The responsible business agenda is constantly moving and it is critical that businesses remain aware of changes – be it changes in legislation, environmental factors or best practice in general. It is maintaining this awareness that drives business improvements and creates the best opportunity for success – for all elements of our society.
Being one of the few companies to receive 5-stars in the 2017 CR-Index, we caught up with Yorkshire Water's Chief Executive, Richard Flint to discuss why benchmarking their CR strategy is so important.
Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has sent an alert to all businesses and individuals regarding the Wannacry ransomware incident (WannaCrypt0r) urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice immediately and in the coming days.
This insight paper outlines what good practice for working with supply chains to avoid or mitigate modern slavery within them looks like, including case studies from major companies.
In 2015 AF Blakemore completed BITC’s CR Index on a private basis as a baseline assessment around its responsible business activities and performance. The CR Index was used as a management tool to further integrate responsible business into all parts of the organisation.
This webinar provides participants with a straightforward process for developing a responsible business strategy, the focus is on embedding responsible business at the core of the business strategy.
On 1st March 2015 BITC hosted a webinar on the topic of ‘What does COP21 climate agreement mean for professional services sector?’
A presentation giving practical insights into impact measurement, sharing the expertise and knowledge that we have gathered from supporting organisations.
A webinar giving practical insights into impact measurement, sharing the expertise and knowledge that we have gathered from supporting organisations.
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