Engagement & Wellbeing

Responsible Business Week (23-27 April 2018) is an annual awareness campaign which celebrates the brighter side of business by sharing great responsible business success stories.

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Our ambition is a diverse, skilled and healthy workforce that actively volunteers in communities, with business setting public targets on diversity, fair pay, productivity and wellbeing.
This South West Peer Learning Forum will focus on embedding wellbeing into organisational culture. Peer Learning Forums are opportunities for BITC members to focus on a topic, share challenges and discuss solutions as well as network with peers.
An introduction to Business in the Community's new Responsible Business Tracker, a tool to help businesses track how responsible they are. 
 
This event will discuss what sexual harassment is, which employees are most at risk, why it remains so prevalent and what employers can do to tackle it and create an inclusive culture. We will share with attendees the research, best practice examples and recommendations, and then open the conversation up for a round table discussion under the Chatham House rule.
An introduction to Business in the Community's new Responsible Business Tracker, a tool to help businesses track how responsible they are.
An introduction to Business in the Community's new Responsible Business Tracker, a tool to help businesses track how responsible they are.
An introduction to Business in the Community's new Responsible Business Tracker, a tool to help businesses track how responsible they are.
An introduction to Business in the Community's new Responsible Business Tracker, a tool to help businesses track how responsible they are.
Based on findings from a BITC Inquiry supported by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, Beyond Pay calls on employers to take concerted action to improve low-paid employment.
This course looks at how to use Corporate Responsibility to engage your employees and how to use engaged employees to embed your Corporate Responsibility.
Business is waking up to the scale of poor mental health in the workplace, but there is still a long way to go.