Charlotte Tomlins, Senior Colleague Engagement Officer at Barclays, talks about the importance of skills-based volunteering within corporations. Barclays is one of the largest banks in the UK, and the institution puts a lot of effort into employee engagement through volunteering.
Charlotte Tomlins, Senior Colleague Engagement Officer at Barclays, talks about the importance of skills-based volunteering within corporations and how it allows everyone, no matter how busy their schedule is, to make a difference in their communities. Read below some tips
Since Ash Wednesday 1984, every second Wednesday of March has been dedicated to helping people stop smoking in the UK. National No Smoking Day gives smokers a chance to quit smoking, also offering their loved ones the opportunity to support
Richard Collins, the co-founder of CSR Accreditation, believes that companies' CSR efforts need to be independently assessed in order to truly determine which players are truly doing good, and which ones still need to learn how to deploy their corporate
Does your company have a Corporate Responsibility Program? Business Social Impact programs, also known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, have been questioned for many years and looked with scepticism for their role in the business strategy and actual impact
British Science Week: This March, ten days are dedicated to the celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) through various events throughout the UK. Everyone is encouraged to organise a science-themed event that will get people to engage with
A Typical Assessment The methods and tools of a typical assessment vary, but it is a hands-on process, as this is the only way to truly get under the skin of an organisation. We are at pains to not come across as
Eating Disorder Awareness Week (EDAW) exists because, as with many other mental health problems, eating disorders are not immediately visible. Many people suffer in silence. In fact, an estimated 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder, which