EHS programs are most successful when they’re embedded in company culture, where employees feel they have the knowledge and encouragement to play an active role in program initiatives. Building EHS into company culture can be challenging as many EHS managers work hard to manage programs across multiple facilities on tight budgets and with limited resources.
When you get more than 200 DoGooders together in a desert, great things happen. The passion and enthusiasm from everyone who attended Benevity's annual Goodness Matters client conference last week was incredible, and we left Palm Springs more convinced than ever that we, as companies, have an incredible opportunity to create the change we want to see in the world.
By Paul Polizzotto, President and Founder of EcoMedia
You’ve created a rock-solid business plan and lined up your financing -- everything seems to be in order for a successful launch of your startup. But if you haven’t developed a relevant and authentic Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, you’ve missed a key ingredient for success. Incorporating a social mission into your business plan, from the start, is good for your company’s bottom line.
Employees surveyed say company culture and inclusion are top in the area
NORTHBROOK, Ill., Nov. 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Astellas today was recognized as one of the top 20 large companies to work for in the Chicago area by Chicago Tribune. The list, based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics, LLC, measured several key aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution and connection.
September 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Billion dollar fines, prosecutions, scandals, shareholder suits and whistleblower complaints involving corporations are on the rise worldwide.
Frequently these include key executives accused of misconduct or turning a blind eye to malfeasance. In the face of these challenges, how do best in class companies guard their reputations and manage risk in their Ethics & Compliance programs?
Did you hear about Small Business Saturday? If you did – great! If you didn’t, that’s exactly the point I’ll try to make in this post: it’s not easy for small business to compete on the same playing field as the big box companies. Big boxes often have huge marketing teams to help create a brand that people want to work for. They have enviable HR budgets to spend on finding the talent they’re seeking. But when will the little guys ever get a chance to stand up to the big ones? Right now.