Healthy Communities

Business in the Community’s (BITC) Healthy Communities focus is about influencing responsible business practices that make jobs accessible and attractive to all. Once people are in post employers need to ensure they are healthy, happy and engaged. They should feel they belong, have a voice, are valued and are able to be their true selves.

Healthy Communities is one part of BITC’s Responsible Business MapTM, which guides our members on a journey of continuous improvement, working across the whole responsible business agenda.

Business in the Community is a network of progressive businesses who look beyond the profit motive, who want to make a difference within society and who are prepared to collaborate to bring about change.

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Businesses Must Be There For Young People

Jacob Sakil – youth activist, community strategist, Youth Justice Board Member, and former Young Mayor of Lewisham 2009/10 – shares his experience of employment and how businesses need to take action against the crisis affecting young people.

The First Step in Creating Data Driven Diversity Strategies

A comprehensive guide to the relatively new collection and analysis of workforce data. Read more and then go to the GLA website to download.

After furlough: Three ways employers can act responsibly

Learn about the three ways for organisations to act responsibly: mitigating the impact of tough decisions to make a positive contribution to a young person’s future.