The Centre for Social Justice Blog

CSJ Blog: Should there be more to business than profit?

Business, by its very existence, is one of the best tools for social mobility, driving employment and economic growth. It creates jobs, provides skills and training for employees, promotes economic activity among suppliers, invests in innovation and delivers products and services to…

Press Release: Charitable ethos helps businesses boost bottom line, finds CSJ.

Companies who prioritise helping their local community, funding social enterprises and increasing the number of disabled people in their workforce are more likely to retain staff, have a strong brand image and be productive, a new report from the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has found. In a study of…
Andy Cook

CSJ Blog: Britain needs to upgrade its benefits system

When the welfare state was established in 1946, one of its founding principles was that it was contributory – yes, the state would take care of you, but only if you had paid in at least 156 weekly contributions. The social security…

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