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Business, as we know it, has changed forever. It used to be the case that CSR was a fringe term that only exotic companies cared about. Nowadays, stakeholders - may they be employees, customers, suppliers or even shareholders - expect

KindLink just had its annual conference this week, with over 100 attendees and 15 top-notch speakers. We will be publishing a comprehensive article on some of the learning points from the KindLink conference next week but, in the meantime, here

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.

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

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

Young consumers are expecting more user-generated content (UGC) from big brands, whether this content is used for product or CSR marketing. Consumers will seek more authentic options if businesses continue to plaster their social media channels with glossy, professional, branded

I can’t think of a better example of diversity and inclusion than the time I spent at a theatre in Angel, Islington.  In the area of London known as Clerkenwell sits a dance venue called Sadler's Wells. It takes its

Most of us can agree that we experience a rush of happiness after helping someone in need. Over 21 million people in the United Kingdom annually experience this type of happiness while formally volunteering. Volunteering your time with a charity helps make

Companies are beginning to realise what stats have shown for several years: individuals and employees, especially Millennials, who represent the largest generational segment of today’s workforce, care deeply about corporate social responsibility and sustainability. As a result, employers small and large

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