Senior Vice President Dr. Leo S. Mackay Jr. recognized for Thought Leadership in Governance, Risk, Compliance and Ethics
BETHESDA, Md., May 20, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Senior Vice President for Ethics and Enterprise Assurance, Dr. Leo S. Mackay, Jr., was named one of Compliance Week’s 2019 “Top Minds,” an annual recognition of the best and brightest thought leaders in the fields of governance, risk, compliance and ethics.
Local Vet Receives Laundry Pair from Whirlpool Veteran’s Association and Blue Star Mothers
Since 2013, the Whirlpool Veterans Association (WVA), in partnership with Blue Star Mothers, has looked for opportunities to help active duty, reservists, and military veterans in Southwest Michigan. As part of these efforts, the two organizations were recently able to provide local veteran Scott Spearitt with a new Whirlpool brand washer and dryer.
Higher rates of workplace diversity can help companies evolve, innovate, problem-solve and be more efficient. It attracts the best talent, and helps define a company's reputation as a responsible company.
In the past few weeks, Aramark has earned three separate awards recognizing the company for its inclusive environment:
AUSTIN, Minn., May 8, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE: HRL) today announced it has been recognized on the 2019 Best for Vets Employers ranking by Military Times. This is the seventh consecutive year the company has made the list, which evaluates many factors that make a company or organization a good fit for military veterans.
By Jerry Quinn, head of Enterprise Military & Veteran Initiatives at Wells Fargo
U.S. Army Reservist
As I write this, I am preparing for my next tour of active duty in the Army Reserves. I will spend most of May, National Military Appreciation Month, with thousands of reservists participating in an exercise to increase our lethality, readiness and survivability.
Sandra Leung has helped Bristol-Myers Squibb open its ears and eyes to finding the most diverse set of voices it can put on its team, but she says the work is only just beginning
By Paul Snyder, Modern Counsel
“There is wide recognition that people are our most valuable resource, and to retain and attract the best people, we need to have a more diverse and inclusive environment where people feel empowered to bring their whole self to work,” says Leung, Bristol-Myers Squibb’s executive vice president and general counsel. “It’s imperative to our continued success that we embrace different voices to become a more powerful company.”
Over the past five years, our journey towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace has evolved from a targeted focus on women to an intersectional program for all employees. While we continue to learn and iterate to provide the best environment for our employees to thrive, we are steadfast in our belief in the power of human difference. In order to harness that power, Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) continues to be a critical business priority. We’ve taken an agile approach.