The Premier’s Sustainability Awards are almost upon us and the finalists have been announced. Of particular interest to us was the Small and Medium Business category. The challengers are a broad and eclectic set, demonstrating some exciting and innovative approaches to solving thorny issues.
Ok, so we accept that getting excited about Christmas even before the first advent calendar window has been prized open may irk some of you, but there will be many who believe that ‘preparedness is near to godliness’ and even some keen to take one big red-booted-step towards doing the right thing this year.
Good Business Matters were very proud to play their part at the Small Business Festival, presenting their workshop in Federation Square to a passionate group of business leaders interested in growing their businesses in a responsible and sustainable way.
Employee engagement in CSR activities can demonstrably improve job performance. Good Business Message Employee engagement in CSR activities can demonstrably improve job performance. I’m just going to let the first line of this social responsibility article speak for itself: Share
It feels good to share. It could be your expertise, a useful connection for someone, opening doors, being a mentor. With a single daily dose of “giving”, a simple and remarkably sweet pill, you can do you and your business the world of good.
In keeping with our previous post about Hornby, here’s another toy-related story. Researchers have developed a $5 chemistry set, that uses the old-school technology of hole-punched paper tape to program a device that then dispenses various chemicals on demand.