by Brandi DeCarli, Founding Partner of Farm from a Box
Every aspect of our modern-day lives has been impacted by technology. From cloud and robotics to digital currency and drones, our lives are inextricably tied to the technology that surrounds us. While farming may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of technology, it has played a key role in changing the face of agriculture and our global food system.
We can see diversity everywhere: in life experience, education, cultural background, gender and sexual identity. In the workplace, celebrating diversity means acknowledging the many identities that make an employee unique. To accept these unique identities, we first have to understand them. Understanding is a key step in creating an inclusive environment where employees feel acknowledged and valued.
Weatherford has built its reputation as an organization that requires ethical business practices and high levels of integrity in all of our business transactions.
Central to our corporate sustainability journey, Weatherford has created efficient, healthy, resilient, and transparent supply chains where we aim to work only with suppliers that share our values and commitment to ethical business practices.
“JetBlue is thrilled to once again earn a top rating in HRC’s Corporate Equality Index...In a time when it’s more important than ever to come together as a nation and embrace our rich diversity, we continue to celebrate our LGBTQ crewmembers and are proud to be recognized as one of America’s best places to work.”
When I first started working at Wendy’s, I learned that the best way to delight every customer is to be friendly and helpful. It doesn’t seem like a very difficult task, but for employees who aren’t native English speakers, it can be quite challenging.
Facilities management has long been a male-dominated career field. In fact, it may be even more lopsided than many other male-dominated fields: In facilities management (FM), men outnumber women in leadership roles by nine to one, according to a recent survey from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
Environmentalist Liezl Maritz explains why she works at Namdeb and offers advice for women going into mining…
I started working at Namdeb in 2012 as a job attachment. In 2013, I began in a developmental position as an Environmental Officer and was permanently employed as a Senior Environmental Officer for Exploration and Strategic Projects in 2014. I moved over as a Senior Environmental Officer to Namdeb’s biggest operational mine, Southern Coastal Mines, in 2016 where I am still based.
WhenPeopleWork is an online employment matching system that aligns formerly incarcerated men and women—as well as prisoners on track to be released—with employers who already know that their job candidates from our program will be people who have been incarcerated. The "check the box" question about a criminal conviction history is eliminated, as is the stigma attached to it. The result is a fair chance at meaningful employment.