Which 5 characteristics ensure both the survival of flagship community programmes, and that they deliver value to society and the business itself? Corporate Citizenship identified these key characteristics following the latest international research into corporate community investment and the emerging trend which is flagship programmes.
On the 19th Feb we are hosting a DJSI webinar in cooperation with RobecoSAM to explore the benefits of sustainability benchmarking through DJSI. We will be joined by Robert Dornau, Senior Manager at RobecoSAM and Lily Heinemann, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Community Investment at Royal Mail Group.
In the 6th and final blog in our materiality series, Peter Truesdale rounds of the series, asserting that increasingly materiality is about taking more ownership of the issue at hand.
Some businesses are not getting the basics right. Nick Jackson argues that this is holding back the corporate responsibility agenda.
If you missed our live online circular economy Q&A this month, not to worry, we have created a handy summary of the Q&A content! For some easy circular economy reading, take a look at the key points highlighted in this round-up. BT, BAM Construct, Riversimple and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation can all be thanked for the brilliant insights and suggestions.
It’s not easy being a Millennial, writes Charlie Ashford – especially when companies expect you to solve all their problems.
In his third entry as part of a series of blogs on materiality, Peter Truesdale continues his investigation, discussing the importance of corporate risk when determining which issues are most material to a business.
If you are reporting to GRI standards, by 31st December you must use GRI G4. If you are now wondering what this means for you and your organisation then take a look at our handy 1-pager guide. Click here to download a copy.