July Rewind: top ten resources to date for 2023
Halfway through 2023, this rewind explores the top responsible business resources that Business in the Community (BITC) has published this year. Responsible business practices do not take a break, but this is the perfect time to reflect, recharge and re-think your responsible agenda.
If your organisation wants to improve its strategy in key issue areas and have a greater impact on society, BITC’s resources can help you make a positive impact on the people and places around you.
Why Be a Responsible Business?
BITC defines responsible business as delivering long-term value for all stakeholders by minimising any negative impact and maximising positive impact on society and the environment. Being a responsible business is crucial, as there is no such thing as a neutral business.
This report highlights the benefits of prioritising employee wellbeing in an organsation’s purpose and strategy.
Here are four steps to improve the skills, wellbeing, and job opportunities of disadvantaged young people.
Support your employees, customers, your community and suppliers with this twelve-point action plan
- Ryder: a circular approach to design and construction: Ryder sets an example for other companies to promote environmental sustainability through circular economy practices.
- AXA and Job Coaching: This inspiring case study showcases how AXA supported San in finding employment and forming meaningful relationships through BITC’s Job Coaching programme.
- FSCS Supports Local Communities amid Cost-of-Living Crisis: How Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) tailors support to its local community by using its strengths and harnessing unused resources.
In the news
More than 1,000 businesses commit to making race equality a priority by signing BITC’s Race at Work Charter
Read the full story of the Race at Work charter.
Let’s Talk About Race toolkit –updated for 2023 with insight into terminology from the Race at Work 2021 survey,
On our LinkedIn channel
Applicants of The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality 2023 came together to share insights, challenges and create solutions to ensure the momentum in shifting to more equitable workplaces is maintained.
Read the full story
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