The Business Impact Map on March 29th 2017 were hosted by BT Ireland A PDF of the slides can be found here .
We are delighted to announce that Ronan Murphy has been appointed as the new Chairperson of our Board. Ronan brings with him a wealth of experience, being former Senior Partner of PwC Ireland. Ronan is currently a non-executive director of J&E Davy, Liberty Insurance and ICON plc.
To mark international’s Women’s Day, PwC published a Â report following a major international piece of research amongst nearly 4,000 professionals (women and men) in 70 countries including Ireland entitled â€śWinning the fight for female talentâ€ť. The report found that opportunities for career progression is among the top three most attractive employer traits for both
A&L Goodbody (A&LG) marked International Women’s Day on March 8th by organising two events for their employees. On the morning of International Women’s Day, the firm organised complimentary tea/coffee and pastries in the Restaurant for everyone to celebrate the contribution that women make to the success of the firm. In the evening, A&LG hosted a panel
World Book Day was on 2 March and KPMG used this opportunity to formally launch and celebrate the KPMG Families For Literacy (KFFL) initiative and all the work we do as a firm as part of our commitment to lifelong learning and more specifically literacy.
Business in the Community Ireland, in partnership with CSR Europe andÂ GlobeScan , invite you to participate in a short survey of European business experts to explore how European companies are engaging with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Â Results of the survey will be presented at the European Business Summit in Brussels on May 22,
Parul Sharma engaged all seated at 10 am in A&L Goodbody on March 21, 2017 for the BITCI Workshop on Identifying & Addressing Human Rights Risks in Company Operations & the Supply Chain.
Business and Human Rights is a vast topic and while it is a relatively new concept to some organisations, it is material to all business sectors. The prevalence of human right abuses as a result of corporate operations has no geographic boundary and with increasingly globalised supply chains, the time to act is now.
Wednesday March 29th: 56 socially-minded Irish companies have formed almost 7000 community partnerships and donated over â‚¬32 million in cash donations, in-kind donations and employee fundraising to local charities and community groups.