Rachael Saunders, Education Director, Business in the Community on the r
This year’s Responsible Business Awards Gala Dinner was in partnership with Anglian Water, Responsible Business of the Year 2017, and was hosted by Sir Lenny Henry. Business Minister Andrew Griffiths was a special guest at the Gala and took part in a lively Q&A session with our Responsible Business 2018 Young Presenters.
The Awards Gala Dinner celebrated and championed the hundreds of inspiring businesses who entered the awards and who make a difference by taking action to build more inclusive workplaces, stronger communities and address global challenges.
Business in the Community’s Scotland Director, Alan Thornburrow, will today moderate a high-level workshop attended by senior business leaders as part of the OECD’s 2018 Global Forum on Responsible Business Conduct.
Taking place in Paris on 20th and 21st June, the Global Forum brings together stakeholders from business, trade unions, civil society and academia to debate key global social and economic challenges related to responsible business conduct.
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Over 11 million people in the UK have a criminal record, yet three quarters of employers admit to discriminating against applications with a criminal conviction. Employing ex-offenders gives companies access to a diverse pool of talent and brings down the £15 billion a year cost of reoffending for businesses, taxpayers and communities.
Stephen Farrant, Director of Sustainability, Innovation and Sectors on why purpose-driven