Values, Ethics and Culture

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Matt Appleby (Director, BITC Cymru) asks whether it is time to rethink the role of business in Wales and beyond.
Almost half of the Welsh workforce says they won’t be able to afford to retire when they reach State Pension Age - 48% of the workforce in Wales aged 40-64 say they will not have enough money to retire when they reach state pension age.

Our Community Conversations, sponsored by Wales & West Utilities, will bring together responsible employers in Wales with community organisations, stakeholder groups and peers to discuss the issues facing communities
This event is one of BITC Cymru's regular Members' Forums. 
Taking positive action in communities is a key part of being a responsible business. For companies of all sizes in Wales this can often take the form of employee volunteering - and for Wales & West Utilities it has developed into a long-term relationship with a local carers centre.
At our second Roundtable event in November, the team will be working with BITC Cymru Associates (those who have joined through our Associate Offer) to provide a topline introduction to responsible business and how to go about managing, measuring and communicating what those companies are doing.