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June Rewind: top five responsible business resources

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

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Key resources published during June

June’s top five responsible business resources: 

  • Optimising bioresources: this report highlights the value of reducing water pollution and asks Government and regulators to take on a series of principles that have been developed with the participants of our events.
  • Equal parental leave: read these two case studies from Aviva and Hodge to learn how these BITC members have tackled equal parental leave in the workplace.
  • Responsible decision-making in times of crisis: this blog examines how businesses can responsibly navigate crises.
  • World Refugee Day: we marked the date by telling the story of Sayed and how he found employment thanks to BITC’s STEP employability programme.
  • Suicide prevention during the cost-of-living crisis: learn how employers can mitigate the risk of suicide and find out what resources BITC has published to prioritise mental and health wellbeing in the workplace.

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