Ole Hansen, Head of Global Compact LEAD tells Dina Medland of Forbes how the UN Global Compact is taking the sustainability discussion all the way to the top of the corporate ladder: the world's boardrooms.
As an openly gay general manager at AT&T, I experience AT&T’s commitment to equality and inclusion firsthand; my story as an employee is special because it is unremarkable. From the day I joined AT&T 13 years ago, AT&T fostered an environment where I feel comfortable to share who I am. My husband Rob is a part of my work life just like any spouse, and when he and I married, I was proud to share the news with my AT&T family.
Even with ample resources, you may still be struggling to find a career that suits you. You’ve tried everything - networking, the latest technology, career fairs, job boards, etc. Despite interviews, conversations, connections, and lots of promise, you’re still not finding a role that fits what you’re seeking.
Los Angeles, CA, November 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – CBRE Group, Inc. has added CBRE Military to the lineup of networking groups serving its more than 23,000 employees across the U.S. The group’s mission is to bridge the gap between military life and the corporate world for current and prospective employees with military experience.
LONDON, November 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Jim McEleney, chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa at BNY Mellon, a global leader in investment management and investment services, has been named in a list of the Top 100 LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) business role models.
Sustainability managers at major companies are getting more authority, more responsibility, and bigger budgets to support their positions. That’s the finding of a recent survey by Verdantix, a sustainability research and analysis firm. Their polling tracked 260 sustainability managers at companies with revenues ranging from $250 million to $20 billion. Respondents were selected from 21 industries, from business and financial services to manufacturing and retail. More than 90 percent of those respondents reported directly to the company CEO or another member of the executive committee.