This weeks guest post is by John Attley and details some of his top tips at designing and implement a wellbeing strategy. He identifies positive measures of organisational wellbeing.
The first in the series Trust in Business, this part looks at definitions and inputs into the creation of trust.
Still worried about the Business and Human Rights agenda?
You need to read this interview with Mazar’s Human RIghts Partner, Richard Karmel. You’ll learn why his accounting firm is so interested in human rights – including the burgeoning business case for ensuring companies respect human rights.
Michael Bradley has turned the business model of law firms on its head. Read on to hear about how thinking consciously about being a lawyer helped him to come up with something quite different.
I’ve recently been working with some lawyers on their CSR strategy and activities. It has reminded me of a few things about lawyers and prompted me to ask about Lawyers and Sustainability.
The Future of CSR in India
India both leads the world in some areas of CSR and trails a long way behind in others. Part 5 (in a 5 part series) explores the future of CSR in India following the CSR rules of India’s Companies Act 2013. Read more…