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Corporate responsibility plans are already in full flow but the British retailer will further integrate sustainability incentives, targets and KPIs this year.
This month’s top technical stories include the opening of the Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme claims portal, and guidance to safeguard employers being caught out by complicated National Minimum Wage rules.
Several factors will be a focus for investors and regulators this 2021/22 reporting season. Preparers will need to keep them in mind.
Lynn Oxborrow of Nottingham Business School discusses the challenges and opportunities for SMEs as we emerge from the pandemic.
As retailers are forced to change processes to counter supply chain blockages and rising costs, they should take the opportunity to make sustainability part and parcel of the way they work, says Catherine Kelly, Head of Retail, Cooper Parry.
Aligning your charity’s strategy to the UN SDGs helps cement a value-driven business that benefits society as well as charity beneficiaries.
ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza and subject matter experts from around the organisation discuss the major trends we should see in 2022.
Finance professionals believe the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated non-financial reporting efforts, but there is still an urgent need for them to do more according to new research.
In future-proofing its business, law firm Bates Wells has also created a new service line, proving that sustainability can make good business sense.
3 March 2021: At a Cyprus green finance conference co-organised by ICAEW, finance, sustainability and political leaders discussed what needs to happen to ensure that COVID-19 recovery delivers lasting improvement.
2 July 2020: Leading financial professional bodies including ICAEW have launched the first Green Finance Education Charter, an initiative designed to boost awareness and training in green finance and sustainability.
Free on-demand event looking at what we can do to lead and support business in a green recovery.
A response dated 14 July 2020 to a consultation published by EC on 8 April 2020.
16 November 2020: The Chancellor has set out the government’s plans to make the UK a world-leader in green finance and financial technology.