Gender Equality CSR News

Building Equality with The CBRE Ally Program

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The Ally Program at CBRE supports the LGBTQ community to enrich the lives of everyone, inside and outside of the workplace. In addition, The Ally Network group also provides an open-minded support system for conducting business while addressing the personal requirements of our  LGBT community. 
 
To learn more about our Allies, and CBRE’s Diversity & Inclusion programs, visit www.cbre.us/about/careers/diversity
 

Booz Allen’s Dee Dee Helfenstein Shares Career Advice for the Next Generation of Women in Consulting

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When women are supported, everyone succeeds. By championing women, celebrating their successes and their unique journeys, we help them to become unstoppable. 

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When women are supported, everyone succeeds. By championing women, celebrating their successes and their unique journeys, we help them to become unstoppable. 

Booz Allen’s “Leading Together” Series: Women Executives Share Stories and Secrets to Success

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Booz Allen Deputy General Counsel Brenda Morris interviews Laura Liswood, secretary general of the Council of Women World  leaders and Carol Melton, CEO and founder of Adeft Capital

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Booz Allen Deputy General Counsel Brenda Morris interviews Laura Liswood, secretary general of the Council of Women World  leaders and Carol Melton, CEO and founder of Adeft Capital

Heathrow 2.0: Inspiring a Sustainable Future for Air Travel

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May 20, 2019 
Heathrow 2.0, launched in 2017, signalled the beginning of a new chapter for Europe’s busiest airport. It sets out an inspiring journey to a sustainable future for air travel, moving beyond Heathrow’s own operations to create positive change across the industry.

Booz Allen Named Among Indeed’s Top-Rated Workplaces

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Work-life balance is good for both employees and employers. A Corporate Executive Board study of 50,000 global workers found that employees who believe they have a good work-life balance work 21 percent harder.

Diversity in the Workplace: Women in Leadership

Medtronic works to better support women pursuing leadership roles
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While public dialogue — and a commitment by many large companies — to address the gender equality gap is helping raise awareness, the percentage of women in leadership roles, across industries, continues to lag. At Medtronic, action translates into fostering a strong culture of inclusion and accountability; setting aggressive, measurable goals; and implementing policies and programs that accelerate progress. 

 

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While public dialogue — and a commitment by many large companies — to address the gender equality gap is helping raise awareness, the percentage of women in leadership roles, across industries, continues to lag. At Medtronic, action translates into fostering a strong culture of inclusion and accountability; setting aggressive, measurable goals; and implementing policies and programs that accelerate progress. 

 

Inclusive Workplace Earns Aramark Three Awards

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Higher rates of workplace diversity can help companies evolve, innovate, problem-solve and be more efficient. It attracts the best talent, and helps define a company's reputation as a responsible company.

In the past few weeks, Aramark has earned three separate awards recognizing the company for its inclusive environment:

Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Chevron is Engineering Opportunities for Women

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Chevron was honored with the Catalyst Award for efforts related to attracting, retaining, developing and advancing women at Chevron. In this video, Chevron executives and employees share the company’s 20-year journey to increase diversity and inclusion in the workplace driven by The Chevron Way and senior-level management commitment. 
 
To learn more about diversity at Chevron visit www.chevron.com/about/diversity

Chevron Partners with Catalyst to Advance Gender Equality

$5 million grant to support Catalyst’s “Men Advocating Real Change” program
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SAN RAMON, Calif., June 3, 2019  /3BL Media/ - Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) announced a $5 million grant to Catalyst, a global nonprofit advancing workplace gender equality, in support of expanding the organization’s Men Advocating Real Change (MARC) program, which Chevron adopted in 2016.

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