For the fourth year in a row, T-Mobile has been recognized as one of the 2012 World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, the leading international think tank devoted to sharing the best practices in business ethics. T-Mobile’s implementation of admirable business practices has set an example of raised standards for other companies within the industry and this has resulted in a record number of nominations for the award. Not only do its customers brag about t-mobile’s best cell phone plans, but its industry peers also applaud its ethical standards.
“A strong ethical foundation is a competitive advantage, and T-Mobile recognizes the important role corporate responsibility plays in improving its bottom line,” said Alex Brigham, the executive director of the Ethisphere Institute. “As more and more organizations strive for this honor each year, T-Mobile’s inclusion as a World’s Most Ethical Company for 2012 demonstrates its industry-leading commitment to ethics and dedication to integrity.”
This year’s list recognizes companies from more than three dozen industries, including 40 companies headquartered outside of the U.S. Some of the most notable companies include Starbucks, Microsoft, Intel, Xerox, GE, Ford, eBay and American Express. These winning companies were carefully selected after extensive reviews, evaluations of applications and in-depth methodology research. T-Mobile has demonstrated respectable business ethics as well as guaranteed their customers satisfaction with affordable cell phone plans.
“At T-Mobile, our employees go above and beyond to display company values and demonstrate leadership in practicing ethics, which is why it’s an honor to be named, for the fourth year in a row, as one of Ethisphere’s 2012 World’s Most Ethical Companies,” T-Mobile’s Chief Legal Officer Dave Miller said. “We are proud of this award because it sets us apart from our competitors as an industry leader and an employer of choice.”