International Women’s Day 2018 is set to be the year of movements. This annual event not only highlights the ongoing need for gender equality and parity in all industries, but campaigns such as #MeToo and #TimesUp have paved the way for women to speak up on a variety of issues, from domestic violence and racism,Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day 2018
Corporate Citizenship are pleased to announce Neil Davy to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Neil joins from Tomorrow’s Company, a think tank specialising in responsible and sustainable business, where as the acting CEO, he’s been leading the organisation through a restructure, and designing a new business model and 3-5yr plan for the organisation. PriorContinue reading Corporate Citizenship welcomes new CEO Neil Davy
With six weeks to go before all UK employers with more than 250 employees are legally required to submit their gender pay gap data, only 7.4% of the UK’s largest 500 companies have complied*. Many of the largest sectors that make up the listing lack any submissions at all, including financial services and general retailers.Continue reading 93% of UK’s largest companies are yet to publish gender pay gap, six weeks ahead of the deadline
In light of the President’s Club scandal and the #metoo movement, sexual harassment has rapidly risen up the corporate agenda. More cases of misconduct – affecting more industries – seem to be emerging by the day. Last week, we attended a debate on sexualisation and exploitation in the workplace, specifically in the hospitality sector, organisedContinue reading Is society normalising sexual harassment?
As I write, here in the UK It is the last day for submitting an Income Tax return for 2016-2017. So tax springs to mind! A great day for more thoughts on Apple and tax. The first blog diagnosed the problem. Now let’s prescribe the cure. OK. Here goes. Corporations these days spend lots ofContinue reading Apple and Tax 2: Three steps to take
I have been thinking about Apple’s Corporate Responsibility Reporting. I used to think good Apple. Increasingly I think bad Apple. Here’s why. Corporate Responsibility Reporting. Go on to Apple Inc.’s website and it is all there. Accessibility. Check. Environment. Check. Inclusion and diversity. Check. Privacy. Check. Supplier responsibility. Check. And as you can see whenContinue reading Bad Apple? What is missing from Apple’s Corporate Responsibility Reporting?
CDP recently finalised its questionnaires for 2018 – and it’s all change. We’ve got several new sector-specific questionnaires, and the structure and question flow has changed. There’s also some new ‘forward-looking’ questions that won’t be all that easy to respond to without a good deal of thought and discussion. Much of this has to doContinue reading TCFD and CDP in 2018: Are you ready?
Businesses are increasingly looking to solve climate problems through their core product offerings. Whether it’s due to economic incentives, advances in technology, or the desire to solve environmental challenges, in the last few years we have seen a big rise in ‘climate friendly’ companies, such as in clean tech. The number of renewable energy firmsContinue reading Climate vs. human rights: Why being one of ‘the good guys’ is not enough