COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a radical rethink in how we do business. Many businesses have risen to the challenge supporting their employees and communities to help weather the storm. Learn about the positive ways organisations have responded to the pandemic in our COVID-19 Responsible Business Stories.

Business in the Community (BITC) is asking organisations to seize the opportunity and #BuildBackResponsibly. We set out new priorities for how business can deliver the change that is needed for society and the planet. Work with us and make a difference.
In response to the pandemic BITC launched the National Business Response Network (NBRN) to identify community needs across the UK and match them to the right business support. Through BITC’s vast regional and local connections and leaders, we are able to identify national and local community needs. The network then connects businesses who have the resources to help.
Learn more about the National Business Response Network (NBRN).

 

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Blogs

Mental Health, Loss and Bereavement

The experience of bereavement is unique to each person, writes Mark Allan, Commercial Director UK Insurance.
Blogs

Banking responsibly after COVID-19

John Elkington, Founder and Chief Pollinator, Volans, on how the retail banking sector must use its considerable influence to shape an economy that delivers for both people and the planet.
Blogs

How business can support young people into employment in times of COVID-19

Discussing the role employers can play in future proofing opportunities for all young people at a time of unprecedented change and economic uncertainty.
Case Studies

COVID-19: Gower College Swansea meeting immediate needs and embedding long-term opportunities

Gower College Swansea has demonstrated an innovative and holistic approach to the COVID-19 pandemic supporting their employees, key workers and their local communities.
Fact Sheets

COVID-19: Future proofing qualifications

This factsheet COVID-19: Future proofing qualifications provides information to employers on how to make recruitment processes more accessible to young people.