Across all sectors of business, we are seeing multi-factor pressure for change from investors, customers, suppliers, employees and communities, putting increasing expectations on companies to respond to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
In addition, high-profile activism and boycotts are forcing companies to react quickly and decisively on often complex challenges. While this attention can be the catalyst for positive change, it can also lead to knee-jerk reactions and, ultimately, reputational damage.
Are you a new or aspiring Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability professional? Perhaps you're a career changer looking to make the move from the charity sector to a CSR role?
The ICRS is proud to support the new CRS Apprenticeship. We have been a member of the Trailblazer group since the beginning of the development of the apprenticeship and look forward to supporting the next generation of CRS professionals through the Sustainable50 campaign. You can find out more about the apprenticeship below, including how to get involved, key documents to find out more, and contact details.
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