Winter is over! We all love longer days, warmer weather, and the early signs of spring as the trees start to bud and the frothy white blackthorn blossom emerges in the hedgerows. There’s no better time of year to celebrate Ireland’s natural heritage whilst promoting the health and well-being aspects of being in nature to
To help you stay informed on all things CSR please find below a collection of recent national and international news items and reports that we have tracked and shared on social media during the month of February. Via BBC Business: Companies in the UK with more than 250 employees that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables under plans announced on Friday. Those with more than 250 employees will be forced to reveal their pay gap. The regulations will affect
In 2016 Chambers Ireland will host the 13th Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Awards. We are proud of our involvement with Chambers Ireland on the CSR Awards.
Welcome to our new In Conversation With CSR Professionals Series, this month we are delighted to feature Emily Maher, the Sustainability Advisor at KBC Bank Ireland.
KPMG has reaffirmed its commitment to skills based corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Ireland with the launch of its annual CSR report, ‘ Our CSR Story ’. ‘ Our CSR Story ‘ highlights KPMG’s award-winning skills based endeavours in CSR over the past eighteen months and brings together, in a collection of short stories, the wide range of communities and charities
ISPCC Childline and the Vodafone Ireland Foundation are delighted to announce a major five year partnership that aims to keep children safe by keeping them connected. The Partnership will: provide the charity with €2 million in direct funding from the Vodafone Foundation over five years provide a commitment to covering the call costs for the
Recently Accenture hosted ‘Girls in STEM’ bringing together 1,800 girls from across five locations in the UK and Ireland. The girls, aged 11 – 15, had the chance to try their hand at coding, take part in workshops and hear from inspirational speakers from the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) sector, including representatives from the
Ireland’s ambition to launch Europe’s next generation of software coders via the Junior Cycle took a further step forward last week with the help of computing innovation world leader Intel. Over 50 junior cycle teachers spent a day exploring Coding at the Intel Ireland Campus in Leixlip, with the company also making a donation