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April Rewind: top five responsible business resources

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A roundup of key responsible business resources and activities published in April to keep you right up to date.

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Key resources published during April

April’s top five responsible business resources:

  • Prioritise People: unlock the value of a thriving workforce: this report, specifically of interested to CFOs, demonstrates how focusing on wellbeing supports employees to thrive. The evidence from BITC and the McKinsey Health Institute supports the economic value proposition (EVP) for investing in health and wellbeing and creates a case for investment to boost productivity, retention and attraction.
  • Upskilling for All: no one left behind: this factsheet explores how businesses can support and equip low-skilled and low-paid employees with knowledge and upskilling opportunities to advance in their social mobility.
  • Creating Partnerships that Connect Untapped Talent and Jobs: with many businesses struggling to recruit, this toolkit will help your organisation create high-impact partnerships to support your inclusive recruitment practices.
  • Overcoming the Three Key Challenges to Buying Circular: Peter Ramsey, Campaign Manager, Circular Procurement, Business in the Community), on how a joint approach can overcome the three challenges to buying circular.

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    • Investing in Our Planet: to mark Earth Day, Gudrun Cartwright, BITC’s Climate Action Director, talks about the different ways in which businesses can Invest in Our Planet and the actions we need to take.


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