We have completed the second update of the Business Working Responsibly Mark since its launch in 2012 by releasing version three of the Business Working Responsibly Mark questionnaire
Davy Group and its employees have announced a three year community partnership as part of their Corporate Responsibility programme helping people
For Gas Networks Ireland managing director Sean Casey, Corporate and Social Responsibility is a business imperative – particularly in a business that relies as heavily as his does on general good will. “If you believe in doing things the right way for the community and for the environment, that will spread, you will get a
The Schools’ Business Partnership currently has a very attractive 1 day per week role in Galway
News Highlights • Intel Ireland has selected Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) and the Friends of St. Luke’s as its 2015 Signature Charities • Employees will engage in series of different activities and events throughout the year to raise awareness and fund funds for the signature charities • €56,000 was raised in 2014 for
The winners of the 51st BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (#BTYSTE) have been announced. Transition year students Ian O’Sullivan and Eimear Murphy, both aged 16, from Colaiste Treasa, Kanturk, Co Cork have taken home the top prize for their project entitled, ‘Alcohol consumption: Does the apple fall far from the tree?’. The announcement was
2015 is a milestone year for eircom and Special Olympics Ireland as these organisations celebrate 30 years of working together.
On Friday January 23rd our sister organisation, The Community Foundation for Ireland, announced the winners of this year’s Philanthropist of the Year Award. The winners are: Brendan O’Carroll as National Philanthropist of the Year for his work with St Vincent de Paul. BNY Mellon as Corporate Philanthropist of the Year for their work with Acquired
2014 has been a year of steady growth for the Governance Code. By year end, 99 organisations had been verified as being fully compliant with the Code.
The Business Working Responsibly Mark is Ireland’s only certification for responsible and sustainable business practices, it is audited by the NSAI and based on ISO 26000. It allows companies to benchmark their sustainable policies against other businesses and ultimately gain certification for high standards within this area. To date 16 companies have successfully achieved the Mark and many