May Rewind: top five responsible business resources
If your organisation wants to improve its strategy in key issue areas and have a greater impact on society, Business in the Community (BITC’s) resources can help you make a positive impact on the people and places around you.
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Key resources published during May
May’s top five responsible business resources:
- Setting Ambitious Targets to Accelerate Responsible Business Toolkit
This toolkit enables businesses to set and measure goals that reflect the scale of issues facing the world today.
- Why be a Responsible Business
Download this factsheet to explore the research-based benefits of being a responsible business.
- Has your Business Responded to the Cost-of-Living crisis?
Hannah Tankard, Partnerships Director at Business in the Community (BITC) on how BITC is meeting the needs of communities during the cost-of-living crisis and what your business can do to support, today.
- Levers of responsible business: Use this factsheet to identify the barriers and enablers of responsible business and a list of levers to multiply efforts to maximise impact.
- Finding employment with AXA and Job Coaching
Read how BITC’s Job Coaching programme benefits both the participant and the mentor. Helping to develop problem-solving skills for both.
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Learning at Work week
We celebrated Learning at Work Week (15 -21 May) by sharing key statistics, case studies and coaching stories from BITC’s Job Coaching programme. The programme, supported by AXA UK aims to engage businesses across the UK to support job seekers through a series of coaching sessions. 533 jobseekers have received support in the last year, and 50% have secured employment or a positive destination.
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