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  • CSR for Larger Companies - CSR Hub
    CSR has become a critical part of how they do business as it is a core mechanism by which they can ensure their business is sustainable It can act as a risk management tool and aids transparency in particular through non financial reporting Sustainability reporting has become more and more commonplace for larger companies and the Non Financial Reporting Directive places an obligation on certain large companies to report on non financial information Many larger companies have dedicated CSR or Sustainability Managers and have a programme of CSR activities For larger companies starting on their CSR journey there is advice available from business representative organisations such as Chambers Ireland and IBEC who are members of the CSR Stakeholder Forum A key organisation that can help larger companies on their sustainability journey is Business in the Community Ireland BITCI BITCI is is a non profit body which organises a network of companies involved in CSR activities and operates the Business Working Responsibly quality mark The Mark provides comprehensive guidance for organisations on Corporate Social Responsibility BITCI also operate a number of individual schemes in which enterprises participate to support societal needs such as the EPIC programme and the Ready for Work

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/csr-for-larger-companies/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) - CSR Hub
    CSR activities and operates the Business Working Responsibly quality mark The Mark provides comprehensive guidance for organisations on corporate social responsibility BITCI also operates a number of individual schemes in which enterprises participate to support societal needs such as the EPIC programme and the Ready for Work programme for disadvantaged groups and the Schools Business Partnership programme Responsible Business website for SMEs BITCI also have a website specifically tailored to

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/Quick-Links-Organisations/Business-in-the-Community-Ireland-BITCI-.html (2016-02-02)
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  • The Business Working Responsibly Mark, Business in the Community Ireland(BITCI) - CSR Hub
    Community Ireland BITCI http www bitc ie business working responsibly mark The Business Working Responsibly Mark which is administered by BITCI is Ireland s only certification for responsible and sustainable business practices it is audited by the NSAI and based on ISO 26000 It allows companies to benchmark their sustainable policies against other businesses and ultimately gain certification for high standards within this area Site Map Home Ireland s National

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/Quick-Links-Guidance-Standards/The-Business-Working-Responsibly-Mark-Business-in-the-Community-Ireland-BITCI-.html (2016-02-02)
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  • Public Sector CSR Case Studies - CSR Hub
    voluntary basis A 15 days prompt payment requirement for all central Government Departments to pay their business suppliers within 15 days of receipt of a valid invoice This arrangement applies to all valid invoices received on or after 15 June 2009 This voluntary 15 day prompt payment rule was extended beyond central Government Departments and in 2011 was rolled out to the Health Service Executive the Local Authorities State Agencies and all other Public Sector Bodies with the exception of Commercial Semi State bodies These new arrangements apply in respect of valid invoices received on or after 1 July 2011 Individual bodies covered by this Government Decision are required to publish their own quarterly reports on their respective websites and to submit detailed quarterly reports to their parent Department In turn each parent Department is also required to publish quarterly composite reports covering those bodies under their aegis As part of this Government Decision Central Government Departments are required to report quarterly to the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation on their performance in meeting targets In August this year 2015 Minister Nash Minister for Business and Employment welcomed the findings of the latest set of quarterly figures specific to the Government Departments and the Agencies under the remit of the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation 93 of payments made by Government Departments valued at 622m were paid to suppliers within 15 days The high level of payments made within 15 days clearly demonstrates that the initiatives introduced by Government to improve payment times are working In addition to the 15 day prompt payment rule a new late payment initiative the Prompt Payment Code PPC was recently introduced and is aimed at improving cash flow for businesses and ultimately driving a change in Ireland s payment culture Government is

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/best-practice-csr-case-studies/public-sector-csr-case-studies/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Featured CSR Case Studies - CSR Hub
    local public transport TRANSDEV Ireland operates Luas Dublin s Light Rail system Here in Ireland 32 4 million passenger journeys were made on Luas in 2014 CSR TRANSDEV Ireland is Committed to Corporate Social Responsibility TRANDSEV Ireland s goal is to undertake a responsible approach in the way they do business and connect with others As a result they launched Going the Extra Mile their Corporate Social Responsibility Plan which outlines their ambitions in four areas Workplace Marketplace Community and Environment In partnership with employees and stakeholders they always strive to do business in a responsible and ethical way to be a responsible leader fair transparent and open and to continuously improve their activity and practices TRANDSEV s CSR Digest 2014 is now available to view here The CSR Digest is a summary of what they have achieved under their CSR Plan Going the Extra Mile TRANSDEV were awarded the Business in the Community Ireland s BITCI Business Working Responsibly Mark in 2012 Ireland s only certification for responsible and sustainable business practices The Business Working Responsibly Mark is achieved by auditing the company on its sustainable and responsible practices in the area of the environment workplace marketplace community engagement

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/Best-Practice-CSR-Case-Studies/Featured-Case-Studies/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Public Sector CSR Case Studies - CSR Hub
    voluntary basis A 15 days prompt payment requirement for all central Government Departments to pay their business suppliers within 15 days of receipt of a valid invoice This arrangement applies to all valid invoices received on or after 15 June 2009 This voluntary 15 day prompt payment rule was extended beyond central Government Departments and in 2011 was rolled out to the Health Service Executive the Local Authorities State Agencies and all other Public Sector Bodies with the exception of Commercial Semi State bodies These new arrangements apply in respect of valid invoices received on or after 1 July 2011 Individual bodies covered by this Government Decision are required to publish their own quarterly reports on their respective websites and to submit detailed quarterly reports to their parent Department In turn each parent Department is also required to publish quarterly composite reports covering those bodies under their aegis As part of this Government Decision Central Government Departments are required to report quarterly to the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation on their performance in meeting targets In August this year 2015 Minister Nash Minister for Business and Employment welcomed the findings of the latest set of quarterly figures specific to the Government Departments and the Agencies under the remit of the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation 93 of payments made by Government Departments valued at 622m were paid to suppliers within 15 days The high level of payments made within 15 days clearly demonstrates that the initiatives introduced by Government to improve payment times are working In addition to the 15 day prompt payment rule a new late payment initiative the Prompt Payment Code PPC was recently introduced and is aimed at improving cash flow for businesses and ultimately driving a change in Ireland s payment culture Government is

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/Best-Practice-CSR-Case-Studies/Public-Sector-CSR-Case-Studies/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Contact the CSR Hub - CSR Hub
    News Events Contact the CSR Hub Social Media Policy Contact the CSR Hub The Secretariat of the CSR Stakeholder Forum is provided by the Department of Jobs Enterprise Innovation Address Email The Secretary CSR Stakeholder Forum Enterprise Initiatives Unit Department of Jobs Enterprise Innovation 23 Kildare Street Dublin 2 csrhub djei ie Site Map Home Ireland s National Plan on CSR The CSR Stakeholder Forum The Benefits of CSR Taking

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/contact%20us/ (2016-02-02)
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  • CSR for SMEs - CSR Hub
    resources and formal CSR programmes By being a responsible sustainable business you will save money energy packaging etc win consumers encourage innovative business practices and inspire your people The Business Benefits of CSR Carefully implemented CSR policies can help SMEs to Win new business and increase customer retention Develop and enhance relationships with suppliers and networks Attract retain and maintain a happy workforce and become an employer of choice Save money on energy and operating costs and manage risk Improve your business reputation Attract investment and funding opportunities CSR issues for SMEs are essentially the same as for larger companies but many SMEs are intrinsically connected to the local communities in which they operate For SMEs CSR is often simply part of how they operate as good citizens However CSR can be more challenging for smaller businesses as they are unlikely to have dedicated CSR resources The type of supports required by small businesses may also be different to those required by larger companies There is excellent guidance on CSR for SMEs available from a number of organisations ISME provides concise guidance in its CSR Advice Centre Chambers Ireland holds an Annual CSR Awards which has a category specifically for

    Original URL path: http://www.csrhub.ie/CSR-for-SMEs/CSR-for-SMEs.html (2016-02-02)
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