Corporate Responsibility

Taylor Byrne believes that our responsibility to the community is important. We consider that community, environment and workplace are important foundations of corporate social responsibility.

We strive to make sure our actions result in positive outcomes for both our business and our community.

Taylor Byrne promotes ethical and moral standards in our business dealings, and has an ongoing program of auditing its supply chain.

When making purchasing decisions:
  • We look for suppliers who offer sustainable options; and
  • Suppliers who adhere to ethical practices spanning labour rights, safety, quality and the environment.

Taylor Byrne encourages our contacts to become involved in community projects and offer incentives to those employees who demonstrate a commitment to social responsibility.

In this regard, Taylor Byrne is involved in the sponsorship of local sporting teams in regional areas, regularly donates to various charities and sporting organisations, and sponsors events through the Australian Property Institute.

In recognition of our ties with the community, Taylor Byrne has established an internal fund “Taylor Byrne Values Life” for charitable donations. This fund is run by an independent group who make recommendations regarding charitable donations to the Taylor Byrne Board.

Our 'Value Life' charity fund assisted these charities in 2018. 

Taylor Byrne would like to again extend a huge 'Thank You' to all the people that nominated charities for our Value Life Charity Fund. We were overwhelmed with submissions from coastal, regional and metropolitan areas, with charities ranging from local community groups through to medical research. The board has now chosen the following charities to share our $25,000 donation with: Country Hope, Great Cattle Muster Epilepsy Queensland, Jim Bruce Urology & Prostate Cancer Trust, Ruth's Womens Shelter Inc, Bush Kids - Queensland Kids Rural Health Scheme, Jenny Lockie Community Assistance Association (Barcaldine), Paths to Change, Community Accommodation Support Agency, Windorah Sports Camp & Mackay Children's Contact Service. 

Taylor Byrne also recognises the importance of being involved in professional development, and our employees regularly volunteer their time at conferences, and all Valuers complete continuing Professional Development courses yearly, as required by the Australian Property Institute.

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