Welcome to the Stakeholder Engagement Report produced by the Business in the Community Ireland Working Group. This report describes common and evolving practices in stakeholder engagement among a group of development companies and other stakeholders in Ireland. It is aimed at companies and other organisations involved in engagement as part of proposed development, to encourage
Welcome to ourÂ 4th Sustainability Report. For our 2012 report, we made a key innovation and applied the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework to our reporting â€“ this report adheres to a Level C GRI report.Â This was a major endeavour for us and the format of the report shows how we were guided by
Welcome to the Stakeholder Engagement Report produced by the Business in the Community Ireland Working Group. This report describes common and evolving practices in stakeholder engagement among a group of development companies and other stakeholders in Ireland.
Welcome to our 7th annual flagship Responsible Business Week! Responsible Business Week is aimed at generating awareness around responsible and sustainable business practices in Ireland and it is also a key time of the year for our members to get involved in sharing and celebrating their own CSR initiatives both internally and externally.
Are you implementing a corporate responsibility strategy that requires business support from all levels of your organisation? Are you trying to effect changes that may challenge preconceived ideas or how things have always been done? Business in the Community Ireland is offering a workshop at our offices in Dublin on Thursday, 14th November (9.30am- 2pm)
See Changeâ€™s 2012 national survey found that 57% of people believe that being open about a mental health problem at work would have a negative impact on job and career prospects. Our goal is to support businesses in creating open and positive environments that harness the resources and talent of all people in an organisation.
In addition to supporting our Network of Responsible Businesses, Business in the Community Ireland also manages Employment Programmes to help people with high barriers to employment get into the work place. One of these programmes is EPIC â€“ Employment for People from Immigrant Communities. The face of Ireland has changed hugely in the past decade and
A&L Goodbodytoday are hosting a seminar to over 100 non-profit organisations on Governance at their offices on North Wall Quay. Paul White Chairman and Partner A&L Goodbody is the keynote speaker with Kevin Prendergast the Head of Advocacy and Assessment in the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement, a member of
October 8th 2013, Dublin: In a consumer driven business environment where customers are increasingly conscious of their purchasing decisions,
Our Ready for Work programme is a powerful initiative that provides work experience and guidance to people who are homeless or in other ways distanced from the job market. Over 70 companies have provided work placements or other supports, reporting that they see the benefits too, including enhancement of reputation and staff development. Ready for