Today (22nd May) is the International Day for Biodiversity and BITCI is marking it by announcing our Biodiversity Photography Competition!
The Mark is operated by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), the non-profit organisation dedicated to sustainability and it is third-party audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI). 25 organisations in Ireland have now achieved the Business Working Responsibly Mark
Last month, Ulster Bank in Ireland published its 2016 Sustainability Report. The Report captures the bank’s activities and achievements in 2016, and its progress in building a more sustainable bank – one that is agile in responding to the changing needs of customers, becoming a great place to work and continuing to support its local
Three Ireland and An Cosán Virtual Community College (VCC), in partnership with Limerick Youth Service , announce a new fully funded online community development programme for Limerick’s young adults. Beginning in early May, the ‘Introduction to Community Development’ programme is a six-week programme and is aimed at young people (18+) who are interested in gaining skills in digital literacy, social action and youth leadership while
Ricoh Ireland announced that it has donated print and document management devices worth more than €175,000 to Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, allowing the hospital to make significant savings. The savings will now be redistributed within the overall hospital budget and can be used to fund medical devices and equipment. Ricoh donated the suite of
In the first of a new series, BITCI board member Kyran Johnson, General Manager Janssen Supply Chain Ireland discusses his views on sustainability and why it matters to business.
On Tuesday 26th of April, BITC Ireland held the first Learning Network meeting for this year with the theme:Biodiversity, Wellbeing and Employee Engagement.
Volunteers teamed up with Pupils from Holycross National School and Scoil Ursula to build the roller coasters and in the process learn about working together and taking advantage of different skills to create innovative inventions.
Three-quarters (76%) of Millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work and nearly two-thirds (64%) won’t take a job if a potential employer doesn’t have strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices, according to the 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study.