Q&A with Marsha Jones, PNC Financial Services Chief Diversity Officer

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Q: What are the greatest challenges facing corporate diversity and inclusion? How do you and your team plan to address these challenges and seize these opportunities at PNC?

Northern Trust Ranks for 5th Consecutive Year on the Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List


Northern Trust ranks number 54 on the CR Magazine in their 2017 edition of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List.

100 Best Corporate Citizens is made up of 260 data points of disclosure and performance measurements for the entire Russell 1000. Companies are ranked in seven categories that look at public publicly available information on the  Environment; Climate change; Employee relations; Human rights; Corporate governance; Financial performance; and Philanthropy and community support.

An Inside Look At Day One: CSR Certificate Program: Spring 2017 Sponsored By G&A Institute & Rutgers IEL

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April 25, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership, in partnership with the Governance & Accountability Institute, Inc., offers a two-day, deep dive into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the related fields of philanthropy, sustainability, risk management, and ethics.

Inspiring Learning and Discovery

Part III: SAP Social Sabbatical Partners to Shape Cape Town’s Future

This is part three in a series highlighting the SAP Social Sabbatical for global engagement in Cape Town, South Africa, which focused on bridging the digital divide in the city’s most underserved communities. Stay tuned for part IV, out next week. Read part one and two here.

Entry-Level Retention Makes a Billion Dollar Difference for Business and Society


In the years since the Great Recession, unemployment levels have fallen across the United States, while economic growth in the country has rebounded. As a result, competition for entry-level talent is growing, and many employers are struggling with rising employee turnover. We estimate that the U.S. retail industry lost more than $9 billion to voluntary entry-level turnover in 2016.

Hiring? Most Likely the Newbies Will Be Millennials -- Is Your Workplace Ready -- Is Your Company a Sustainability Standout?

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The Millennial Generation -- that's men and women born in the years 1982 to 2004 (according to researchers Neil Howe and William Strauss).  This generation's members are ages 17 to 35, and now said to be outnumbering the previously dominant cohort of the Baby Boomers in the workplace (BBers were born 1946-1964, some 77 million in all).

Financial Literacy: For Kids, Adding Dollars and Sense

On the eve of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) initiative called Talk With Our Kids About Money Day, they and 29 other teams from Hilltop and from Burlington’s St. Gabriel Catholic Elementary School gathered at the competition to share projects about the value of money. It comes at a crucial juncture for financial literacy among young Canadians.

Voya Financial Congratulates 2017 National Teacher of the Year Sydney Chaffee

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Today, Sydney Chaffee, a ninth-grade humanities teacher at Codman Academy Charter Public School in Boston, MA, was named the 2017 National Teacher of the Year.

Voya is the presenting sponsor of the NTOY program, which helps recognize excellence in the classroom, highlights the important, positive impact that skilled teachers can have on the lives of their students, and amplifies and empowers teachers’ voices. This year marks Voya’s 13th year supporting the program.

New Global Institute for Sustainability & Social Responsibility Professionals

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If your work or aspirations align with any of 17 Sustainable Development Goals or the 7 Core Subjects of the ISO 26000 Standard on Social Responsibility, you are eligible and welcome to join SSR International. The benefits of membership include:

Feminist Stakeholders, the Dakota Pipeline and ESG Investing


by Rebecca Adamson, Native American economist, Founder and President, First Peoples Worldwide 

“The fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline has implications beyond the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. It is a fight for everyone who wants clean air, clean water, and gender equality. As governments increasingly prove incapable or unwilling to protect these things, citizens are turning to the market and the market is responding.” 


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