MetLife employees grow and thrive by providing training and development, emphasizing health and wellness, and promoting diversity and inclusion.
Creating a culture of wellness
Light, space, healthy food options, exercise opportunities — MetLife considers these to be basic elements of a culture of workplace wellness. Over the past few years, we’ve focused on bringing these design elements to our newly constructed and existing offices. Some of our newest facilities offer sit-stand desks, treadmill workstations and outdoor walking trails.
Sealed Air’s innovative solutions are designed to help our customers achieve their sustainability goals in the face of today’s biggest resource challenges and, at the same time, drive economic growth. We achieve this by looking beyond the product to consider the entire value chain, including sourcing, distribution and even disposal.
People, planet profit from team at Monterrey plant
For the team at Sealed Air’s manufacturing plant in Monterrey, Mexico, sustainability and social responsibility go hand in hand. Their zero waste program provides a case in point.
In 2016, our employees at the plant launched campaigns to recycle batteries, PET plastic and paper, determined to send zero waste to landfills. They also implemented measures to reduce earplug consumption. But that’s not all.
The first of the three pillars supporting Sealed Air’s 2020 Sustainability Goals establishes our commitment to reduce the environmental impact of our operations. We have defined that commitment in terms of four key metrics: energy intensity, greenhouse gas intensity, water intensity and landfill waste.
At Sealed Air, our goal is to demonstrate through our operations, solutions and ambitions that we can deliver sustainable value to benefit both businesses and society at large. We know that inefficiency and waste impact bottom lines, the environment and communities. So the question we ask ourselves is: “how can we make a difference?”
In September 2015, all 193 Member States of the United Nations set a very ambitious and necessary agenda for achieving a better future for us all by adopting a set of 17 global goals: the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs aim to end poverty and hunger, fight inequalities and injustice, and protect our planet.
And, if we want to realize these goals, it’s essential that we get “buy in” from investors around the world.
The United Nations is calling on companies to play a big role in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, and your business’s operational practices are just one piece of the impact pie. What if you created a grassroots, company-wide movement with the potential for greater social — and business — impact?
At the corporate level and through each of our properties, Las Vegas Sands has made significant contributions to improve the quality of life in the regions where we operate. We are a major economic contributor, spurring tourism, jobs and tax revenue, as well as a committed catalyst for addressing social issues and helping the less fortunate in our communities.