In response to the launch of the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) Deaton Review today, Catherine Sermon, director of campaigns at Business in the Community, said:
Following the launch of BITC’s Waste to Wealth Commitment Campaign, this event sees BITC Cymru showcasing innovative solutions and hearing from leaders in the field of sustainability.
Gender pay gap reporting alone is not enough and should include a clear narrative and action plan with time-bound targets. Action plans need to be communicated transparently internally and externally.
An interactive event sharing the latest trends in UK responsible business, hot off the press from the first data set of the Responsible Business Tracker®. There will also be an opportunity to question and learn from the experiences of other responsible business practitioners.
A scheme that supports companies to partner with schools is providing opportunities to employees and students
Join us to celebrate the leaders in responsible business at Business in the Community's Cymru's Gala Dinner, at the beautiful Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. This event brings together the best and brightest in responsible business and is attended by over 500 guests from across a broad section of businesses.
The BITC Cymru team love going out and getting communities really speaking to each other – businesses and community groups who can work together to make the societies in which we live stronger, happier and more sustainable. We held four ‘conversations’ last year and they worked – so we’re doing two more now this year. Find out what our Community Conversations are all about.
More businesses than ever are working with schools and young people from providing insights into the world of work, senior business people becoming school governors to supporting a school sports day. All interventions are valuable but longer-term needs-led strategic partnerships can provide deeper impact for both the business and school.
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