Integrating, Managing and Reporting
The CommunityMark is the UK’s only national standard that publically recognises excellence in community investment.
All too often, investors are uninterested in the sustainability performance of the companies they invest in. The Investor Project aims to provide CR professionals and CEOs with insight and tools to explain to shareholders the value of sustainability in protecting or creating competitive advantage.
The CR or Corporate Responsibility Index helps identify gaps for improvement and reinforces good practice, track progress over time and drive continuous improvement, benchmark performance against peers and leading practice and engage board members and raise awareness of CR issues internally.
A community footprint is made up of the difference a company makes to the local economy, local people and locality it works in. Business in the Community is currently developing tools to help companies measure the impact they make on their communities.
The Responsible Business Check Up identifies gaps in your company's CR provision, benchmarks it against similar companies, allows tracking of progress, and provides direction and guidance on developing a strategic approach to integrating CR throughout your operations.
Responsible business practice is no longer just about corporate social responsibility or a CSR programme, it's about integrating responsible practices into business strategy and throughout your operations.
An initiative which brings together commerce and education has resulted in over 80 school-business partnerships thriving from Bethesda to Bridgend, with collaborations flourishing in every local authority area in Wales.
Kingspan Insulated Panels is a leading global manufacturer of advanced building envelope systems and solutions for the creation of high performing, energy efficient buildings. Based in Holywell, North Wales, it is the biggest division within the Kingspan Group.
Originally known as RCT Homes, the business rebranded in 2007 as Trivallis. It is a registered social landlord, operating in the Rhondda Cynon Taff area of South Wales, following the transfer of RCT Council’s housing stock.
Costain is 150 years old and was started by a carpenter in Liverpool as a house builder. Now Costain delivers major construction and infrastructure projects across the UK and beyond. With over 4,000 people employed across the UK, Costain believes that the strength of the company is built on its employees, from the ground up – through apprentices to graduates.
Companies House is the executive government agency which incorporates and dissolves limited companies, registers and maintains the information that companies are legally required to supply and makes this information available to the public.
Amcanu is a small business employing 35 members of staff operating in Burry Port, Carmarthenshire. It specialises in the manufacture of world class attenuation enclosures which in turn help to maintain the optimum performance of pumps and compressors.
Alun Griffiths Contractors was founded in 1968, is still privately owned, and is one of Wales’ leading civil engineering firms, delivering infrastructure projects across the country and supporting the economic growth of Wales.
Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles is a family-owned micro business that manufacturers sustainable giant bubble toys and mixes and performs at events and has recently diversified into an on-site Bubble Barn (shop) and Café.
Wales & West Utilities (WWU) doesn’t sell gas; it uses its extensive network of pipes to transport gas to homes and businesses throughout Wales and the south west of England. It responds to gas emergencies, and invests £2m every day across the network, connecting new properties and replacing old metal pipes with new long lasting plastic ones.
Rhondda Housing Association (RHA) is a 37-year old not-for-profit social landlord that manages over 1,700 homes, provides housing support for vulnerable tenants and works to alleviate poverty in communities across Rhondda Cynon Taf.
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