Wednesday, April 18th 2012: Business in the Community Ireland is offering a one-day workshop on ‘Driving corporate responsibility through effective change management’ on Wednesday 25th April, 2012. The venue is our offices at 32 Lower O’Connell St., Dublin 1 and the time is from 10am to 4pm. The course is based on content licensed from
The Magazine from The Schools’ Business Partnership In this issue: Treats from the south: Kerry Foods & Wexford Creamery A decade of direction: celebrating 10 years of partnership with Johnson & Johnson Powering Forward with Kirby Group and Coláiste Chiaráin
13th March 2012: We are all aware of the health benefits of sports and recreation but the health benefits that arise from our contact with nature are much less appreciated. However there is now strong anecdotal, theoretical and empirical evidence supporting the idea that contact with nature actively supports positive health and well-being. Research from Australia now indicates
Tuesday, 13th March 2012: The network for responsible business consists of over 60 of Irelands top companies and is growing year-on-year. All of our members are working towards a common goal: making Ireland a centre of excellence for responsible and sustainable business practice. We are delighted to welcome our newest members DAA, Mercury and ICT
Monday, 12th March 2012: Our EPIC programme helps immigrants find employment. This very successful programme is based out of our head office in Dublin. People interested in learning more about our programme including the 2012 Training dates can click here.
Monday, 12th March 2012: Great Place to Work are holding their 10th Annual Conference on Thursday 22nd March 2012 at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium. We are delighted to be working with them as strategic partners for this conference and would encourage you to attend. The 2012 Great Place to Work® Conference is the only industry event
Tuesday, 6th March 2012: The 2012 CSR awards were launched by Joan Freeman, CEO and Founder, Pieta House on 6th March at 11am in The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1. The nomination process is now open and applications will be accepted until 12pm Thursday 3rd May 2012. Awards will be presented in the following
Welcome to our guide on how communities and business can work together and mutually benefit from a partnership with one another. The aims of the guide are to: Encourage community and voluntary groups to interpret their needs in terms of business skills, manpower and volunteering time rather than cash Understand the business case for involvement
Throughout 2012, we are hosting a wide range of training, networking and expert seminars on a variety of corporate responsibility topics, many suitable for various departments across our member companies. Click on the Events Calendar to download and get dates in your diary for the year ahead.
Ireland is ready for a Responsible Recovery. If Ireland’s recession was the result – in large part – of irresponsibility, then Ireland’s recovery will demand a very different approach to business practice, to investment and growth. The good news is that Irish businesses are ready for the responsible recovery. The latest Business in the Community