These case studies provide examples of the ways we have supported our clients in developing and integrating responsible business practices.
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.
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.
Following seven years of using the CR Index and achieving a Platinum Big Tick in 2013 CR Index ranking, Legal & General chose it as their trusted management and benchmarking tool to undertake a Global Portfolio Benchmark.
BITC supported Heathrow Airport to develop an engagement model during a time of difficulty for the aviation industry.
FirstTranspennine contacted BITC as the organisation was interested in producing a CR report.
Britvic participated in BITC’s 2014 CR Index, and upon receiving their results in March they were keen to take a deeper look into the gaps identified by the survey.
British Airways approached BITC as it was looking to review its approach to stakeholder engagement in order to finalise its CSR strategy and ensure it was focusing on the right key issues for the company.
In 2013 a large UK based technology company approached BITC to review the level of alignment between CR Initiatives and their business strategy and suggest recommendations for improvement.
In 2012 EE used the CR Index as a tool to conduct baseline assessment and prioritise next steps. Using BITC findings and recommendations, EE entered the CR Index in 2013 and achieved an impressive improvement.
BITC worked together with Camelot Group (Camelot) to provide critical feedback on the company’s draft Corporate Responsibility (CR) strategy.