New vice president of Inclusion & Diversity will lead three-year strategy to increase equity, inclusion and diversity in operations, hiring and community engagement.
CHICAGO, March 9, 2021 /3BL Media/ — WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services consultancy, has appointed Tanya Adams vice president of inclusion and diversity. Adams will implement the company’s new three-year strategic plan to deliver equity and equality for WSP USA employees and the communities the firm serves.
Energy will come from the Haystack Wind project in Nebraska, US, currently under construction and expected online later this year.
In addition to PepsiCo, announced earlier this year, Target, a general merchandise retailer, and Hormel Foods, a global branded food company, have signed long-term agreements with Ørsted to purchase energy from the 298 MW Haystack Wind project in Nebraska.
"It's great to partner with Hormel Foods, PepsiCo, and Target as they work towards their renewable energy goals," said Vishal Kapadia, Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, at Ørsted Onshore.
This Women’s History Month, Edwige Robinson, T-Mobile’s new Senior Vice President of the Central Regional Network Engineering & Operations, shares her journey from Africa to America, overcoming adversity and seizing opportunity to pave a way for herself and blaze a trail for others.
Programs will provide access to quality education and job opportunities for over 50 students in underrepresented communities across the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico
ROCKY HILL, Conn., March 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Henkel, the company behind well-known brands such as Loctite®, Dial®, Right Guard®, Schwarzkopf®, and Persil®, has announced new scholarship and internship programs in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) across Henkel businesses.
Research shows that recognition can increase employee engagement by more than 40 percent. With a strong recognition culture, employees are more likely to endorse a company as a great place to work, more likely to stay with the company long-term and more likely to feel committed to their job, manager and the company mission.
Hear from two engineers participating in the Qualcomm pilot program, which aims to expand talent pipelines and drive diversity.
Employees take career breaks for a variety of reasons — to travel the world, try entrepreneurship, stay home with kids, or care for family members — to name a few. However, when employees return to the workplace, they may feel hesitant toward the inevitable challenges ahead.
T-Mobile’s new Senior Vice President of the Central Regional Network Engineering & Operations shares her journey from Africa to America, overcoming adversity and seizing opportunity to pave a way for herself and blaze a trail for others.
By Shawna Ryan, T-Mobile Stories
Ask Edwige Robinson what gave her the grit to embark on a courageous career path in a field where she had no mentors and no clear path to success, and her answer may surprise you.
“I love this question because it will help many people — you see, I stumbled into the tech realm a couple of decades ago.”