Veolia is Ireland’s leading environmental services company. They provide a comprehensive range of energy, waste and water solutions and are dedicated to carbon reduction, protecting the environment and building the circular economy. Veolia has been shortlisted for the Chambers Ireland CSR Awards 2018 for their focus on well-being in the workplace. At Veolia, well-being has
Fujitsu is Japan’s leading information and communication technology company and has a proud history working with Irish customers for over 50 years, providing a full range of technology products, solutions and services. One of Fujitsu’s key corporate goals is ‘human-centric innovation’ where technology can enable smarter, sustainable societies. This influences all that we do and
Many businesses support employees to set up employee networks. While the name may vary (diversity network groups, employee resource groups etc), the purpose is typically to foster inclusion in the workplace. The networks provide a forum for cohorts of employees who share a common interest or challenge at work. The most common themes are Women
Project Update: On Monday, August 20, 2018 BITCI members came together to discuss Diageo’s Open Doors Initiative which is intended to address barriers to employment for some of the most marginalised groups in Irish society. Attendees were provided with information regarding the commitment they would be required to make to become a founding member of
We are delighted to share advance notice of an exciting new employment project that BITCI are engaging in with one of our founding member companies, Diageo. As you are possibly aware, Diageo successfully delivered their Learning for Life programme (please see here and here for more info) with a new focus on asylum seekers and migrants. They
Accenture is delighted to share our Corporate Citizenship’s latest research: New Skills Now: Inclusion in the Digital Economy Digital innovations are transforming the world of work, we are beginning to see the effects of the unprecedented pace and scale of technological change and flows of information disrupting labour markets and fundamentally altering the future of work. This period of rapid technological acceleration brings
International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women and highlights gender equality. With the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away, the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day 2018 is #PressforProgress. To mark the day in Ireland hundreds of events
On the 21st November we held our Employability Programme Roundtable. The event was hosted by Standard Life and there was great participation by many member companies interested in this area. Learn some of the key features of both the Standard Life and Vodafone Returners programme that were discussed.