Tuesday, 6th March 2012: The 2012 CSR awards were launched by Joan Freeman, CEO and Founder, Pieta House on 6th March at 11am in The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1. The nomination process is now open and applications will be accepted until 12pm Thursday 3rd May 2012. Awards will be presented in the following
Welcome to our guide on how communities and business can work together and mutually benefit from a partnership with one another. The aims of the guide are to: Encourage community and voluntary groups to interpret their needs in terms of business skills, manpower and volunteering time rather than cash Understand the business case for involvement
Throughout 2012, we are hosting a wide range of training, networking and expert seminars on a variety of corporate responsibility topics, many suitable for various departments across our member companies. Click on the Events Calendar to download and get dates in your diary for the year ahead.
Ireland is ready for a Responsible Recovery. If Ireland’s recession was the result – in large part – of irresponsibility, then Ireland’s recovery will demand a very different approach to business practice, to investment and growth. The good news is that Irish businesses are ready for the responsible recovery. The latest Business in the Community
In 2010, we decided it was vital to carry out Ireland’s first ever survey of CEO attitudes on this area and commissioned Ipsos MRBI to conduct the research on our behalf. The survey revealed that 86% or Irish CEO’s believe that Corporate Responsibility can play a major role in rebuilding Ireland’s corporate reputation. The report
2010 was our ten year anniversery of supporting positive business impact in Ireland and it is an accomplishment in which we at Business in the Community Ireland take great pride in. This report outlines highlights of the year across the organisation including: Our Major Summit on Corporate Responsibility, attended by over 400 delegates across all