Tuesday August 4, 2020

Boots wins award for firms with a conscience

A strong corporate social responsibility programme can help win business, enhance reputation and keep employees happy, according to Chambers Ireland

29th September, 2019
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Boots Ireland: Outstanding Achievement in CSR Award From left: Ian Talbot, chief executive, Chambers Ireland; Louise O’Brien, corporate social responsibility manager, Boots Ireland; Siobhán Kinsella, president, Chambers Ireland; Bernadette Lavery, managing director, Boots Ireland; Tadgh Lucey, chief operating officer, BAM Civil; Martha Ryan, head of HR, Boots Ireland; and Seán Canney TD, Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development

Businesses have long known the importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) but in today’s economic and political climate it seems more important than ever and it’s a great way for Irish SMEs to increase their attractiveness to both employees and consumers through showcasing their socially responsible business practices.

According to Chambers Ireland, SMEs are a vital part of our communities and therefore a key business sector for the implementation of CSR...

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