Thursday January 23, 2020

This year sees growth in commitment to CSR

CSR is good for business, good for staff and good for communities R

20th September, 2015
Ulster Bank won the Outstanding Achievement in CSR Award, sponsored by BAM Ireland. From left: Ian Talbot, chief executive of Chambers Ireland; Kevin Keegan, head of HR, Ulster Bank; Maeve McMahon, director products and customer experience, Ulster Bank; Theo Cullinane, chief executive of BAM Ireland; Sarah Dempsey, head of corporate affairs and economics, Ulster Bank; Pauline McKiernan, sustainability and community affairs manager, Ulster Bank; Minister Alan Kelly, T.D., Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government

Ulster Bank won this year’s award for outstanding achievement in corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the Chambers Ireland CSR Awards held on September 3 in Dublin. The award was presented for Ulster Bank’s sustained commitment to CSR and sustainability at every level of the organisation.

Chambers Ireland’s CSR Awards is a unique competition that offers the business community a chance to promote its efforts in CSR and gain recognition for best practice....

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