distance to the hotel if you want to eat out. You will love having 5 Star accommodation at affordable prices on your Escape by Globus tours.

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Return After A Long Week Of Memories

What you do on this final day of your Jordan tour depends on what time you are flying out. Globus will transfer you directly to Amman airport from the Movenpick Resort and Spa.

Hot Tip: My flight was early morning, so I left the resort about 10pm. Had I known how great the Dead Sea Resort and Spa was, I would have delayed my flight until the following day and stayed an extra night and morning.





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