One of the big topics that Corporate Citizenship is focusing on in 2016 is impact. Lots of companies talk about their impact – but what does it actually mean? And why are so many interested in it? Click here to read more about the key trends for impact.
An increasing amount of evidence reveals the way in which diversity is thought of within an organization is transforming. This is not only a social issue, but also a business one given corporate diversity can in fact impact business success.
The latest announcement by the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) to open up its proposed comply-or-explain ruling on sustainability reporting to the public is the latest in a series of major initiatives the bourse has undertaken to put sustainability on board level agendas. Junice Yeo discusses how Singapore is taking sustainability reporting by the horns.
To kick the New Year off, Corporate Citizenship is delighted to welcome three new companies to the LBG member network this month – Port of Milford Haven, Stora Enso Oyj and Berkeley Foundation.
Corporate Citizenship’s Junice Yeo, Director Southeast Asia made her TV debut earlier this week, appearing in an interview on Channel News Asia (CNA).
Corporate Citizenship is pleased to be the sole provider of GRI G4 certified training courses in Singapore. The first training of 2016 is scheduled for the 22 & 23 February 2016, and will be delivered through a two-day intensive workshop in Singapore. Click here to find out more and to access the training brochure.
So it’s finally arrived. Representatives from more than 190 governments are gathering at a landmark UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris. Their aim? To achieve a binding and universal agreement on climate change, for the first time in over 20 years of negotiations. Read on as Alex asks whether businesses can lead the way.in the post COP21 world.
It’s a little over a month since the UK Modern Slavery Act came into force, following in the footsteps of its precursor, The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act. Alex Ferrand explores how businesses can go about reporting their approach to human trafficking and slavery.