The concept of diversity as a driver of innovation and healthy company culture has been around for a long time. To a large extent, companies have embraced the concept of diversity and inclusion, but there is still a lot of work to be done around integrating a commitment to diversity and inclusion into company culture in ways that result in more engaged employees, improved decision making, and healthier bottom lines. We talk a good talk – but how can we begin to see actual results?
Chief Diversity Officer and Chief Sustainability Officer lauded for influence in their fields
Las Vegas, December 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Two top executives at MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) have been recognized for their contributions in diversity, philanthropy and sustainability.
Phyllis A. James, Executive Vice President, Special Counsel-Litigation and Chief Diversity Officer for MGM Resorts International, has been named one of 2014’s most influential women in corporate America by Savoy Magazine.
It has now been over a year since we made our commitment on zero-tolerance for land grabs. As part of the rigorous value chain analysis of our human rights impacts that we undertake, land rights had surfaced as one of the risks.
Even though Pro Bono Week takes place every year, we'd like to take the spirit of Pro Bono Week and make it Pro Bono Daily!
Pro Bono Week, the annual weeklong celebration of pro bono and volunteerism that takes place in late October, raises awareness and recognition for the value created for individuals, companies and nonprofits engaged in pro bono and skilled volunteering.
Marcone VP Rick Vogel accepts recognition & thanks for supporting military spouses from Dr. Jill Biden in Washington, D.C.
December 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ - This month, Marcone’s Vice President Rick Vogel represented his company in Washington, D.C. to accept induction as a new partner in the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), part of First Lady Obama’s Joining Forces Initiative.
With the issues of corruption becoming an increasingly growing problem here in the US and abroad, governing organizations are finding ways to investigate possible instances of corruption within any organization. Abroad, in places such as the United Kingdom, the UK Bribery Act has focuses on, not only company activity as whole, but also looking into individual actions of its employees on a granular level.
As part of its mission to promote diversity in the broadcast journalism industry, the Fox News Ailes Apprentice Program has named Alexander Pineda, a senior journalism student at Hofstra University, and Clayshawn Marie Moore, a senior journalism student at Saint Augustine University, as the recipients of the 2014-15 Ailes Rising Apprentice Scholarship.