Greenlight A Vet supported by Walmart encourages Americans to turn one light in their home to green as a way to show support for our country’s veterans.
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Walmart hopes to ignite a national conversation on the value and contributions that veterans make in our communities and in the service of our nation. Greenlight A Vet is a visible symbol of support and appreciation for the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
Walmart’s Greenlight A Vet movement invites all Americans to show support for veterans by:
Last year, Millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the workforce. They are our managers of today and our executives of tomorrow – and they’re changing the face of employee engagement.
For many people across the globe, recycling offers a key entry point to participate in the circular economy - an economy that is restorative and aims to keep products, components, and materials at their highest utility and value at all times.
Los Angeles, CA, October 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The California Diversity Council is proud to host the Inaugural Los Angeles Veterans Summit on November 10, 2016 at Paramount Pictures. This event will afford an opportunity for veterans and employers to learn best practices for hiring, transitioning, and retaining veterans in the civilian workforce.
At LongHorn Steakhouse, our team members serve as the faces of our brand and ambassadors of our core values. They make an impression on every guest who walks through our front doors, delivering great food, an engaging atmosphere and unmatched service.
As this great article on Forbes points out, ‘your actions + what others say about you = your reputation’. It’s a formula that I tell all my jobseeker clients to write on a brightly colored sticky note and pin to their desktop. Why? Because your reputation is your currency and it has a major impact on your employability – especially in the social media era.
Reflecting on the importance of our employees in creating a special company culture and continuing our legacy of excellence
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As part of our 50th Anniversary celebration, we asked our employees to discuss how they define Tetra Tech’s DNA and what makes our company distinct. Tetra Tech employees from across the company spoke about how our people make Tetra Tech special.
Brandon Morrison grew up outside of Philadelphia where he would spend summers at the Jersey Shore. Spending time at the beach and being out on the water each summer growing up helped foster his passion for the environment. Over the years, Brandon took notice of the high turnover of vacation rentals and the staggering amount of trash that people would leave behind at the end of their vacations. He even witnessed people toss aside their perfectly good beach chairs if they knew they were leaving the next day. These experiences left Brandon with a desire to protect the environment.