On 9th January Fiona Place, Andrew Noone and Ben Tuxworth will be attending the first Crowd event of 2017. The theme for the January event is on a “Digital Society”, in her latest blog, Fiona… Read More
Stakeholder pressure from investors, shareholders, customers and nonprofits to push sustainability into the supply chain has significantly increased in recent years, and, at some point, all companies will be asked to report on their supply… Read More
It can be challenging for companies to measure corporate social and environmental impacts, they have impact in many areas, from worker and supply chain welfare, to direct and indirect environmental impact. But what does “positive… Read More
Firstly let’s look at what we mean by social sustainability. Myth buster – social impact is not the same as social value. Social impact is the impact – positive and negative – that a business has… Read More
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 tackles the real issue that is modern day slavery: holding a person in slavery or servitude; requiring a person to perform forced or compulsory labour; arranging or facilitating human trafficking…. Read More
Social impact is the impact, positive and negative, that a business has on people within the business, in the value chain, and in the wider world. Download our two page guide here.
Brother UK is part of the Brother Group, a multinational company headquartered in Japan which produces electronics including printers, sewing machines and other domestic appliances. Brother UK wanted help producing its 2008/09 corporate responsibility (CR)… Read More