Welcome to the ongoing GreenMoney Interviews series. This issue features two Women of Color who are emerging leaders in Community Impact Investing: Kimberly Jones of Self-Help Federal Credit Union interviews Nicole Middleton Holloway of Natural Investments.
Examining the Great Resignation’s Impact on Nonprofits
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Nearly two-thirds of workers are considering leaving their jobs. As the Great Resignation continues with no signs of slowing down, we explore the challenges and opportunities it brings for the nonprofit sector, which was already under significant capacity constraints exacerbated by the pandemic, especially in HR and talent development.
At onsemi, equity - the process of meeting all individuals where their needs are to provide equal opportunities - allows our company to improve the employee experience and continue to drive our competitive edge. As a global company with more than 34,000 employees, we are passionate about creating a more diverse workplace that our employees can bring their whole self to.
The pandemic continues to widen the opportunity gap and adversely impact students and job-seekers, especially those who already faced systemic barriers to career success. We need innovative, collaborative, community-driven solutions to ensure that communities that have been disproportionately affected can have equal access to economic mobility. Those solutions can often feel amorphous or unattainable, but – if you look closely at the work of local organizations – there are powerful collaborations that are meaningfully building equity every day.
Ushering in a New Era of CSR with Carolyn Berkowitz, ACCP
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Corporate mandates have changed. Customers, employees, and even investors are increasingly pushing companies to move from shareholder to stakeholder capitalism. What does this look like across companies and sectors? Are companies moving fast enough when it comes to making good on their commitments to social change? Carolyn Berkowitz, President & CEO of the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP), shares her insights, plus the importance of diversity and inclusion within CSR departments.
Northern Trust’s core values of service, expertise and integrity are foundational to our commitment to an inclusive culture in which all individuals must be welcomed, respected, supported and valued so that they can fully participate in and contribute to our success. Our focus on DE&I helps us provide unrivaled service to clients and creates a healthy, thriving work environment for employees from diverse demographic groups, leadership styles and skill sets.
MILWAUKEE, October 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ - When Lynette Nettles joined Rockwell Automation (NYSE: ROK) more than 30 years ago, she was the first Black woman on her engineering team. Now, she’s an embedded software engineering manager and attends campus recruiting events to share why it’s so important to work for a company that values difference and appreciates diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) – and how to know if you’ve found that company.
Clarivate has a long history of embracing diversity and inclusion as integral to our core values and Sustainability@Clarivate.
It exemplifies our commitment to delivering the best to our customers. To achieve this, we embrace a strong belief in treating our colleagues with dignity and respect and providing work environments that enable everyone to thrive and succeed.
For the second year in a row, UnitedHealth Group has been named one of the best places to work for disability inclusion in 2021 by the Disability Equality Index® (DEI). Companies with top ratings were acknowledged for their contributions toward disability inclusion through comprehensive policies, benefits and practices.
UnitedHealth Group once again earned a top score, which reflects the company's strong alignment with leading disability inclusion practices, including: