A new Wells Fargo report, ‘Living our Commitment,’ provides a comprehensive look at the company’s progress in corporate social responsibility and reinforces a pledge to donate more than $1 million a day to nonprofits this year.
Futurists, environmentalists and planners alike generally believe that humans living in more densely populated areas has benefits for the earth – city-living is just a much more efficient use of the planet’s resources. But cities also expose a society’s inequality. Some of the world’s wealthiest cities are plagued by abundant homelessness and have deep pockets of persistent poverty. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Rafael Mandelman, a local San Francisco politician who has seen homelessness up close.
Las Vegas Sands is strongly committed to being a good corporate citizen and creating a positive impact on its guests, partners, stakeholders, and within the communities it operates worldwide. By focusing on enriching its Team Members and company culture, making communities a better place to live, and preserving and protecting the planet, the company upholds its responsibilities as a business while continuing to create extraordinary experiences amongst its Integrated Resorts.
Porsche White and why she wants everyone to belong
By Mary Burich
Tommy Swearingen has the privilege of meeting a lot of employees in his job as human resources manager at MegaMex Foods. Even so, he remembers vividly the day in 2008 when Porsche White crossed his path. What’s more, in the years since their first meeting, he’s been able to watch her make a difference in the life of Hormel Foods and perhaps more important, in the lives of its workers.
Report outlines achievements in efforts to create economic opportunity, advance diversity and social inclusion, and promote environmental sustainability
SAN FRANCISCO, May 30, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) today released its 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility report, which details the significant progress the company made last year to address social, economic, and environmental challenges through its philanthropy, operations, and products and services.
At Nestlé, we’ve found three things that are essential to helping veterans thrive. No matter where you end up, here’s what to look for during your transition process.
By Jon Salmons, Vice President, Recruiting — Nestlé USA
According to a survey conducted by Prudential Financial and IAVA, three in five veterans worried about “how to translate their military skills to a business environment.” The survey also found that “veterans are most concerned about finding a job that is meaningful to them.”
On May 23, 2018, William Demchak, chairman, president and CEO of PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., received the 2018 A. Leon Higginbotham Corporate Leadership Award at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law’s Leadership Award Dinner.
Named in honor of Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., a pioneering civil rights advocate, author and federal appeals court judge, the Corporate Leadership Award recognizes exemplary corporate leadership in promoting diversity and equal opportunity in the workplace.
by Darlene Owens, Global Supplier Diversity Program Manager
For entrepreneurs, having a great product or service is only the first step toward success. The next steps include finding capital, connections, contracts and customers. For many woman-owned and minority-owned firms, gaining access to these vital resources can be a challenge.