In today’s global marketplace, many companies are seizing opportunities to expand their businesses’ footprint through new partnerships, mergers and acquisitions. But as these companies work to bring their new assets or partnerships into the company fold, many aren’t prepared to integrate their environment, health and safety (EHS) programs.
Environment, health and safety (EHS) programs can do more for your company than simply checking off compliance boxes. EHS can also be an integral part of your company’s culture, demonstrating to employees that their happiness, health and safety is a priority—leading to more productivity and a more proactive approach to minimizing risk. Even in low risk environments, like offices or retail settings, environment, health and safety considerations are important to a successful organization. After all, low risk doesn’t mean no risk.
Expanding your organization into a new global location with little or no understanding of the local environmental health and safety (EHS) and cultural implications of doing business there can be extremely challenging and even risky. When it comes to ensuring a successful cross-border expansion, there are a number of factors to take into consideration, some of the most crucial are EHS and cultural considerations.
Bloomberg Global Data's Rebecca Reeves, whose art is featured in a Grounds for Sculpture exhibition. Her art is called "Gathering," and the work is made of a mini crystal chandelier, china, thread, industrial felt, and an antique frame.
Expanding your organization into a new global location, with little or no understanding of the local EHS and cultural aspects of operating your business there, can be extremely challenging. When it comes to ensuring a successful cross-border expansion, there are a number of factors to take into consideration, some of the most crucial being Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) and cultural aspects.
As Lead Corporate Partner of MoMA Education, Volkswagen also supports teen-focused learning programmes at MoMA and MoMA PS1
As part of its role as MoMA’s Lead Corporate Partner of Education, Volkswagen Group of America is again offering students interested in art the chance to gain knowledge and experience at one of the world’s most renowned art institutions. Three young trainees awarded participation in the VW Fellows Scholarship Programme will take up work in New York.
The Company Ranks 43 On The 2016 DiversityInc® List Of Top 50 Companies For Diversity
ST. LOUIS, April 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ --For the 9th consecutive year, DiversityInc® has named Monsanto Company to the Top 50 Companies for Diversity List, citing the sustainable agriculture company’s continued commitment to diversity and inclusion for its ranking. Monsanto is the only St. Louis-based company included on the list. In addition, Monsanto ranked No. 7 on the DiversityInc Top 12 Companies for Employee Resource Groups list and ranked No. 8 on the DiversityInc Top 9 Companies for People with Disabilities list.