25th February – In light of National Employment Week, Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) announces Ireland’s first business-mental health services partnership, Slí Beatha.
Accenture Research: Parents are Major Influencers but Struggle to Advise Daughters on Careers in Science and Technology
All welcome to Intel Supply Chain Connections Event: Promoting Women at the Heart of Economic Growth on the 6th March.
Over the course of 2013 Diageo Ireland donated more than €1 million to charities, community groups and social entrepreneurs across Ireland. This total figure includes charitable donations, bursaries, Arthur Guinness Fund payments and Arthur Guinness Projects payments. Diageo has paid tribute to all staff who took part in charitable fundraising and volunteering in 2013 for a
‘Engineering is not just a job; it is a fascinating career that can take you anywhere in the world!’ That was the message from Bellanaboy as Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) hosted a group of secondary school students as part of national Engineers Week. Sixty students from Gaelcholáiste Chomáin, Rossport and St Brendan’s College, Belmullet
PwC’s people have helped three Irish charities through the firm’s “People Giving Scheme”. Irish Cancer Society, National Burns Unit of St James’ Hospital and St Vincent de Paul were the three charities chosen by PwC staff for the year 2013. The scheme provides them with an easy forum through which to make donations to the
Making Consistent Impact: Environmental Trends, Supports and Best Practice How are businesses in Ireland performing with regard to their environmental responsibilities? How does your company compare? What are the best companies doing to ensure they cut costs, reduce their environmental impacts and remain competitive and innovative? Who can support you on this journey? Business in
Business in the Community Ireland is a network partner with Ashoka the leading global network of social entrepreneurs on a Social and Business Co-Creation Competition.
Meet the mentor! Barry Coleman from LIT I can still remember how hard it was to navigate my way through the secondary school years and I was always thankful for the guidance of my two older brothers who, although I didn’t realise it at the time, were my ‘unofficial’ mentors. For this reason, and because
Learning Time on the Luas Line! Jenessa Scott a 5th year student from St Aidan’s Community School tells us about his experience of visiting transport company Veolia… St. Paul’s class from St Aidan’s attended a tour of Veolia, the Luas company. We learned a lot during our visit to Veolia, we learned how the tram