As set out in the 2021 Actions for Business, 2020 was a seismic year for diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). 2021 has proved no different. Covid-19 continues to highlight theContinue reading What does ‘good’ DE&I look like?
Innovative. Trendy. Fast-moving. These are all concepts that tend to be associated with the fashion industry. And yet, the World Benchmarking Alliance’s (WBA) first-ever Gender Benchmark found that, when itContinue reading Fast on fashion, slow on gender equality
What connects a French supermarket with deforestation in the Amazon? The answer is global supply chains. COVID-19 has shed light on longstanding inequalities and the interconnectedness of our current system:Continue reading Modern Slavery and Deforestation: two sides of the same coin?
A succession of seismic social events has escalated investor and other stakeholder interest in the ‘S’ of ESG. This has put the value that companies do, or don’t, deliver toContinue reading A little less conversation a little more impact please: Why credible measurement matters
Being relevant has always been a must for business. In our 2021 Actions for Business report, we stated that the events of 2020 and transformations in society over the lastContinue reading How to stay Relevant
The S of ESG is attracting much more attention, business need to be clear in their articulation of their societal impact and that means to their key audiences. Which isContinue reading Credible societal impact – staying ahead of the game with the S in ESG
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust business practices that impact worker health into the spotlight. Health and well-being has become an established material sustainability issue for companies worldwide, and going forward,Continue reading Worker Health & Wellbeing: A Material Sustainability Issue for Business
David Logan, co-founder of Corporate Citizenship, is a seasoned corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioner and consultant, grounding Companies for Good within his 40 years of frontline practical CSR experience inContinue reading David Logan launches “Companies for Good, living with Modern Capitalism”