Philip Morris: Don't be afraid of diversity, it's good for business
Philip Morris ČR is the first company in the Czech Republic to receive the prestigious Equal-Salary certification, which is awarded by the Swiss EQUAL-SALARY Foundation as an independent confirmation of equal pay for men and women in equal positions. Andrea Gontkovic, Chairman of the Board and CEO, and Michaela Prajerová, P&C Manager, described the process the company went through as part of the audit at a joint meeting of responsible companies. The event was organised by Business for Society as part of its networking programme BPS Café.
Will the next James Bond ride in an electric car? It's inevitable, think executives at Hyundai
Electromobility is the future, and the only way to move Europe towards the goal of reducing transport emissions by 90 percent by 2050. This was the consensus of the participants in the debate "Electromobility and a fair green transformation", which took place last week at the Hyundai car plant in Nosovice. The famous 007 film agent James Bond was also present. According to top Hyundai executives, it is almost inevitable that he will eventually switch to an electric car.
Debate of ambassadors of Scandinavian countries on circular economy brought inspiration for Czech responsible business
The unique debate was hosted by the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic, and examples of good practice of responsible companies were also presented. Their representatives also pointed out a number of obstacles they encounter in promoting the principles of circular economy in the Czechia.
Worried about high unemployment? Introduce flexicurity, the Danes advise the Czech Republic
"The Danes have the lowest long-term unemployment rate of all EU countries. "The flexicurity model - a system based on a balance between a flexible labour market and social security - has helped significantly," said Søren Kelstrup, Denmark's ambassador to the Czech Republic, at Tuesday's debate in the Chamber of Deputies. In the second part of the debate, representatives of Scandinavian responsible companies also spoke and the voice of Czech trade unions was also heard.
Jak sladit práci a soukromý život? EU zavádí novou směrnici, která pomáhá rodičům a podporuje rovné příležitosti
Do české legislativy se přenáší nová směrnice Evropského parlamentu a Rady EU „Work-life Balance“ (WLB). Téma jsme probrali s hosty prvního panelu konference „Matky a otcové vítáni 2023“, kterou pořádala aliance odpovědných firem Byznys pro společnost.
Abolition of tax incentive for employee benefits? The government may have stepped on the wrong foot as unions and associations push for change
The Chamber of Deputies has given the first reading to the government's consolidation package, which includes a proposal to abolish the tax advantage for employee benefits. The comments will now be discussed by the parliamentary committees. Although the government has declared that it will not allow further changes, the issue of benefits is still open - both trade unions and employee associations have opposed the abolition of the tax advantage. On behalf of Business for Society, we have previously pointed out that we do not consider this plan to be a happy one.