Northern Trust One of 14 Companies in Ireland Achieving the Business Working Responsibly Mark

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Northern Trust One of 14 Companies in Ireland Achieving the Business Working Responsibly Mark

Over 200 senior business leaders gather for Business in the Community Ireland’s Annual Sustainability Forum
“We are delighted to once again to be accredited to the Mark,” said Clive Bellows, Country Head Northern Trust Ireland. “This demonstrates Northern Trust’s commitment to sustainability in the workplace, an important part of attracting and retaining talent and delivering value to our clients.”

“We are delighted to once again to be accredited to the Mark,” said Clive Bellows, Country Head Northern Trust Ireland. “This demonstrates Northern Trust’s commitment to sustainability in the workplace, an important part of attracting and retaining talent and delivering value to our clients.”

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The Mark is operated by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), the non-profit organisation dedicated to corporate responsibility and third-party audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI).

An Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald T.D. announced the 14  companies as Accenture in Ireland, A&L Goodbody, Arup, Bank of Ireland Group Ireland, eir, Janssen Supply Chain Ireland, Marks and Spencer Ireland, Musgrave Group, Northern Trust (Ireland) Limited, Ricoh Ireland Limited, Transdev Dublin Light Rail Limited, Ulster Bank, Veolia Ireland and Vodafone Ireland

The Forum was addressed by Professor Jeffrey Sachs world-famous economist and advisor to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

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Keywords: Awards, Ratings & Rankings | Business Working Responsibly Mark | Northern Trust | business in the community ireland | csr | responsible business

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