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SAP Africa Recognised as Best Place to Work in Africa

The 2012/13 Top Employers Institute Awards ranks SAP Africa as the Best Employer on the continent.
Press Release

September 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ - SAP Africa has been recognised as Africa's best place to work by the internationally accredited Top Employers Institute, at a gala awards ceremony held in Johannesburg. As well as securing first place in the category ‘Overall Top Employer Africa', SAP Africa also secured first place in the ‘Industry IT Top Employer' in South Africa category, as well as fifth place in the ‘Overall Top Employers South Africa' category. The company was praised for its skills development efforts and its focus on education, learning and employee development.

SCS Independently Recognized in "Best for Workers" Honor Roll

B Lab Names SCS Global Services Among 2013 Certified B Corp Honorees
Press Release

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Sept. 3, 2013 / 3BL Media /PRNewswire/ -- SCS Global Services (SCS), a global leader in third-party environmental and sustainability certification, auditing, testing, and standards development, was one of 79 companies across 39 industries and 6 countries recognized for creating the most positive impact for their workers by the nonprofit B Lab, which released its 2013 'B Corp Best for the Workers List'.

SAP Labs India Bags CMO Asia Award

Press Release

Bangalore,  September 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ -  (IBNS): Enterprise application software provider SAP Asia Pacific and Japan on Friday declared that SAP Labs India has won the CMO Asia’s ‘Best Organization for Women Talent Development’ award across Asia for its contribution to the empowerment of women in industry.

The award specifically recognises the efforts undertaken at SAP Labs India to engage women successfully and have cheered and supported the development of women professionally, the company noted.

Volunteering, the Best Business Strategy Money Can’t Buy

The Business Case For Volunteering
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By Laura Asiala

Like most experienced business professionals, I am highly suspicious of things that seem “too good to be true.”  So, I shouldn’t be so surprised when people continue to ask—even demand, “What’s the business case for corporate volunteerism?”

Deadlines Fast Approaching for Global Leaders To Engage with India’s Most Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs

Press Release

MUMBAI, India, September 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Deadlines are fast approaching for the 2013-2014 India Social Entrepreneurship Journeys, which will enable top executives, academics, and nonprofit leaders to discover how they can have their greatest positive impact on the world. Taking place this upcoming December and February, the India Social Entrepreneurship Journeys will take a hand selected groups of senior leaders on carefully curated 5-8 day experiences.

Martin Wolf, Director of Product Sustainability and Authenticity; Seventh Generation Inc.

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This month we introduce you to Martin Wolf, Director of Product Sustainability and Authenticity for Seventh Generation Inc., one of the members who makes our network so unique!

1. Why did you join NAEM?
The world of corporate sustainability is growing and changing rapidly.  As the world’s largest association of corporate environmental, health and safety, and sustainability professionals, NAEM provides an unparalleled opportunity for learning and sharing about sustainability management challenges and solutions.

Lori Smargiassi, Environment Health and Safety Engineer; Lockheed Martin Corp.

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This month we introduce you to Lori Smargiassi, Environment Health and Safety Engineer at Lockheed Martin Corp., one of the members who helps make our network so unique.

Why did you join NAEM?

I joined NAEM to take advantage of the opportunities that a large association of my peers can offer such as networking, seminars and conferences. This allows me to enhance my understanding of technical subjects and gain valuable lessons learned from others in the ESH field.

What are you currently working on?

PG&E Participates in Pilot Program to Measure the Impact of Community Investments

ACCP and Corporate Citizenship Release Pilot Program Results on Global Approach to Measuring Corporate Community Investing
Summary: 
Pilot program participants include Amway, Cisco, ConAgra Foods, The Coca‐Cola Company, The Dow Chemical Company, FedEx, Goodrich Corporation, The Hartford, Hasbro, ING U.S., KPMG, Merck, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Press Release
Pilot program participants include Amway, Cisco, ConAgra Foods, The Coca‐Cola Company, The Dow Chemical Company, FedEx, Goodrich Corporation, The Hartford, Hasbro, ING U.S., KPMG, Merck, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company

A Strong Intern Program Provides a Pipeline for Success

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By Vicky Will
Vice President of Environmental Services at Exelon Power

My workplace seems quieter than usual this week.  We are just as busy as we were last week, but our summer interns have left us and gone back to school. 

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