Results for Employees

News round-up (Dec/Jan)

News round-up (Dec/Jan)

January 01, 2005 A bumper year for directors is raising the ire of investor groups. A New Year wish from Briefing - include pay and pensions in your CSR report. Read more >
Work-life balance: flexible thinking

Work-life balance: flexible thinking

December 01, 2004 Pressures at work are rising, with hidden costs to employer and employee alike. Is a better work-life balance the answer? Smart investors are looking at flexibility as a CSR indicator. Read more >
2005: British volunteering

2005: British volunteering

August 01, 2004 CSV's Dame Elisabeth Hoodless argues that the British Year of Volunteering in 2005 presents the perfect opportunity for companies to maximise the benefits that volunteering has to offer Read more >
On demand: volunteering on a global scale

On demand: volunteering on a global scale

August 01, 2004 IBM has combined its worldwide reach and technical know-how to deliver a genuinely global volunteering programme. In the first eight months, the programme has attracted 17,000 employees. Now It is opening it up to retirees. Here Briefing finds out more about the hows and whys of global volunteering. Read more >
Victim support: coping with crime

Victim support: coping with crime

July 01, 2004 Whether it's bullying on the factory floor or assaults against staff, violence in the workplace is increasing. Briefing talks to the new chief executive of a new business service that aims to put crime and its aftermath higher up the corporate citizenship agenda. Read more >
Disability: the rights stuff

Disability: the rights stuff

May 01, 2004 Moves to merge existing equal opportunity commissions may dilute a strong focus on disability. But companies and some campaigners support the plan, which raises questions also about what human rights really mean in the corporate context. Read more >
Learning the lessons of the future

Learning the lessons of the future

March 01, 2004 An educated, well equipped workforce is clearly in the interests for business. But it requires companies to bring their energy to the table if today’s young people are to contribute to an equal, prosperous future, argues WH Smith’s chairman. Read more >