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UK’s first-ever ‘Social Mobility Employer Index’ - news

By Sangeeta Waldron — The UK’s first-ever Social Mobility Employer Index has released its findings - ranking Britain’s employers on the actions they are taking to ensure they...

Mars, Tesco, Vinci and GE Join Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment - news

By Brian Collett — Four large companies have signed up to the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, an international business alliance campaigning to eliminate fees imposed on...

Getting good guidance  - news

Interview by Adam Woodhall — Ian Joseph has had an eclectic career. He moved from being a pastor to working with those experiencing homelessness and drug addiction, and then took an...

Human rights rise to top of business agenda - news

By Tom Idle — Business respect for human rights has been given a big boost with the “historic step” taken by the French Parliament to green light the much-awaited corporate...

Human rights rise to top of business agenda - news

By Tom Idle — Business respect for human rights was given a big boost with the “historic step” taken by the French Parliament to green light the much-awaited ...

Tracking reward matters in interesting times - news

By Peter Brown —  We first ran the Paydata UK Reward Management Survey back in January 2009 in response to the global financial crisis and because our customers kept asking us what...

The good purpose guide – 9 ways to turn purpose into action within your business - news

By Charlotte West — Business is increasingly required to play a role in society which goes beyond maximising stakeholder profit. So it’s perhaps no surprise that 'purpose’...

Stop Slavery Network formed by hotel industry - news

By Brian Collett — Hoteliers in the UK have combined to stamp out modern slavery throughout their industry. The Stop Slavery Hotel Industry Network has been formed to tackle the risks...

Online job sites dominate UK recruitment market - news

by Vikas Vij — Recruiters need to gear up to the needs of today’s connected generation, which Google calls as Generation “C”. With significant differences in attitudes...

250 core business changes, 2.5 million workers treated better— Ethical Trading Initiative - news

by Brian Collett — Credit for pay increases to 353,000 garment workers in Cambodia and Myanmar during the past five years is claimed by the London-based Ethical Trading Initiative...

The environmental impact of Brexit cannot be overlooked - news

by Tom Idle — The people of the UK could wake up 24 June and find themselves in a very different political landscape. The European Union (EU) Referendum taking place on 23 June poses a...

Is volunteering right for senior managers? - news

Corporate volunteering is on the rise. Tom Idle reports on the emergence of skills-based volunteering schemes for senior managers. Mahatma Gandhi once said “the best way to find...

Motivating models for 21st century employee engagement - news

By Adam Woodhall - Employee engagement is a buzzword that has been around for a long time, but what does it actually mean, and what are the benefits to organisations?  There are many...

Future Perfect? - news

At the end of last year, the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB), a global think tank, published its annual top 10 list of business and human rights issues for 2016. Here we...

Business shifts attitude over importance of employee well-being - news

Fewer than half of the UK businesses surveyed for a staff policies report believed they had a duty of care for employee health. The researchers found that 46% saw staff health as a...

Sweetening the deal for sustainability? - news

More and more companies are linking staff pay and bonuses to sustainability performance. Is it a fad, or a genuine tool to drive employee engagement at scale? And is it having the desired...

British business at risk from 'diversity deficit' finds report - news

New research into the top 10,000 executives in Britain’s most important firms reveals a widening “diversity deficit” which, it maintains, risks putting UK companies at a...

The significance of measuring sustainable impact - news

Last month Acre announced the winners of the first Acre365 recognition programme, writes Andy Carltand. There are other award schemes in the sustainability field, but Acre365 is different as it...

Agents of change recognised by Acre365 - news

London-based sustainability recruitment consultancy Acre has announced the winners of its Acre365 recognition programme, honouring sustainability heroes who have excelled in their first...

US arm of Novartis tops diversity league table - news

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (NPC) has been named the top company for diversity in the US in DiversityInc’s annual league table for the second year in succession. According to...

Novartis named top company for diversity for second year - news

Novartis has been named the top company for diversity in the US in DiversityInc’s annual league table for the second year in a row. The American arm of the Swiss pharma giant also...

FTSE to meet gender target but boards remain “stubbornly white and male” - news

While the 2015 Cranfield Female FTSE Board Report confirms that Britain’s top boardrooms are set to meet the 25% women on boards target this year, critics maintain that the percentage of...

Apple bans bonded labour practices - news

Apple, the US technology multinational regarded as the world’s biggest company, has banned bonded labour and servitude, under which new employees are charged fees on recruitment. The...

Volunteering can boost business as well as community links - news

Paul Buchanan, community director, Business in the Community explains why volunteering is good for the bottom line as well as the spirit Recently I sat in an audience listening to a...

Too few women board directors in Japan - news

Among the world’s 20 leading economies, Japan is worst at getting women on company boards. Women hold only 3 % of seats on the boards of directors at Japan’s largest companies,...

‘Transformational’ volunteering to replace ‘transactional’ in US - news

The days of counting employee volunteer hours as an indicator of valuable community service are on the wane. Corporate volunteer programs in the US and globally are moving in the direction...

One in three disabled jobseekers in UK face discrimination - news

Up to 37% of disabled jobseekers have been discriminated against during the recruitment process according to research commissioned by the Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI)....

Recruiter looks to reward emerging sustainability superstars - news

Acre, the sustainability recruitment consultancy, has launched a recognition programme to find superstars in the sustainability field. Applicants for Acre365 need to have made a significant...

Electronics industry reinforces commitment to tackling forced labour - news

The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) is to conduct shadow audits and increase its industry and government engagement in Malaysia to further combat the issue of forced labour....

BITC urges more to get onboard for Ban The Box - news

Business in the Community is calling on more UK employers to remove the criminal record disclosure tick box from application forms – as part of its Ban the Box campaign. Currently...

Low take-up of Ban the Box blamed on ‘exaggerated fear’ - news

The charity Business in the Community (BITC) is calling on more UK employers to remove the criminal record disclosure tick box from application forms – as part of its Ban the Box campaign,...

EHRC issues guidance to help boost number of women on boards - news

New guidance published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) advises companies, search firms and recruitment agencies about positive steps that can be taken to improve the...

CBI calls for government to address gender pay gap - news

The next Government should ensure there is a UK target for reducing the gender pay gap, says the CBI. The UK's leading business group has called for a commitment from the next Government...

Company values drive success for UK’s Best Workplaces - news

This year’s record number of Best Workplaces attribute their business success to their organisational values. They say their values help build the culture essential for driving individual...

Andrew Sells to chair Natural England - news

Andrew Sells has been confirmed as the Chairman of Natural England. Sells took up the post last month. Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said: “This is an incredibly important role...

BITC calls for ban on criminal-record tick box - news

The charity Business in the Community (BITC) is calling on UK employers to remove the default criminal-record disclosure tick box from job application forms – as part of its Ban the Box...

Companies in Middle East can no longer turn blind eye on human rights - news

Companies operating across the Middle East must uphold human rights according to a new report by an international human rights organisation. The new report, released in Arabic, English and...

Ethics embedded at board level but not training, says IBE - news

More companies than ever before are investing in ethics programmes, according to the latest survey from the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE), citing seven out of 10 respondents investing...

Nestlé rises to challenge of youth unemployment with jobs pledge - news

Nestlé has pledged to create 20,000 positions for young people across Europe over the next three years. The Nestlé needs YOUth Initiative will offer jobs to 10,000 people under...

Community engagement wins back capital's 'lost apprentices' - news

London’s Lord Mayor Roger Gifford hailed this year’s winners of the annual Dragon Awards for their commitment to providing job prospects to people whose skills would otherwise remain...

Dragon Award winners help recover London's 'lost apprentices' - news

London’s Lord Mayor Roger Gifford hailed this year’s winners of the annual Dragon Awards for their commitment to providing job prospects to people whose skills would otherwise remain...

Why inclusive business = responsible business - news

Sandra Kerr, OBE, director of Race for Opportunity, the race equality campaign from Business in the Community, tells Ethical Performance why diversity is key to the responsible business...

Awards celebrate corporate responsibility & sustainability - news

Jaguar Land Rover has been crowned Business in the Community’s 2013 Responsible Business of the Year, taking over the mantle from British high street stalwart Marks & Spencer. The...

A framework for maximising employee engagement - news

The UK is ranked ninth amongst the world’s twelve largest economies for employee engagement levels (Kenexa 2009). Productivity statistics also paint a worrying picture with a recent ONS...

Jaguar Land Rover drives into top spot at BITC business awards - news

Jaguar Land Rover was crowned Business in the Community’s 2013 Responsible Business of the Year at a gala dinner in London earlier this week, taking over the mantle from British high...

SAP in autism-focused recruitment drive - news

The German computer software giant SAP has launched a recruitment drive to attract people with autism to join it as software testers. “Only by employing people who think differently...

Casting the net further - news

We’re living in a fast-changing world where the make-up of our communities is evolving like never before. So how is business responding and what is “encouraging diversity “...

All in a good day's work - news

The positive effects of employee volunteering on the community sector have long been recognised but there is less understanding of the benefits that volunteering can bring to a business and...

Tristan Forster honoured for human rights leadership - news

The first-ever global award to recognise business leaders engaged in combating human trafficking has been awarded to Tristan Forster, ceo of FSI Worldwide. “The main purpose of the...

EU seeks to engage business on CSR with guide on trade union rights and child labour - news

The right to join a trade union and conduct collective bargaining are the main features of an EU draft guide to human rights in business and now out for public consultation. One of the...

Walk the walk, but ensure you also talk the talk - news

As markets become increasingly competitive, every company knows it's vital to recruit and retain the best staff. What some may not realise, however, is that implementing a clear CSR strategy...

Sport governing bodies unite to fight illegal betting and corrupt result fixing - news

Corrupt and irregular betting patterns in the UK are being fought by a group formed to counter what has been called the biggest threat facing sport.    Governing bodies...

Buying into a world without fashion victims - news

In the first CSR Breakfast roundtable, hosted by Ethical Performance and London-based consultancy Lumina, an invited group of senior fashion industry CSR professionals discussed the ethical...

US leads growth in chief sustainability positions - news

The number of chief sustainability officers (CSOs) in the US is accelerating, though it may be difficult for outsiders and new talent aspiring to the role to get a foot on the ladder....

Daimler sets out ten-year way ahead - news

Daimler has announced ten-year sustainability targets in its latest CSR report. The German car manufacturer has made 51 pledges, from traffic safety to gender equality, in an effort to sharpen...

Investors target 25 firms over human trafficking - news

A coalition of institutional investors has sent a statement to 25 companies asking them to give top priority to the eradication of human trafficking and ‘modern-day slavery’ in their...

CSO role gains ground as Coca-Cola appoints Perez - news

Coca-Cola has become one of a growing group of companies to create a post of chief sustainability officer (CSO) to oversee corporate responsibility matters close to board level. The...

ethics training for employees falls - news

There has been a drop in the number of UK companies providing ethics training for staff, a new Institute of Business Ethics survey has revealed. Only six out of ten UK companies provided training...

Accommodation is key to a faith-friendly future - news

How can companies act responsibly when it comes to the religious practices of their employees? EP looks at new advice from the Institute of Business Ethics If you need to know how corporate...

Moving in on the board: the lowdown on CSOs - news

Ben Cartland, an associate at recruitment agency Acre Resources, answers questions on the rise of a new beast in the CSR field: the chief sustainability officer Why are chief...

CSR ‘should start with the recruitment process’ - news

Businesses that are serious about corporate responsibility ought to be carrying out ‘ethical due diligence’ of prospective employees during recruitment. That’s the view of...

inbrief - news

Bethany Cox has left the CSR recruitment agency Acre Resources, where she was marketing manager, to join the Lumina consultancy as marketing and business development manager.

inbrief - news

A CSR recruitment business, Professionals for Social Good, has been started in New York. Established 'to address the growing needs of the socially responsible business sector', it is a...

New senior roles will take CSR closer to the board - news

Many companies will soon create a high-level post of chief sustainability officer to take the corporate responsibility agenda forward. Sector observers and recruitment specialists say the...

Middle CSR ranks enjoy better pay and security - news

Rising salaries, bigger budgets and greater job security: that’s the general portrait of the corporate responsibility profession painted in the results of the latest CR Salary Survey ....

10% have known only CSR - news

This year’s CR Salary Survey has highlighted an emerging phenomenon – a generation of corporate responsibility professionals who have only ever worked in the field. The...

Future looks bright, say most CSR practitioners - news

Corporate responsibility practitioners appear generally positive about their job prospects despite the recession. The latest CR Salary Survey shows eight out of ten people working in CSR...

American CSR jobs market grows strongly - news

The CSR jobs market in the US is showing signs of recovery after a decline between the third quarters of 2008 and 2009. Research conducted by US-based Sustainability Recruiting shows that,...

inbrief - news

Executive search company Green Ventures Search has appointed Lucy Deane as research director. Deane was previously with Ruston WHEB in London, where she was head of research, leading a CSR...

BBVA boosts CSR team to 60 - news

Spanish bank BBVA has bucked the recessionary trend by appointing six new corporate responsibility practitioners across its operations. While some companies have cut back on CSR staff over...

inbrief - news

A ‘socially responsible’ call centre has opened in the UK. The Call Britannia centre in Croydon will employ 100 people who have been long-term unemployed and promises to provide a...

CSR heads require nous, not technical knowledge - news

The ideal head of corporate responsibility must have excellent communication and networking skills, the ability to influence people, a certain gravitas and plenty of commercial acumen –...

CSR grows fast in Australia - news

The number of people employed in corporate responsibility in Australia is expected to increase significantly in the next year, reports the country’s largest ever CSR survey. The State...

inbrief - news

Bridge Partners, a US executive recruitment company, has launched CSR Insights, a corporate responsibility recruitment agency.

inbrief - news

Martin Killeen has joined the specialist recruitment company Acre Resources as a senior recruiter. Killeen, who previously worked for the UK financial recruitment company Morgan McKinley, is now...

Don’t make staff redundant – lend them out to society - news

Secondment programmes can be a useful corporate tool in a recession, say Matthew Farmer and Ed Williams At a time when major companies are announcing redundancies and the jobless toll is...

Female CSR practitioners earn less than the men - news

Suggestions of a gender divide in the corporate responsibility profession appear to have been confirmed by the second annual CSR salary survey, published last month.   The 2008/9 study,...

Diversity progress wins Asia Pacific award for Baxter - news

Baxter International, the US healthcare products company, has been honoured for its Building Talent Edge programme aimed at developing an equal male-female balance in company management and...

CSR staff feel content and secure in their jobs - news

At the beginning of last year EP announced the findings from its first ever CSR salary survey , carried out jointly with recruitment agency Acre Resources and the consultancy Acona. This...

A picture of happiness: CSR practitioners in their place of work - news

People working in corporate responsibility appear to be ‘overwhelmingly happy’ with their lot, according to the latest annual CSR salary survey. The study, to be released at the...

Nepal firms ‘need government support’ on inclusion - news

Business in Nepal, particularly small enterprises, will need significant help to support inclusive recruitment, delegates decided at a recent roundtable debate in Kathmandu. Inclusion, they...

Korean Air in trouble over gender policy - news

Korean Air has been accused by the National Human Rights Commission of discrimination against men in its recruitment of cabin attendants. The airline selects male cabin crew from existing...

inbrief - news

British corporate responsibility recruitment consultancy Ruston Wheb has joined forces with Hobbs & Towne, a North American business in the same field. The companies have entered a...

New code tells firms how to treat migrant workers - news

British companies have been offered a voluntary code of practice on employing migrant workers. The eight-page document comes from Business in the Community, which wants all employers of migrant...

Sodexo pleases investors with group-wide policy - news

The facilities management multinational Sodexo has adopted a group-wide human rights policy after an investors’ engagement campaign. The Paris-based company, which has 342,000...

CSR executives put brave face on the financial crisis - news

The consequences for corporate responsibility of an impending recession remain unclear, but many in the field are taking an optimistic view as business begins to grapple with redundancies and...

Use of migrant workers is put under microscope - news

A two-year research project is to consider how multinationals can limit the exploitation of migrant workers in their supply chains. It will be led by US-based Business for Social...

inbrief - news

London-based recruitment consultancy Consegna has formed a corporate responsibility and sustainability division. The year-old business hires for management consultancies and technology and...

CSR is toughing out the slowdown – for now - news

The corporate responsibility recruitment market appears to be largely unaffected by the growing economic difficulties worldwide, although the picture is mixed. With some recruitment areas,...

water mandate lowers its recruitment horizons - news

A programme that encourages the chief executives of large companies to manage their water resources more effectively is scaling down its push for signatories. The UN Global Compact says it is...

Directors earn £85,000+ - news

A head of corporate responsibility at a UK company can expect to earn more than £85,000 ($171,000) a year. The first ever CSR salary survey, conducted by Ethical Performance , the...

Businesses fail to get message across to graduates - news

Many companies are throwing away the chance to hire quality staff because they fail to mention their business’s ethical credentials. Communications consultancy Edelman says companies...

ANZ is best for women – again - news

ANZ has been named as the employer of choice for women for the sixth consecutive year. The bank, which was awarded the title by the Australian government’s Equal Opportunity for Women...

Salary survey paints picture of a profession - news

EP looks at facts and figures on salary levels that are drawn from the first detailed study of the remuneration of corporate responsibility practitioners Given that there’s now in...

Consultants and women lose out on salaries - news

Corporate responsibility practitioners in the UK are likely to earn more money working for a company than for a consultancy, according to the first comprehensive survey of salaries in the field....

Chinese companies respond on human rights - news

Chinese companies are making an effort to respond to allegations that they are violating human rights, according to the East Asia researcher of the Hong Kong Business and Human Rights Resource...

inbrief - news

A new company has entered the corporate responsibility recruitment agency market. UK-based Recluta Search & Selection has been founded by Jacqueline Rodgers, who has previously worked in the...

boom time US tempts Brits to venture abroad - news

Rapidly increasing interest in responsible business practice in America has prompted two UK-based specialist consultancies to establish operations across the Atlantic. London-based Context, which...

inbrief - news

CSR practitioners are being invited to record their annual salaries in a confidential survey by the recruitment agency Acre Resources, the Acona consultancy and Ethical Performance. The five-minute...

Irish companies sign charter - news

More than 40 Irish businesses have signed up to a new corporate responsibility charter. The document, drawn up by Business in the Community Ireland (Bitci), was signed by the chief executives...

Philippines targets illegal recruiters - news

The Philippine authorities are now targeting five of the country’s islands in their long-running campaign against illegal recruiters who take placement fees from applicants for non-existent...

two new entrants test size of CSR jobs market - news

Two more recruitment agencies have entered the increasingly crowded UK market. Arc Vision and Dangerfield Executive Search join eight other agencies in the UK alone that offer CSR executive...

eight faces to follow in the next 12 months - news

Whom might we see more of in the corporate responsibility arena during 2007? EP names some individuals likely to come to greater attention over the year Staffan Soderberg As vice...

Trans Bay pays out on trafficking - news

A total of $1.4million (£715,000) is being paid to welders brought from Thailand to the US and trapped in a trafficking racket. One worker believed he was going to the US, the ‘fairytale...

recruitment company uses its skills to help refugees - news

Manpower is to use its internal training and education services to support schooling in refugee sites. The US-based employment services company announced at the end of October that it will...

number of advertised CSR jobs rises - news

An analysis of full-time CSR jobs on two online corporate responsibility recruitment sites has found that listings in total increased by 48 per cent between 2004 and 2005. The survey,...

working in CSR? expect to earn £39,700 a year - news

People in management CSR jobs in companies can expect to earn an average of £39,700 ($69,400) a year, an Ethical Performance survey suggests. Data on externally advertised vacancies collected...

French navy makes waves with first CSR assessment - news

The French navy has shown there is life in CSR beyond the corporate sector by submitting itself to a social responsibility assessment. The Marine Nationale opened itself to scrutiny by...

get rewards right ‘and CSR success will follow’ - news

The most important thing company boards can do to promote corporate responsibility is to redesign executive pay incentives to take greater account of long-term performance, according to findings...

business in Asia now doing more to curb HIV/Aids in the workforce - news

More Asian employers are now making efforts to prevent HIV and Aids, reports a new survey from the World Economic Forum's Global Health Initiative. Of the companies covered, 24 per cent said they...

inbrief - news

Adecco has become the world's first large recruitment company to produce a group-wide sustainability report. The Swiss-based multinational's debut report covers its performance during 2003 and...

Royal Mail nurtures big revamp of CSR regime - news

Royal Mail Group is restructuring its social responsibility programme as the UK government considers the future of the state-owned postal service. The revised strategy has five themes:...

£300,000 funding gives Academy fresh impetus - news

The CSR Academy is to expand its activities after being given £300,000 ($547,000) by the UK government for another year. The Academy, set up in 2004 to promote corporate responsibility...

Australian firms praised for community efforts - news

The winners of the 2004 Australian Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Community Business Partnerships improved the lives of remote indigenous people, the poor, the homeless and vulnerable...

third sector should take leaf from business book - news

Companies have a lot to teach charities about social responsibility, argues Jon Duschinsky A while back, I was a reluctant participant at a conference given by the head of corporate social...

FoE uses CSR as recruiting sergeant - news

Friends of the Earth is using a tough line on corporate social responsibility as part of its latest membership recruitment and fundraising drive in the UK. Inserts titled ‘Get your filthy hands...

water companies target young offenders - news

UK water companies Anglian and Thames have joined forces to launch a recruitment programme offering training and jobs for young offenders nearing the end of their prison sentences. The pilot...

KPMG looks for guiding hand across the globe - news

One of the big four professional services firms is developing a common framework for its in-house corporate responsibility programmes across almost 150 countries. KPMG, which has largely...

Manpower looks good on paper - news

Staff at the Hong Kong offices of Manpower, the recruitment consultancy, could use paper on both sides to minimize waste. The suggestion was one of the top five responses to a Manpower survey on...

Gulf companies search for Arab strain of CSR - news

Companies in the Arab world are preparing to embrace CSR – but on their own terms. About half a dozen large businesses have agreed to become founding members...

focus on older staff pays off for DIY chain - news

Employment policies friendly to older people have helped B&Q, Europe’s largest do-it-yourself chain, to win an inaugural corporate-responsibility award....

Imperial to report in 2004 - news

A second international tobacco company is to compile a social report. Imperial Tobacco, the world’s fourth largest, expects to publish its first CSR document early next...

telecoms sector given extra advice on GRI requirements - news

Telecoms companies now have their own supplement to the Global Reporting Initiative’s sustainability reporting guidelines. The supplement, which companies are expected to...

boards lack experience of CSR matters, investor argues - news

One of the UK’s biggest fund managers has suggested more companies should appoint non-executive directors with hands-on experience of corporate social responsibility....

inbrief - news

Two high street retailers have joined the Ethical Trading Initiative, which brings together companies, non-governmental bodies and unions to set up supply chain monitoring...

push us to behave responsibly, construction firms tell clients - news

Some of the UK’s largest construction companies are to take the unusual step of urging their clients to push them harder on social responsibility matters. The...

inbrief - news

The investment arm of Barclays Bank is to pay recruitment agencies a 25 per cent bonus for finding women and ethnic minorities to fill its senior jobs. Barclays Capital,...

Centrica leads advisory group on disability - news

Ten companies and organizations have formed a ‘customer advisory group’ to improve the services that disabled people receive from UK businesses. The ten, led by...

inbrief - news

An online recruitment service for organizations looking for staff in the fields of corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investment has been...

Anglo gives Aids drugs - news

Anglo American is to give free Aids drugs to all its employees in South Africa who need them. The second largest mining company in the world says the scheme has been...

inbrief - news

A booklet looking at how companies can improve their health and safety record by reducing conflict in the workplace, titled Practical assistance for employees , has...

time to accentuate the positive benefits of CSR - news

Companies are not getting the most out of CSR if they focus solely on risk reduction and not productivity gains, says Stephanie Draper The most common business case made for...

HBOS lures Mackenzie to spearhead SRI drive - news

One of the UK’s biggest financial companies has jumped into the socially responsible investment market by luring the City’s best-known SRI specialist, Craig Mackenzie, to...

Cambridge begins new course - news

Recruitment has begun for a course designed to help company executives work in partnership with the voluntary and statutory sectors on sustainability. The one-year...

firms urged to offer staff more flexi-work options - news

Only a third of UK companies have flexible working policies, according to the Industrial Society. A questionnaire answered by 516 human resource specialists drawn...

water company ready to go global on volunteering - news

The water company AWG is drawing up plans to extend its employee volunteering scheme worldwide. AWG – formerly Anglian Water – provides water for almost 12 million...

values underpin UK job market - news

The UK's tight labour market appears to be making employees more aware of the values of the company they work for, according to new research by the Industrial Society....

AIDS ‘an ethical business issue’ - news

AIDS has become a serious business risk as well as a humanitarian tragedy, according to the international security consultants Control Risks Group. In its annual...

Ford begins to make progress on race relations in European factories - news

Ford has appointed three senior diversity managers as part of ongoing work to improve race relations at its European car plants. The motor company, which was heavily...

top 100 could do much better on diversity - news

The UK’s leading companies are still not putting enough effort into diversity policies, according to new research by the London-based corporate governance consultancy...

Ford begins to move on diversity policy - news

A harassment hotline has been set up to serve all Ford factories and offices in the UK. The move follows an equal opportunities agreement with unions sparked by allegations of...

inbrief - news

Shared Vision Consulting has changed its name to Shared Vision Social Responsibility. Executive director Hilary Sutcliffe said the change had been made 'to better reflect our...

disability remains a 'Cinderella issue' for UK companies - news

A leading UK employers’ group is to urge businesses to pay more attention to disability issues in their corporate responsibility initiatives. The Employers Forum for Disability – which...

business to back rundown coalfields - news

Some of the UK’s largest companies look set to become involved in an initiative to help regenerate former mining communities. The ten year Network Space project, led by the...

recruitment@corporate-citizenship.com - companies

Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative - companies

DMW Group Futureheads Recruitment - companies

GI Group Recruitment - companies

The Green Recruitment Company - directory

Amida Recruitment Limited - directory

Evergreen Resources - directory

Established in 1991, Evergreen Resources is the UK’s longest established environmental recruitment company. It has an enviable track record providing recruitment expertise to Candidates...

Radley Yeldar - directory

We are a creative communications agency that helps organisations tell their story in a compelling way.  RY works with its clients in six key areas: brand, corporate reporting, digital,...

Telstra releases Bigger Picture 2017 Sustainability Report - reports

Telstra’s Bigger Picture 2017 Sustainability Report details the evolution of its sustainability strategy, and highlights a series of ‘firsts’ for Australia’s leading...

Nestlé in the U.S. Releases 2016 Creating Shared Value Report - reports

Nestlé in the U.S.’s 2016 Creating Shared Value Report highlights the company’s efforts and achievements in nutrition, health and wellness; environmental sustainability; rural...

One Step Further to a More Sustainable Business - reports

In 2015, Scentre Group has been focusing on ways to create a Sustainable Business in alignment with its business purpose to create extraordinary places connecting and enriching communities....

Piraeus Bank Group publishes 2013 Corporate Responsibility Report - reports

Corporate Responsibility remains a strategic investment for Piraeus Bank through which the Bank contributes to the development of the economy and society in every possible way. The Bank’s...

Change of address for Ethical Performance - reports

Dunstans Publishing, which publishes Ethical Performance, the monthly business newsletter on corporate social responsibility and socially-responsible investment, has relocated to...

Deutsche Telekom announces 2010/2011 Corporate Responsibility Report - reports

Deutsche Telekom AG today announced the release of its 2010/2011 Corporate Responsibility Report, which highlights how Deutsche Telekom is proceeding on its way to take a leading role in...

Danske Bank Group publishes 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report - reports

The Danske Bank Group, the largest financial services provider in Denmark and one of the leading players in the Nordic region with more than five million retail customers, has published its...

Sanofi-aventis publishes its 2009 CSR Report - reports

Multinational healthcare group sanofi-aventis has published its 2009 corporate social responsibility report

QS TopMBA Careers Conference - calendar

Developing Responsible Leaders – Who’s Responsible? The QS TopMBA Careers Conference provides a platform for the world's leading business schools and the world's leading recruiters to build...

G4S publishes its second CSR report - reports

G4S - the world's leading secure solutions group - has published its second Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Deutsche Post DHL's Sustainability Report - reports

Deutsche Post DHL, the global mail and logistics services group, has published "Changing Ways", its 2009 Sustainability Report.

The Times Responsible Business Conference - calendar

How to succeed by placing social goals at the heart of corporate identity in the workplace and the community. With keynote addresses from Trevor Philips , Chair, Commission for Equality...

2006 Global Compact policy dialogue on combating discrimination and promoting equality at the workplace - calendar

Global dynamics have altered the traditional patterns of inequality and discrimination. At the same time valuing diversity at the workplace can be a key to business success. Many...

Matching CSR programmes with business goals - bestpractice

Headquartered in the U.S., Booz Allen Hamilton provides strategy and technology consulting services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits employing more than...

Switched on to volunteering - bestpractice

Since 2009 employee volunteers at Turner Broadcasting, have helped build schools and school buildings in Mali, Rwanda, Malawi, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Mozambique. “Good schooling means...

Switched on to volunteering - bestpractice

Since 2009 employee volunteers at Turner Broadcasting, have helped build schools and school buildings in Mali, Rwanda, Malawi, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Mozambique. “Good schooling means...

The BBC's Corporate Social Responsibility Review for 2005 - reports

The BBC's Corporate Social Responsibility Review for 2005 has taken on a fresh magazine style format, featuring stories on how the corporation is living up to its corporate citizenship...

Developing an appetite for work - bestpractice

Yum! Brands is the parent company of KFC, the restaurant chain that boasts over 40,000 outlets worldwide, making it the largest fast food franchise on the planet. In the UK, the company...

Building a case for work inclusion - bestpractice

With building projects in some of the more deprived areas of the UK, Wates is all too familiar with the problems of unemployment and the negative effects on the local community that come with it...

Building a case for work inclusion - bestpractice

W ith building projects in some of the more deprived areas of the UK, Wates is all too familiar with the problems of unemployment and the negative effects on the local community that come with...

Widening the Talent Pool, Recruitment Award - bestpractice

  Motivate The Army is committed to being an inclusive employer and to recruiting the highest calibre officers and soldiers from across British society.  A diverse range of...

Kimberly-Clark publishes 2007 Sustainability Report - reports

Kimberly-Clark has published its 2007 Sustainability Report.

stamping out disease - bestpractice

When Mimoungou Haruna’s leg first started swelling, he was concerned. By the time it had swollen to well over twice its normal size, he was justifiably horrified. No longer able to work, he now...

making science sexier - bestpractice

Rolls-Royce has put large amounts of time and money into helping schools, colleges and universities bring science education to life for students. It hopes the effort will also benefit...

BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS - bestpractice

Centrica has developed an innovative employment policy towards disabled people. This has brought benefits to all those involved and helped to raise awareness of the...

Marketing Services - pages

Products and Marketing Services As one of the most trusted sources of CSR industry news and analysis, Ethical Performance is read by industry opinion formers and decision makers across the...

Promote your course - pages

Promote Your Event This electronic service is for any organization wishing to advertise events or courses in the fields of corporate social responsibility and sustainability....

For job seekers - pages

For job seekers Sign up to our recruitment mailing list to receive job advertisement updates via email from Ethical Performance. Ethical Performance Recruitment is updated weekly with...

Post an Internship - pages

Post an internship Listing internship vacancies with Ethical Performance Recruitment is simple and free of charge. Ethical Performance is a global monthly print and online CSR newsletter...

Testimonials - pages

Testimonials 'We had a really good response from your site and will definitely use you again when further vacancies in CSR arise' Tarryn Fisher, Talent Resourcer, BSkyB 'The...

Promote your event - pages

Products and Marketing Services As one of the most trusted sources of CSR industry news and analysis, Ethical Performance is read by industry opinion formers and decision makers across the...

Post a Vacancy - pages

Post your jobs and internships 'We had a really good response from your site and will definitely use you again when further vacancies in CSR arise' BSkyB 'The...

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