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Bank of Ireland

Green Initiatives (graduates)

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7.0 / 10

(based on 26 ratings in 2015)

How much importance does your firm place on green initiatives and what are firm’s efforts in this area?

2015

"I think that there is a culture within the Group to try to limit our carbon footprint: this includes recycling and efforts to try and reduce our use paper usage."
Graduate, Dublin
"I believe that every effort is made to reduce, reuse and recycle to reduce the Bank's carbon footprint."
Graduate, Dublin
"Although paper is commonly used in offices and branches, Bank of Ireland are attempting to increase digitalisation to reduce the Bank's carbon footprint: information is provided in emails about not printing them unless absolutely needed, and digital documents are used alongside online access rather than printing documents every time."
Graduate, Dublin
"The Bank encourages its employees to walk/cycle through pedometer challenges and Couch to 5k, to ensure that transport methods can help to reduce the Bank's carbon footprint."
Graduate, Dublin
"The Bike to Work Scheme and Taxsaver public transport yearly tickets are promoted well in the workplace, encouraging the use of more eco-friendly transport methods."
Graduate, Dublin
"I think that the Bank has a huge emphasis on recycling: Bank of Ireland are even a sponsor of Junk Couture, an event for schools to make outfits from totally recyclable materials."
Graduate, Dublin

2014

"I think there could be a little more effort to encourage less print and less paper use."
Graduate, Dublin
"Bank of Ireland group places a very significant emphasis on having a low carbon footprint, and staff are advised to recycle."
Graduate, Dublin
"There are recycling facilities available and it is encouraged, but I have not noticed anything above average in this regard."
Graduate, Dublin
"There are recycling bins and a clear desk policy."
Graduate, Dublin

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