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  • Mental Health Awareness Week: why acknowledging mental health in the workplace is so important

    This Week is Mental Health Awareness Week, an annual, UK-wide campaign from the Mental Health Foundation that aims to bring awareness and provoke conversation around the topic of mental wellbeing.   With more than one in six people experiencing mental health problems in the workplace, we think it’s essential that employers are doing their bit […]

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  • How will GDPR change consumer expectations?

    Share this image on your site Embed GDPR will give individuals a series of rights, including access to any data held on them and the right to have it erased. A recent study suggests that at least a third of British consumers plan to exercise their right to be forgotten when the legislation comes into […]

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  • What being a responsible business really means to us

    Monday 23 April marks the beginning of Responsible Business Week, an annual campaign run by Business in the Community and an opportunity for organisations to celebrate and demonstrate the value of social responsibility. The campaign encourages businesses of all sizes to tell their own stories and inspire others to share successes and take more action for good. This […]

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  • Weathering the storm: the importance of maintaining services during extreme weather

    The financial impact of the recent ‘beast from the east’ was the worst the UK has experienced since the severe weather of December 2010. Businesses and charities all over the UK were forced to shut down completely for several days in some of the areas hit worst by the snow. Vehicles and workers were left […]

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  • Why corporate responsibility in the charity supply chain matters

    Our co-founder and director, Patrick Nash, who last year received an Institute of Directors award for Leadership in Corporate Responsibility, originally wrote this blog for the NCVO. More and more businesses are waking up to the importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Why? Because, today’s conscious consumers want to know that the brands they buy from […]

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  • Counselling helpline launched to support members of the drinks industry

    Welsh helpline provider Connect Assist has teamed up with charity The Benevolent to launch a helpline for members of the UK drinks industry. The service, provided from Connect Assist’s base in Nantgarw, allows members of the UK drinks industry facing difficult circumstances to find tailored help. Manned by professional counsellors, the confidential telephone helpline is […]

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