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Schneider Electric Tomorrow Rising Web Series: Pierre

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Schneider Electric presents Tomorrow Rising: a web series showcasing our international energy training program for determined people and young entrepreneurs from underprivileged backgrounds.

This is Pierre. He’s now a teacher in Mbour in Senegal, but not so long ago he was a brilliant student. Discover how he change the lives of people around him in his little town in the next Schneider Electric web series “Tomorrow Rising,” out on October 2nd 2019! 

Trading Places With an Employee From Across the World

Participating in an international staff exchange with employees in Australia and Canada
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In 2019 two Tetra Tech offices on opposite sides of the earth participated in a staff secondment exchange. Patrick Lynch transferred from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, from March to September. Emily Messer transferred from Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, from June to September.

Schneider Electric's 2018-2019 Sustainability Report

by Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Schneider Electric
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Our promise

At Schneider Electric, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. Our commitment to it extends across our technology, our value chain, our business model, and our culture. 

Toward a more sustainable world

ON Semiconductor Makes Kindness The Norm!

Written by: Jackie Terry, CSR Program Manager
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A key component our company’s corporate social responsibility program is our community initiatives. Through philanthropy and volunteerism, we aim to create a relationship of mutual trust and respect between the company and the local communities in which we operate. Through our community involvement, we also want our employees to be proud of what they do and where they work.

Hiring Our Heroes

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Republic Services has a longstanding commitment to our military and to the men and women who serve our country.

In honor of Veterans Day, we recognized our many employees who are veterans and active service members at a celebration at our headquarters – attended by nearly 600 employees. This gave us the opportunity to launch an important employee business resource group named V.A.L.O.R. (Veterans, Advocacy, Learning, Outreach and Recruiting) that will create a network of veterans and military supporters across our company who are passionate about helping veterans.

5 Ways to Join The Global Giving Movement! #GivingTuesday

This December 3rd join the #GivingTuesday movement and take time to share, collaborate and inspire your employees, friends and co-workers to get involved
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With Giving Tuesday less than a month away, here are 5 quick and easy ways to engage your employees and peers while doing an incredible amount of social good.

This is the season of giving, but you don’t have to do it all by yourself. Use your company and brand power to get others involved. Together, we can make incredible happen!

Honoring Our Veterans and Military Families Through Corporate Commitments

By Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas, Managing Director, CECP
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On Veterans Day, we honor our country’s military veterans who served to protect our freedom and rights. Many of us at CECP have family members and friends who have served or are serving in the military, and in our special salute, we want to highlight the commitment by companies to support military families and veterans.

Essential Strategies to Boost Participation in Your Goodness Initiatives

Tips and tactics from industry-leading companies with sky-high participation rates
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By tapping into your people’s passions, you can garner more participation in giving and volunteering year-round. And the more people you can engage in meaningful ways, the closer you are to creating an inclusive, purpose-driven culture that benefits your people, company and communities.

Tune in to learn:

Investing in Career Development Helps Companies Attract, Keep and Promote Top Talent

Words by Tina Casey
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In today’s tight labor market, companies cannot afford to ignore untapped reservoirs of smart, motivated potential employees. Yet many have just such a pool of talent right before their eyes. By innovating on outreach, continuing education and career development, some companies are finding new ways to ensure their workforce is the best it can be—and that can mean a more diverse workforce, as well.

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Inspiring Women Leaders in IT

Jordi Botifoll, SVP Cisco America's, President Cisco LatAm, Co-Author: Luz Ma Murguia, Latin American Marketing Director, Cisco
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There is evidence that a shortage of technology professionals is undermining business performance. In a 2016 survey by Venture Beat, 65% of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other business leaders said that difficulty in recruiting skilled IT professionals was harming IT modernization efforts. That was three years ago and since then, the gap has gotten even wider.

One solution – recruit more women.

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