How the Pandemic Has Elevated Sustainability and ESG
It was going so well.
Before the pandemic hit, many companies were starting to recognize the increased prioritization on ESG investments. Budgets were being allocated, initiatives were being planned, steps were being taken.
But when a global health disaster hits - priorities change fast.
Jerome Tennille, Manager of Social Impact & Volunteerism at Marriott International, joins host Danielle Holly for a dynamic conversation on the state of volunteering and employee engagement. Jerome shares how Marriott, a major figure in the hospitality industry that was hit so hard by COVID-19, has reimagined service for the current moment by taking it online, but also his perspective that the future of volunteering is not virtual.
Herbalife Nutrition recognized in Mongolia as Green Hero by Tuvshin Saikhan Center
In Mongolia, Herbalife Nutrition been recognized as Green Hero by the Tuvshin Saikhan Center. The Tuvshin Saikhan Tuv is recycling center (waste recycling and re-use facility) working to reduce waste and has been a reliable supplier to recycling plants and export-oriented consumers in Mongolia for 11 years. They partners with more than 50 organizations, ambassadors and government agencies. Over the past three years Herbalife Nutrition Mongolia has recycled a total of 3.3 tons of plastic containers and 1.4 tons of carton boxes for reuse.
More than $333,000 Allocated to Support Communities Impacted by Hurricane Eta
Herbalife Nutrition, announced the allocation of more than $333,000 to World Food Program USA in support of the United Nations World Food Programme’s emergency response efforts in Guatemala. As part of Herbalife Nutrition’s Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative, these funds will focus on food assistance, resilience-building and capacity-strengthening efforts in the wake of Hurricane Eta’s widespread damage to the region.
Herbalife Nutrition celebrates their success of its Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative
Herbalife Nutrition, is celebrating the success of its Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative. This ongoing initiative is aimed at eradicating hunger and to date the company and the Herbalife Nutrition Foundation have donated more than $3 million in financial aid and in-kind gifts.
As the greater landscape of industry shifts beneath our feet, a crucial element is quietly evolving with it: the expectations of investors.
To determine the value of a potential investment, firms have begun using a specific set of criteria designed to evaluate a company’s sustainability. That is to say, how well will the company hold up to environmental scrutiny? How strong are its relationships in its social ecosystem? Is leadership transparent or will they end up in the headlines in a few years?
Herbalife Innovation and Manufacturing employees support their local community
The Herbalife Nutrition team at Winston-Salem aspires for quality, innovation, and compassion. Since their opening five years ago, they were able to expand their team tremendously and provide equitable and generous Human Resources services, and talent development that is critical to our thriving work environment. One of their biggest responsibilities is to make Herbalife Nutrition a great place to work, and we’ve been able to achieve just that.
First-ever Child Rights and Business Assessment launched in Canada
TORONTO, December 10, 2020 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of Human Rights Day, UNICEF Canada and Global Compact Network Canada today launched the first-ever Child Rights and Business Assessment to help Canadian businesses assess their impact on children’s wellbeing. The tool provides ten recommendations for Canadian companies to become champions for children and includes examples of how leading Canadian companies are currently reporting on their efforts to address children’s rights.
This is the first of a series of articles about the connection of supply chain and ESG, written by Sean Harley CEO and co-founder, LUPR Inc., and Bahar Gidwani CTO and co-founder CSRHub. Republished with permission.
Herbalife Nutrition’s Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative works with global partners to help take hunger to zero
Hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition affect billions of people every day, and according to the United Nations’ State of Food Insecurity 2020 Report, rates are rising. The pandemic will add as many as 132 million more people to the total number of the world’s hungry in 2020 alone. These numbers are alarming. The issue has become so prominent that the United Nations has named eliminating hunger as one of its sustainable development goals (UNSDG) for the coming millennium.