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Corporate Social Responsibility

No competitive advantage without values

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Bogdan Kucharski, head of country, BP Poland


Companies that keep up with the times know that social responsibility projects build their good reputation.

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Food expeditions

Food is always at the heart of the retailer’s offer. With food, it’s not only the quality, price and health aspects that matter.

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Doing well by being well – doing well by doing good

By Ewa Stelmasiak, The Wellness Institute


The Wellness Institute partners with teams and organisations to enhance their levels of wellbeing and employee self-care for better health and performance.

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Building trust, making an impact

By Paulina Koszewska, CSR coordinator, and Małgorzata Marek, CR team leader Poland & CEE, PwC


Business plays a role in solving social and environmental challenges – sharing the best of what they have to help meet the needs of humans and our planet.

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Sustainable supply chain – is it possible?

By Ewa Chwiłkowska, marketing specialist, Fresh Logistics Polska, Raben Group


In the 21st century the key competence of a modern logistics operator is no longer exclusively transport and storage of goods.

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Clean energy solutions for Poland

We are witnessing big changes in the word’s economy and environment.

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CSR in another dimension: corporate social responsibility towards employees

By Adam Targowski, sustainability manager at Skanska Commercial Development

Corporate Social Responsibility, which, according to the PN-ISO 26000 STANDARD, means: "The organisation's responsibility for the impact of its own decisions and actions on society and the environment through transparent and ethical behaviour".

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“Zaczytany biznes” – cooperation between Provident and the Zaczytani.org Foundation

By Agnieszka Krajnik, CSR coordinator


Fairytale therapy sessions conducted in paediatric departments, more than 17,000 books donated by the company’s employees to hospitals in the entire country, 25 hospital libraries opened – this is the outcome of cooperation between Provident and the Zaczytani.org Foundation.

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“Check Your BAL” zone – mobile lesson on responsibility

By Małgorzata Walędzińska-Półtorak, sustainable development programme manager at Kompania Piwowarska


More and more people consume alcoholic drinks in a responsible way.

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Responsible management – the road to success

In the aviation industry, long-term forecasting and planning is essential.

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Taking care of each other, and our communities

by, Magdalena Owsiana, PR & marketing manager and Josie Klafkowska, head of brand and communication, CSR Committee at Cognifide


When Cognifide was founded in a garage in Poznań, it was built on some values that are the foundation of our business.

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We are responsible. We are Credit Suisse

by, Roksana Obuchowska-Waslicka, communications lead for Poland, Credit Suisse (Poland)


At Credit Suisse we believe that a responsible approach to business is a key factor in determining our long-term success.

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Corporate Social Responsibility of ArcelorMittal Poland

ArcelorMittal Poland is an organisation which has an impact on many areas of life.

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Global overview

By Kinga Bloch, partner, HR Director at Cushman & Wakefield


Cushman & Wakefield, as a leading global real estate services firm,  continues to publish its Corporate Social Responsibility activity.

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CSR and tax costs

by Anna Ślasa and Honorata Zakrzewska-Krzyś – managers in the Outsourcing Department, Grant Thornton


While looking at involving your company in CSR activities, consider the potential tax benefits of doing so.

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Business vs smog – fighting for clean air together

By Dorota Franczukowska, programme coordinator, manager in PwC


Smog – we all know that it is harmful to both the respiratory and cardiovascular systems.

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Increasing transparency in the interior design industry

Both the fashion and construction sectors have made great progress in making their sustainability work relevant for their customers.

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CSR in environmental protection: true concern for Mother Nature or a legal requirement?

By Joanna Kwaśny-Krajewska, environmental lawyer at Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland


Business is business. Making a profit is the main purpose of every company.

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The role of CSR in marketing activities

Krzysztof Zajkowski, head of marketing, Walstead Group


There has arguably never been a more important time for businesses to be mindful of their corporate social responsibility.

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Responsible business can bring real change

By Katarzyna Teter, menedżer ds. społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu


Santander Bank Polska, as one of the largest financial institutions in Poland, is committed to implementing its corporate social responsibility strategy, based on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as defined by the UN.