Goodmans Interior Structures earns Ethics Award

Business News | 3 May, 2013 |

The Better Business Bureau of Central, Northern and Western Arizona has selected Goodmans Interior Structures as a winner of its 2013 BBB Business Ethics Award for its commitment to ethics and trust.

The BBB announced the award during a ceremony on May 2 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa.

BBB selected Goodmans because it is dedicated to creating great lifetime furniture experiences for its clients. Goodmans’ organizational culture reflects a mission of serving customers with products and services that create a more productive, efficient, healthy and aesthetic environment. After six decades in business, Goodmans’ has a reputation for being family owned and committed to their community.

“Being named a BBB Business Ethics Awards winner is an honor that not only means a great deal to the company, but to the community it serves,” said Felicia Thompson, BBB VP of Communications. “Goodmans Interior Structures is being recognized for their commitment to ethical practices in leadership, community and communication.”

Goodmans’ number one corporate value is, “There is nothing more important than the welfare of our people.”

“Every Goodmans Interior Structures staff member, from the newest employee to me, takes ethics seriously,” said Adam Goodman, CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures. “Serving our clients’ needs responsibly and maintaining solid business practices is top of mind for our family-operated, Arizona-based business. We are incredibly proud and honored by this award.”

Goodmans won for the category of 51 to 150 employees. Other winners: Classy Sister Wigs (category of 1 – 10 employees), Guido’s Auto Service Centers Inc. (category of 11- 20 employees), Plumbing Masters LLC (category of 21 – 50 employees), Cypress Homecare Solutions LLC (category of more than 151 employees). Click here to read about the winners on BBB’s website.

In a separate 2011 award from a different organization called B Lab, Goodmans’ ethical conduct, combined with sustainability initiatives and community outreach programs, has earned the company a certification as the first (and still the only) Benefit Corporation in the North American office furniture industry, and the largest Benefit Corporation in Arizona. Certified Benefit Corporations are required to consider the potential impact of their decisions on their stakeholders – including employees, suppliers and consumers – as well as the broader community and the environment.

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