Coillte is pleased to announce that the company has won the Millicom Award for Environmental & Corporate Sustainability at the European Business Awards ceremony, held on Thursday 6th June, 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey. Speaking at the ceremony Gerry Britchfield, Acting Chief Executive of Coillte said: “We are delighted to win this award and to be
One of the key trends in CSR is how Europe is looking at the reporting of non-financial information. There is a concerted effort to show how CSR practices underpin the Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
Driving Innovation through Sustainable Procurement in the Services Sector was the theme of the June 12 Workshop for Members of the BITCI Responsible Business Network, led by Senior Consultant, Darina Eades.
For the last eight years, ESB has been working with the students and staff of Rosmini Community School, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 through the Skills at Work Programme and more recently, through one-to-one mentoring of 5th and 6th year students. Engagement with Rosmini, and six other schools throughout the country, has been facilitated by Business in the Community Ireland’s Schools Business Partnership
For the second year in a row Shell E&P Ireland Ltd will support a number of students to undertake scholarships at Irish language summer colleges in Erris. The scheme, which will see ten scholarships awarded to the successful candidates, is open to students attending any of the four second level colleges in the area. The
Business in the Community recently held a diversity and inclusion breakfast on gender equality in Cork which was co-hosted by our members Sodexo and Bord Gáis Networks. The event provided a forum in which ways to tackle unconscious bias in the workplace could be shared in an open, informal and collaborative format with other companies
October 10th Launch of Responsible Business Week The official launch of Responsible Business Week 2012, this event will feature top keynote speakers as well as results of our annual research around responsible business in Ireland.The survey, conducted by Amárach Research, explores CEO attitudes towards Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability in Ireland today. We will hear from