Publications | Business in the Community Northern Ireland


  • 01 Feb 2022

    Climate Action Pledge Annual Report | January 2022

    BITCNI is delighted that Deloitte Northern Ireland accepted the invitation to produce this first Report which sets out a clear baseline from which to chart future progress on the decarbonisation pathway. This inaugural Climate Action Pledge Report is an important milestone in an ambitious long-term climate action campaign which creates urgency and a platform for joint action by business.

  • 08 Dec 2021

    2021 Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey Report

    Taking part enables an organisation to publicly demonstrate its commitment to being environmentally responsible and transparent and the process and results allow organisations to examine and reflect on their environmental performance, to compare themselves to others, and to drive improvements.

  • 02 Nov 2021

    COP26 is here

    This week sees the start of the two-week UN Climate Change Conference COP26. Taking place in Glasgow and set to be the UK’s biggest global summit, COP26 is a significant milestone in the UK’s push towards achieving its target net zero carbon by 2050. It affords government, businesses, NGOs, lobbyists and individual citizens a unique opportunity to campaign on climate issues. Northern Ireland must play its part, and business is a key stakeholder.

  • 09 Jun 2021

    How to have conversations about mental health in the workplace

    This How To Guide is designed to give top tips on how to have effective and appropriate conversations. The resource is Member Only.

  • 07 Jun 2021

    Volunteering Calendar 2021

    Volunteering may have been put on hold due to a global pandemic, however, help for the community and voluntary sector, schools and youth centres has never been needed more so we still need YOU! We have a range of ways that you can still volunteer, share your skills, knowledge, and expertise with others in a COVID-safe way.

  • 06 Jun 2021

    Age at Work | Over-50s Survey | Responses and Recommendations, June 2020

    The data and recommendations in this report were gathered from a survey carried out in June 2020 following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Age at Work team, based in Northern Ireland (NI), Scotland and Wales, carried out an online survey across the three nations, to identify what health and wellbeing and employability topics are important to older workers, and identify the best online method to support individuals and businesses to address these topics over the following six months.

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