David has broad and extensive experience in both executive and non-executive roles across the consumer, retail, business services and the financial services sectors. He is also an experienced chairman having served in that role previously at Logica plc and 3i Quoted Private Equity plc and currently at Hammerson plc and Domestic and General Group Limited. Martin brings a breadth of experience and leadership in both executive and non-executive roles. Mike has vast retail industry experience in trading, strategy, marketing, digital and online as well as multi-site store experience.
Some people go in with a list, and stick to it; others prefer to wander around the aisles to see what takes their fancy. But how many people pay attention to the corporate messaging which that supermarket run inevitably includes — and, in particular, to the messages about corporate responsibility?
Though we all see these corporate messages, how many of us really notice them? The references to Lucy? Thanks to Ben and Thomas for taking the time to share so much information with us. Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip.
Thomas explaining how he uses social media to connect the corporate values with the retail products Audio clip: Ben explaining how the change in frequency and style of CR reporting is boosting web traffic Audio clip: Social Media and CR Just how much time does social media take?
And what about social media governance? Paul and Ben discuss the benefits and potential difficulties in engaging with social media, building a CR community, identifying influencers and engaging with them both on and offline.
Ben talking about the support network around Thomas as he engages in social media, and the significance of the corporate values.
Thomas talking about just how much time he spends on social media, and how they spot influencers — not just on retail matters, but on corporate matters too, such as CR. Paul and Ben talk about the process of identifying the issues that matter most to the corporate stakeholders, and about how to ensure that, once started, initiatives continue to be reported on via the corporate website.
Industry-wide CR Issues and Communication Retail, like so many other industries, is highly competitive. How should one company react when another in the same industry has a crisis? And what about industry-wide issues?
Ben talking about working with their supply chain in partnership to address CR concerns.Jun 30, · After having reviewed the current situation of Corporate Social responsibility situation according to the CSR reports of both J Sainsbury and Tesco, the project will highlight certain contradictory issues related to CSR in these companies.
Our values We want to be the UK’s most trusted retailer, where people love to work and shop. Since we set up shop in , we’ve always had a strong sense of social, environmental and economic responsibility and an understanding that our success depends on society’s success.
Published: Tue, 27 Feb Importance of CSR: Case studies of Tesco and Sainsbury Executive Summery. Corporate social responsibility which needed explanation some decades ago, is now included almost every mission statement and does matter in the recent time.
Interview with Sainsbury's Ben Eavis, head of corporate responsibility, discussing CSR, corporate values, social media and the corporate website.
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Interview with Sainsbury's Ben Eavis, head of corporate responsibility, discussing CSR, corporate values, social media and the corporate website. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Tesco (UK’s largest retailer and one of the top supermarket operators in the world) is an important part of its corporate structure.
Tesco’s CSR initiatives across several internal and external activities include local regeneration projects, being environmentally conscious, and community issues. Tesco has made a commitment to corporate social responsibility in the form of contributions of % in of its pre-tax profits to charities/local community organizations.
This compares favourably with Marks & Spencer 's % is lower than that of Sainsbury's %. .