At our recent National Network Meeting hosted by eir members had the opportunity to take part in a workshop on ‘Storynomics – the key to Communication’ with Alan Shortt of Media Skills Ireland. Here below are some tips that can be actioned as part of your CSR Community strategy. What are the challenges in
In the last six weeks, Business in the Community held four briefing sessions for organisations applying for the Business Working Responsibly mark this year—one session for each of the questionnaire’s categories. The briefings are one component of the support provided to companies applying for the Mark. The purpose of the sessions is to: familiarise Mark applicants
Bord na Móna has recently confirmed that it has rehabilitated close to 12,000 hectares of the company’s boglands which amounts to over fifteen percent of its total landholding to date. As part of that work, the company has actively restored over 1,000 hectares of raised bog since 2009 and aims to increase this figure in
Thank you to all the wonderful Irish companies who support our Business Action on Education through our Schools’ Business Partnership and Time to Read.
In this month of our In Conversation with series we are delighted to talk to Geraldine Kearney, Group Director of Sustainability at Glanbia. Please describe your role and responsibilities and how many years you have been in the company I was appointed Group Director of Sustainability in 2015, having joined the organisation
KPMG Ireland just completed a programme called ‘KPMG Ignite’ aimed at empowering young women by improving their self-confidence. The firm linked with the Jesus and Mary School in Goatstown targeting 30 transition year students from the school. The initiative exposed the students to female role models and helped participants to maximize their individual potential and
eir recently launched a new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, the eir Fund – Connecting Communities. This new programme is a key element of eir’ s CSR strategy, designed to enable eir employees make a positive impact in their community and to enable the company to do more to support local community causes throughout Ireland.
Accenture released its new Corporate Citizenship Report, “Making a Measurable Difference,” which explores their progress, performance and goals across their global operations. The report highlights their efforts to collaborate with other organisations to make a difference in the communities where they work and live, including: The Skills to Succeed initiative, which has equipped more than 1.2 million people around the world with the