MOTH morals they make us happier and our cocktails taste better
We pride ourselves on being nice, but there’s times to be stubborn too. Because responsibility and honesty comes first, even if cocktails are a very, very close second. After all, MOTHs taste better when our people are happier. And when we’re as kind as possible to the world.
Sure, a big love for fine blends is great. But having a big heart is key. That’s why we’re growing a company of good people. Whilst creating a place where hard work and generosity is rewarded. As it should be.
Internal progression to reflect our growth as a team.
27 days paid leave plus bank holidays means more ‘you time’.
EQUAL PARENT LEAVE
Equal and generous mat, pat and adoption leave.
Blow out the candles and spend time with your crew.
Shared goals to work towards shared celebration.
Max team time with activities with or without MOTHs.
Number of MOTHs
This is where we leave updates about culture. It’s a bit like a journal.
In the past couple of months we been to crazy golf with Cat reigning champion and a VR Experience which was an alcohol free event. And as soon the sun comes out we will be hitting the park for a MOTH sports day.
We’ve just launched a new bonus scheme, meaning the ways we measure success as a business are rewarded annually with the team. It’s a percentage bonus, based on the success of the whole team. The better we all do, the higher the bonus.
MOTH is B Corp certified. For us, this demonstrates our commitment. To reducing harm. And doing more good. We strive to be kinder. With no empty promises. Just measured action. Responsible and sustainable business practices come first.
B Corp certification confirms our commitment to continued growth. We’re always seeking out new ways to reduce our environmental impact. To support our eclipse of MOTHs. We’d love to establish an internal B Corp maintenance group – deepening our pledge to improvement and accountability. Read More
With Zevero by our side we’re working to calculate and verify our carbon footprint using the GGH Protocol Product Standard. This is in response to the UN goal to achieve net zero. Report inbound in Q2.
B IMPACT ASSESMENT
The median score for businesses who complete the assessment is currently 50.9.
MOTH EMISSIONS vs Bar made
MOTH: Espresso Martini was found to create 30.64% less GHG emissions than a cocktail made in a bar based on a study conducted with our partner Zevero.
Keep tabs on us here. We’re posting climate updates every quarter.
It’s a genuine thrill to become a B Corp business and be part of a global community building an inclusive and sustainable economy. This is just the beginning of our journey – we look forward to working with our team and suppliers to reduce our environmental impact as MOTH grows. Read more
We launched our Canifesto campaign with Longbottom, The Uncommon, Jukes and Trip to demonstrate all the can, can do to the trade. Highlighting the positive impacts of canned drinks from their positive impact on the environment through to the benefits they provide the trade from consistency and efficiency to reducing waste.
We have completed our Carbon Footprint assessment and our 2021/22 Report will be published here soon. We are working on analysing the results and setting measurable KPIs and objectives for 23 based on the results.
We’ve submitted our B-Corp Application 🎉
We look out for each other and ourselves. Asking for help without shame, offering it without pride. The mental wellbeing of our team is a priority of ours. As is the impact we make in our community.
Mental health & first aiders
Training together to keep heads happy and everyone safe.
Days to swap cocktails for helping out in our community.
Zero Alcohol Team Events
Just as fun. And safer – like when we did team axe-throwing.
MOTH unmixed talks
We invite inspiring folk and MOTH friends to tell their stories at the office.
Volunteer days completed
Mental Health First Aiders
Watch this area flutter with new figures every quarter.
This month we supported our north London neighbours, Goldfinger and Panella, by volunteering at their monthly People’s Kitchen – an initiative that tackles food waste & social isolation by cooking and serving a restaurant-quality meal for residents in the Notting Hill community. We cooked, we cleaned, we danced - and we met wonderful people!
Ten members of the MOTH team have now completed a 2 day Mental Health First Aider qualification, giving them better skills and more confidence to approach and support not only each other, but our friends and family.
We’re here for cocktails, company and conversation