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18 companies in Ireland have now achieved the Business Working Responsibly Mark

Posted: Tuesday 21 June 16, 1.37pm GMT

Bank of Ireland Group is being accredited with the Mark for the first time this year and Ulster Bank is being recertified to the Mark after first achieving it in 2014.

The 18 companies that have achieved the Business Working Responsibly Mark to date are: Accenture in Ireland, Bank of Ireland Group (Ireland), Boots Retail (Ireland) Ltd., CRH Ireland, Deloitte Ireland, EirGrid, ESB, Fujitsu, Gas Networks Ireland, Intel Ireland, KBC Bank Ireland, Marks and Spencer Ireland, Musgrave Group, Northern Trust (Ireland) Ltd., Pfizer Healthcare Ireland, Ricoh Ireland Ltd., Transdev Ireland Ltd and Ulster Bank.

The Business Working Responsibly Mark which is run by Business in the Community Ireland and based on ISO 26000 is valid for three years and is audited by NSAI.

Tina Roche, CEO at BITC Ireland, congratulated Bank of Ireland Group (Ireland) and Ulster Bank on achieving the Mark. “The Mark is challenging to achieve so I congratulate the companies today on getting it. CSR is about excellence in business and translating it into management practices and the Mark is an invaluable tool for helping companies assess where they are at.”





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