The City of Houston hosted its annual Mayor's Back To School Festival at the University of Houston's main campus last Saturday. The event supports families who can't afford the costs of getting their child ready for school. Union Pacific took the opportunity not only to lend a hand, but to spread its safety message.
Sears Holdings employs over 30,000 military veterans, with 1,500 still in the National Guard & Reserves. We have a policy that will even pay the difference between their military and civilian pay when they’re called into active duty, so they’re not penalized for serving our country. Over the last 17 months,we’ve hired more than 5,100 veterans.
Tulane University to present Conflict Minerals Burden Survey at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium. This survey acts as a follow up to the October 2011 study, which analyzed the economic impact of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The latest study will now look at the realized impact affected companies are experiencing from conflict minerals legislation.
PwC to speak at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium in Los Angeles, Californa August 21-22, 2013. Authors of the recent conflict minerals survey titled "How Companies are Preparing" will present key findings such as the level of understanding of the conflict minerals rule, as well as their progress towards compliance.
Release of AngelPoints 2013.4 marks continuous improvement and growth of leading employee engagement solution
New York, NY, August 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ – MicroEdge, LLC, the leading provider of solutions to the giving community worldwide, announced today the release of AngelPoints 2013.4, the latest update to its system that helps corporations coordinate, track and measure the success of their employee engagement efforts.
Yum! Brands CEO David Novak utilizes the deep need for personal recognition to not only spark a fun working atmosphere, but inspire Yum! employees worldwide to maximize their potential and drive results.
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Over the next five years, one million servicemen and women will be leaving the military and returning to civilian life. In support of those veterans, CVS Caremark has joined the national Joining Forces initiative, a White House program aimed at hiring and training veterans and military spouses. As part of Joining Forces, CVS Caremark has committed to hiring veterans and military spouses for 25 percent of its new hires in logistics and distribution centers nationwide, which equates to about 1,000 jobs over the next four years.