We take our responsibilities seriously

A longstanding commitment to giving back

Wilson James is committed to being a responsible business and giving back to the communities in which we work.

For us responsibility means:

  • Valuing, engaging and rewarding our diverse employees
  • Giving back to the communities in which we work
  • A firm commitment to reducing our impact on the environment.

We recognise that this is vital to being a successful business. We feel we can achieve so much more for the environment, society and communities by working closely with clients, employees, stakeholders, regulators and suppliers.

Our Priorities: People, Planet & Performance


Our people are our priority. As a responsible employer: we are committed to paying fair wages, thorough staff training and a strong focus on wellbeing.


Environmental protection is integral to our position as a responsible business and we seek to minimise energy, water and paper usage, through design, infrastructure and behaviour.


Doing the right thing is a feature of all our performance objectives. We track and measure our performance with a focus on responsibility and sustainability.

Award winning CSR in action

We are proud to have recently won the 2019 CSR Initiative of the Year of the Security and Fire Safety Awards.

Stanhope Foundation

Wilson James are inaugural partners of the Stanhope Foundation, launched in 2021. The Foundation aims to improve human potential through the delivery and use of Stanhope’s projects, as well as raising money through various initiatives in order to help Londoners reach their own potential by finding hope and pride through meaningful employment. As Lead Partners, we are pleased to support Stanhope’s initiatives with three charities: Maggie’s, St Mungo’s and The Prince’s Trust, to support those affected by cancer,
the homeless and young people. 

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Wilson James is a corporate partner to the D of E. We
support the Charity towards its aim of
2 million young people in the UK
benefitting from their DofE by 2020, regardless of any barriers.

Some of the other voluntary organisations we work with:


View our
"How we do CSR" guide

Policies and statements

Modern Slavery Statement

Gender Pay Gap Report for 2021 (2022)

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (2022)

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – Northern Ireland (2022)

Business Continuity Management (2022)

24th February 2021

A living wage and a virtuous circle

Gemma Quirke, Chief Operating Officer at Wilson James, explains how paying the Living Wage builds trust, creates mutual opportunity and benefits everyone…
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5th June 2020

We must do more

Gemma Quirke, Managing Director for Security Services, shares why the industry as a whole must do more to better reflect, respect and…
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