Archives: 2012

The Deloitte CFO Survey

The Deloitte 2012 Q2 CFO Survey was conducted in partnership with BITCI.¬ According to the results of the Quarter 2, Deloitte CFO Survey (June 2012): 93% of CFOs believe there is a direct link between sustainability and business performance. Irish CFOs identified sustainability as having the strongest impact on long term value creation, compliance, risk


BITCI 2011 CR Report

In 2011, our environmental agenda was pushed a mile forward by the establishment of our Sustainability Committee reporting to our CEO. You can read about this in the environment section. Click on the cover of the report on the right to download the full report. This year, we also¬ wanted to explore how we could


BITCI CR Report 2011

Welcome to our Sustainability report 2011. In 2011, our environmental agenda was pushed a mile forward by the establishment of our Sustainability Committee reporting to our CEO. You can read about this in the environment section. Click on the cover of the report on the right to download the full report. We encourage companies to


Consumer Attitudes towards Corporate Responsibility 2012

We are delighted to announce the publication of the BITCI/Ipsos MRBI Report of the¬ ¬ Survey of Consumer Attitudes towards Corporate Responsibility 2012. Click the icon to right to download the report. Key Findings: Being open & honest and customer service are the most important factors to consumers in Ireland, when judging a company. 75%


Responsible Ireland Survey 2012

In a business environment where value for money is the focus, over 70% of CEOs have stated that responsible business practices have a positive impact on their bottom line. These are¬ the findings of the CEO Responsible Ireland Survey 2012 run by Business in the Community Ireland with¬ research performed by Am√°rach.


New Survey of Consumer Attitudes towards Corporate Responsibility 2012

We are delighted to announce the publication of the BITCI/Ipsos MRBI Report of the Survey of Consumer Attitudes towards Corporate Responsibility 2012. Key findings: Being open & honest and customer service are the most important factors to consumers in Ireland, when making a judgment about a company. Value for money is of significant important to


Matheson Ormsby Prentice provided a Workshop on Face-To-Face and Telephone interviews for EPIC Trainees

Tuesday October 16th, 2012: Immigrants attending the Pre-Employment Training provided by the EPIC Programme gain a good understanding of telephone and interview skills according to Irish standards. Practical skills on these topics are crucial and Gillian Weir, Resource Manager for Matheson Ormsby Prentice delivered a workshop on Face-To-Face and Telephone Interviews on Monday October 15th at 2pm. The strengthening of