Research

  • Deloitte Insights: The rise of the social enterprise

    Organizations are no longer judged only for their financial performance, or even the quality of their products or services. Rather, they are being evaluated on the basis of their impact on society at large—transforming them from business enterprises into social enterprises.


  • Corporate Community Investment: Four Routes to Impact

    This report, published by the City of London in collaboration with Corporate Citizenship, draws on both inspirational and practical examples from pioneering businesses, to set out four practical pathways that organisations can take to shape and develop similar programmes.  


  • Delivering through Diversity – McKinsey & Company

    Delivering through Diversity both tackles the business case and provides a perspective on how to take action on I&D to impact growth and business performance.


  • Mandatory UK gender pay reporting – the story so far (PwC Report)

    In this report, PwC explore the detail behind the headline statistics and the positive actions that companies are taking to improve their gap.


  • 2018 Women in Work Index – PwC

    This year’s update of the PwC Women in Work Index shows that the OECD has continued its gradual progress towards greater female economic empowerment. The Nordic countries, particularly Iceland, Sweden and Norway, continue to occupy the top positions on the Index. 


  • City of London Corporation: “The City as a Place for People”

    This research shines a light on the strategies that businesses are implementing to attract highly skilled and mobile professionals, leveraging buildings and place to secure the brightest and best, with insights from key property industry figures and representatives from some of the Square Mile’s leading firms, as well as mobile skilled professionals.


  • The GivX Community Value Award Report 2017

    GivX is the UK Corporate Giving Index by Benefacto. It is a free and simple benchmarking framework that can help business to demonstrate the value of their community investment activities.


  • Corporate Giving by the FTSE 100

    This is the third CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) Corporate Giving by the FTSE 100 report. This year, in addition to reviewing charitable giving within the FTSE 100, they have also conducted a survey amongst 1,004 adults aged 16+ and the results are included.


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