Bristol Waste to Wealth Summit brings business together to tackle environmental challenges

  • Business in the Community - The Prince’s Responsible Business Network, brings together 100 national and South West business leaders at Waste to Wealth Summit to identify how they can work collectively to turn environmental awareness into action
  • Marvin Rees, Lord Mayor of Bristol and Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency will deliver keynote speeches at the Summit

Nine companies reach gold standard for being the most responsible in Wales

Twenty-five entries were received and nine winning companies were rewarded for their responsible business activity at the dinner, which was held at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, hosted by BBC Cymru Wales’ Lucy Owen and attended by 350 representatives from businesses, the third sector and government.
There were nine categories: Responsible Large Business of the year; Responsible SME of the year; Environment; Education; Inspiring Young Talent; Wellbeing at Work; Diversity and Inclusion; Volunteering Impact; and Community Partnership. 

HR director dinner: Domestic Abuse


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However, increasing understanding of this crime means responsible employers are now ready to take action and shine a light on the far-reaching consequences of this abuse. By definition, domestic abuse may happen at home behind closed doors, but it has an impact on the working lives of those living with an abusive partner.