Corporate responsibility is about improving the impact of a business on society - your stakeholders. This course looks at how to engage those stakeholders effectively. This course is accredited by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
- Business in the Community -The Prince’s Responsible Business Network, brings together 200 leaders from business, government, academia and civil society at Waste to Wealth Summit to commit to work collectively to help double the nation’s resource productivity and eliminate avoidable waste by 2030
- Burger King, European Metal Recycling, Interface, JLL, Nestle, Sainsbury’s and Sodexo announced as Waste to Wealth Champions
In response to the Chancellor announcing details on a new tax on plastic packaging containing less than 30% recyclable plastic in today’s Budget, Gudrun Cartwright, environment director at Business in the Community comments on the need for businesses to rethink their resources for the 21st century to help their bottom line, as well as the planet.
Following an employer event at HMP Brixton in London on 16 October marking the start of the campaign's 5th anniversary, Ban the Box is at HMP Edinburgh today to look at how to remove those barriers.
In collaboration with Cyrenians and Release Scotland, Business in the Community is bringing 14 businesses into the prison to meet with prisoners and discuss pathways to employment for people with criminal convictions in Scotland.
Since 2013, more than 110 employers, including the entire Civil Service, have committed to creating fair employment opportunities for ex-offenders across about 800,000 roles. Recent sign ups include Fujitsu, Saint Gobain, Prestige Recruitment and Barkers LLP, proving all sectors and sizes of business can Ban the Box.