Being a responsible business helps Northern Trust Limerick engage staff, help its local community and win business in a competitive environment.
We regularly share on our social media channels the latest news, insights, and articles on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability both from Ireland and the rest of the world. Here’s a roundup of some of the main stories shared this month: CSR COMMUNICATION Beyond the PDF: 5 Tips to Leverage CSR Reports for Greatest ROI via Triple Pundit 5 Ways Social Media is driving CSR via Edie.net Reporting Matters 2014 (Reporting Matters 2014, launched at the WBCSD’s
Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the country. Through the “Women in Technology” scholarship program, Intel hopes to increase awareness and encourage a new generation of high-achieving women to take up the challenge of a career in technology. Intel Shannon works closely with
Sodexo is one of the world’s largest services companies. With 420,000 employees in 80 countries it is the 18th largest employer in the world. As a services company, people are Sodexo’s key asset and the company firmly believes that an inclusive culture is imperative to its continued success. A diverse and inclusive culture not only
This month we are hearing from Kenneth Daly, Head of Selling and Marketing at M&S Ireland. Please describe your role and responsibilities and how many years you have been in the company I started in M&S in September 1997 and have worked in Ireland and the UK in my career to date in a variety
As part of companies’ CSR policies, there are a growing number of businesses who are prioritising the integration of rigorous corruption prevention into their overall business plan. Common features of such programmes include: Detailed policies on company-specific bribery issues Policies on conflicts of interest Guides on political and charitable contributions Management procedures outlining frameworks for
As an organisation that promotes sustainable and responsible business practices, it is especially important for us to lead by example and report on our own sustainability.
Sustainable Procurement is an approach to purchasing products and services that takes into account the economic, environmental and social impacts of an organisation’s buying choices, at all times. Committing to a policy of sustainable procurement is about ensuring that the values that are core to the business are transferred through the organisation’s supply chain into
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