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Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business within Birmingham Business School, is a challenge-centred, interdisciplinary research and engagement space exploring how businesses can be ‘rewired responsibly’ to inform, shape and energise the Responsible Business Revolution and to underpin Lloyds Banking Group’s pioneering initiative, ‘Helping Britain Prosper.’
Working with Mayor Andy Street, Lloyds Banking Group and the College of Social Sciences are helping young people take their first step into the world of work and enabling colleagues to connect and give as part of our wellbeing strategy.
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The Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business was officially opened on Tuesday 2 October by António Horta-Osório, CEO of Lloyds Banking Group.
On the 13 September 2018 over 120 representatives from business, policy makers, third sector organisations, students and academics met in the eclectic Fazeley Studios to participate in a discussion about how to build a better, more responsible future for business.
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The Annual Report and Centre Brochure offers readers the opportunity to gain an understanding of the Centre’s development journey from inception to a year later.
Posted 20 February 2019
Dr Juliet E. Kele, Research Fellow in HRM, offers her five top tips for embedding meaningful D&I processes into the workplace, and avoiding diversity fatigue.
Posted 14 February 2019
The Future of Work and the Future of Unions, an event celebrating 150 years of the TUC
Posted 31 January 2019
Dr Juliet Kele describes her experience of attending a BAM workshop and learning about the history of corporate responsibility.
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