JetBlue has recently revealed a new range of accessories to join the airline’s current capsule uniform wardrobe. In a bid to continue their humanitarian efforts, the new accessories help charities chosen by the cabin crew. Featuring a range of multi-coloured ribbons, reflecting the carriers chosen charities, the crew are able to donate a part of their uniform allowance to good causes.
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The economic, social, and environmental effects of three massive projects on a small coastal city in Gladstone have been significant. A “trust deficit” with its nearly 35,000 residents required Bechtel to rethink our stakeholder engagement approach. Together with our customers and partners, we shifted from a transactional model of stakeholder engagement to a transformational model of stakeholder trust.
We invite you to participate in the 2016 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival. This is a once-a-year opportunity to share your amazing work in corporate citizenship and be recognized for your achievements.
Join speakers from Benevity, Google, 92Y and Triple Pundit
"Giving Tuesday," celebrated after the retail extravaganza of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, has grown into an incredible movement in a short period of time. It proves to us that individuals are hungry for opportunities to give back. So what if it wasn't just one day a year? What if the Giving Tuesday movement grew into a rallying cry of giving back to one's community every day of the year? And how can companies help lead the charge and foster a culture of mass participation in giving and volunteering throughout the year?
New study issued by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship illuminates the relationship between community involvement and employee engagement
BOSTON,November 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The Carroll School of Management Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is pleased to release its 2015 Community Involvement Study, a unique research report that explores how companies are investing in communities and how these efforts connect to their businesses. Conducted for the eleventh time since 1995, the study finds that the majority of companies today report that community involvement contributes to key business goals including improved reputation and the attraction and retention of employees.
Nearly 8,000 Aramark employees touched the lives of half a million individuals and families in 15 countries during Aramark Building Community Day (ABC Day) in September. Associates participated in more than 300 projects that inspired families to lead healthier lives and helped youth and adults gain job skills.
General wisdom - and the occasional ‘feel good’ stories covered by local news channels about corporations that went above and beyond to serve their local communities - tell us that a company garners a lot of goodwill when it champions local causes, fair business practices and responsible environmental stewardship… and now, a
Attendees will join experts from around the world to learn, grow, and network
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., September 29, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Carroll School of Management is pleased to announce its 2016 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, a 2.5 day event uniquely tailored to corporate citizenship practitioners that brings experts from around the world to learn, grow, and network.
More than 300 women and children at the Salvation Army Center of Hope in Charlotte, NC will benefit from the hub for wellness education and fitness that was created by volunteers on Aramark Building Community Day September 17.
Aramark volunteers and the Salvation Army are encouraging healthy physical activity with the new fitness area and enhancing an outdoor stage to help expand dance programs.
At Mary's Center in Washington D.C. volunteers taught the importance of eating healthy by leading cooking demonstrations and highlighting affordable meals during Aramark Building Community Day Sept. 17.
Chefs provided samples of healthy food and information about nutrition, while other volunteers transformed the outdoor patio into a space the community can now enjoy meals together.