Corporate social responsibility is finally coming of age

A theme that was very strong throughout Business in the Community Ireland's (BITCI) launch last week of `Responsible Business Week' and which was referred to time and time again by the panel of chief

12th October, 2013
The green economy. Pic: Pixabay

A theme that was very strong throughout Business in the Community Ireland's (BITCI) launch last week of `Responsible Business Week' and which was referred to time and time again by the panel of chief executives from Transdev (the Luas operator), Eirgrid and Pfizer Healthcare Ireland, was that corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability have ceased to be things which management see as outside'' the core business and are no longer merely a nice to have'....

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