Values, Ethics and Culture
Our June Forum, kindly hosted by Wales & West Utilities, will focus on the important role procurement plays in the promotion and embedding of responsible business into the Welsh economy.
This workshop will allow businesses of all sizes and from all sectors to share best practices and the challenges that they have faced in respecting human rights in Scotland and globally.
The fifth Social Value Summit, the leading event in its field, will take place on 28th February in London. The Summit brings together more than 350 commissioners and providers from across the public, private and social sectors.
This briefing paper sets out three of the challenges that business face in respecting human rights: ensuring human rights are relevant, getting beyond a policy statement, and measuring progress.
This five point framework helps companies make the case for responsible and sustainable business to their investors.
This briefing paper sets out the case for linking immersive ‘out of office’ programmes to business strategy. Published alongside the Leadership Debate taking place in Responsible Business Week 2015.
Matt Appleby (Director, BITC Cymru) asks whether it is time to rethink the role of business in Wales and beyond.
Almost half of the Welsh workforce says they won’t be able to afford to retire when they reach State Pension Age - 48% of the workforce in Wales aged 40-64 say they will not have enough money to retire when they reach state pension age.
This event is one of BITC Cymru's regular Members' Forums.
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