A responsible workplace
Our staff community
Our community is made up of many different types of staff, and we know that everyone adds value to the everday operation of the Business School. In this video, we hear from three members of staff from our professional services about the School's community, commitment to responsible business, and looking forward to the future.
Our staff make a difference
At Birmingham Business School, we are continuously proud of our staff and the work that they do. We know that our colleagues are contributing to wider society outside of their working lives by volunteering for good causes. We're documenting the volunteering experiences that our staff share with us to celebrate how they are giving back to the community.
Volunteering with the Bournville Warriors: Rob Fleming's experience
"It’s great to see quite how many people it involves, and how
many people's lives it affects"
Read more about Rob's experience
Responsible business tracker
In late 2018 Birmingham Business School was one of 64 forerunner organisations that made a submission in the pilot cycle of Business in the Community’s Responsible Business Tracker®.
The Responsible Business Tracker® is a tool designed to enable an organisation to measure their performance as a responsible business, using the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
For our 2018 entry, we were commended for our programme of work around diversity and inclusion, as well as our use of the Sustainable Development Goals, which inform our research and business initiatives. The exercise has highlighted how we should review our approach to impact measurement and reporting in relation to health and wellbeing initiatives, to ensure we are achieving what we set out to do in this area.
BiTC said: “Thank you to The University of Birmingham for your participation in the Forerunner Cycle of the Responsible Business Tracker®. We were particularly excited to see your wide-ranging Diversity and Inclusion activities.”
Above: Forerunners of the Responsible Business Tracker® including Professor Ian Thomson, Director of the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business