Member of UN Global Compact
Author: Human Rights Campaign
This year, an historic 304 major businesses…scored 100 percent on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index and the coveted distinction of “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.” These companies adopted a full framework of LGBT inclusion in the workplace,...
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Author: Social Accountability International
SAI Training Manager Stephanie Wilson and Training Assistant Emily Crain spoke with lead trainer Edwin Koster to discuss his perspective on the trainings and implementation of the UNGP in general...[At] seminars on the UNGP [stakeholders had a] number...
[PDF] ITU and Partners join forces to engage millions of young people for BYND 2015: Global Youth Summit [San Jose, Costa Rica, 9-11 Sep]
The Summit in Costa Rica will bring young people from around the world together – both physically and virtually – to participate in a series of workshops, presentations and conversations on how technology can be leveraged for social good and,...
This guide is aimed at investors seeking to examine corporate tax policy and practices. Tax is increasingly under the spotlight, intensifying financial, regulatory and reputational risks in this area for companies. Where tax practices are aggressive,...
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Author: Rajeev Syal, Simon Bowers & Patrick Wintour, Guardian [UK]
The so-called "big four" accountancy firms are using knowledge gained from staff seconded to the Treasury to help wealthy clients avoid paying UK taxes, a report by the influential Commons public accounts committee says. Deloitte, Ernst & Young,...
Author: Chen Xin, China Daily
China's top trade union organization will prioritize setting up unions in all overseas-funded businesses that have been operating in the country for more than five years, particularly the world's four-biggest audit firms…Of the roughly 200,000 foreign...
Author: Prem Sikka, Professor of Accounting at Univ. of Essex in Guardian [UK]
The key policy is that from April 2013, potential suppliers to central government for contracts of £2m or more will have to declare whether they indulged in tax avoidance…The policy is high on gimmicks and empty gestures, and short on substance. The...
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- Related in-depth areas: UK corporate tax avoidance - 2012-2013
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Author: David Isenberg, Huffington Post
Academi is about to release a new Code of Conduct, which should go a long way towards assuring people that when it comes to responsible ethical behavior, Academi is putting serious internal oversight where its mouth is...Academi's new code...runs 33...
[DOC] Speech of Richard Howitt MEP, European Parliament Rapporteur on Corporate Social Responsibility to the Polish Government conference on Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, Warsaw, 25 January 2013
Author: Richard Howitt, European Parliament Rapporteur on Corporate Social Responsibility
Summing...up...I am saying to you:...join us in making business and human rights a cornerstone of your work on corporate responsibility; participate in a process already in preparation to draw up the national implementation plan...in...EU member...
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