Corporate Social Responsibility

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EML, CORE and Mastercard Partnership to Assist Ukrainian Refugees

Global crisis response non-profit launches prepaid cards program in collaboration with EML, the Stichting Giustra International Foundation, Tommy Humphreys and the Parker Foundation to continue the expansion of relief efforts. Crisis response non-profit CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort) has launched a Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Cash Assistance Program in partnership with EML Payments Limited (ASX: EML)…

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The Business of Health Equity

A major new report from the UCL Institute of Health Equity (UCL-IHE) and Legal & General lays a roadmap for the role of industry in ‘levelling up’ the United Kingdom, and examines the evidence of how businesses affect health and what they can do to improve health equity.  In the past, businesses have often been…

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City of London Corporation Announces ‘Clean City Awards’ Winners

A City of London firm which prevented food waste by delivering 80,000 meals to families in need during the Covid-19 pandemic has been selected for one of the UK’s top environmental awards. Global investment management giant Barings was recognised in the Clean City Awards which are organised by the City of London Corporation to celebrate…

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Leveraging Technology to Support Hungry Communities

ISS Guckenheimer has teamed with certified woman and minority-owned food recovery and distribution business Goodr to reroute surplus food from corporate cafeterias and dining venues to people in need. A primary challenge to businesses operating in the food services industry is creating enough product to meet customer need demand while also minimising excess production in…

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Supporting the Salvation Army in the Netherlands

A donation of five Philips Professional displays is helping international charitable organisation, the Salvation Army, deliver advanced educational resources and opportunities to children and adults living in less affluent regions of the Netherlands. Donated by PPDS, the global licensee of Philips professional TV and digital signage solutions, the five units which include 75” D-Line digital…

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A Helping Hand for the Homeless

Calderwood House in Cumbria offers a safe place to live and helps homeless individuals build a better future through a 12-week recovery programme. The hostel is run by Time to Change (a not-for profit Community Interest organisation), and its aims and approach reflect two of Securitas key values—integrity and helpfulness. Shaun Kennedy, Securitas UK Country…

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UniFirst 2021 CSR Report

UniFirst has announced the release of its 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report. Available in print and online, the comprehensive document outlines the company’s ongoing social responsibility efforts in the areas of sustainability, diversity and employee initiatives, community, safety, product and service innovation, ethical governance, and financial transparency. Each topic is broken down in detail…

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Three UK Awards Relocation Contract

09.02.2021, 12:29 Three UK Awards Relocation Contract Commercial relocation and change management company Business Moves Group (BMG) has won a major relocation contract with mobile phone operator, Three UK.   CK Hutchison Holdings subsidiary, Three, launched in the UK in 2003 and currently has 4,800 employees in the UK, and more than 10 million active customers,…

Events

#GMIS2020 Digital Series (June 30)

11.06.2020, 12:11 #GMIS2020 Digital Series (June 30) A programme of online events will precede the virtual Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (#GMIS2020) organised by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and UAE Ministry of Energy and Industry. Focusing on digital restoration, the #GMIS2020 Virtual Summit on 4th and 5th September 2020, will consider how 4IR technologies are helping…

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Building Measurement and Verification in Lockdown

04.05.2020, 20:53 Building Measurement and Verification in Lockdown Mark Gifford, Technical Services Manager with global building performance specialist IES, considers the implications of Zero Running Buildings for Energy Services and FM teams during COVID-19. The last few weeks and months have brought unrecognisable changes to society. The announcement of shutdowns and lockdowns by Governments around…

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