NEW YORK, April 29, 2013 /3BL Media/ - While communication is overwhelmingly ranked as the most important leadership principle during a time of change (43 percent), corporate leadership teams are reluctant to update employees during crises (25.6 percent), according to a recent Deloitte webcast poll.
Every month we profile a different member who helps make our community so unique. To learn more about our network of engaged EHS and Sustainability professionals, please visit us online at www.naem.org.
Each year, DiversityInc surveys a wide range of industries and salutes those whose leadership, procurement practices, communications and training reflect best practices in diversity. This week, DiversityInc named Monsanto Company the No. 2 company for global diversity and ranked the company No.
Within the last month, the Conflict Minerals 'clock' has gone from a mild tick to a loud thunder in the ears of Global Brands. Source Intelligence has received unrivaled amounts of Request For Proposals (RFP) indicating mass awareness of the importance to comply.
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The American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Conference is an ideal opportunity to meet hundreds of your colleagues responsible for corporate social responsibility, cause marketing, corporate philanthropy, and corporate wellness programs and learn how to be more successful and empowered in the workplace!
Corporate Citizenship's research in identifying the different types of tax policy and implications of this debate for businesses
Tax is becoming a major issue in corporate responsibility that presents fundamental risks to multinationals. The traditional defence of compliance is dead; the distinction between evasion (illegal) and avoidance (lawful) has dissolved in the eyes of governments, NGOs and citizens. Politicians, campaign groups and the media have seized on tax as a topical issue in tough economic times. Companies such as British American Tobacco, McDonald’s and ExxonMobil have embraced new approaches to tax.
Source Intelligence developed a truly unique program designed to help all companies address the REACH and RoHS compliance. We have a deep understanding of how supply chains work and the values placed on the relationships that exist between customers and suppliers.
What does REACH stand for?
The Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals.
REACH addresses the production and use of chemical substances, and their potential impacts on both human health and the environment.