As a global company, Gildan recognizes that one of its greatest strengths comes from the collective diversity of its organization. The Company is focused on supporting a culture that encourages the contributions of everyone and is invested in the development of its employees and communities, further enabling them to recognize and reach their full potential.
By Courtney King Murphy, Director, Strategic Partnerships, CECP
It is undeniably a divisive time in the United States with growing inequality, polarization of the political spheres, heightened racial tensions, and acts of extremist violence. We are all longing for greater empathy and tolerance.
Second annual competition designed to spark ideas for building a world free of barriers, stereotypes and discrimination
FORT COLLINS, Colo., June 20, 2018 / 3BL Media/ – No Barriers Youth and Wells Fargo announced the selection of 20 middle and high school educators to serve as project leaders for the second annual Global Impact Challenge, a diversity and inclusion competition designed to spark the best ideas from students for bu
By Vartan Yeranos, veteran and Clorox Creative Services project manager
With all of our deployments over the years, it seems like everyone knows someone who is in the military. One of my great friends in the National Guard did a tour in Afghanistan and another has a brother in Special Forces that was deployed three times. This connectedness has not only raised greater awareness of veterans' service to their country, but also puts a deserved spotlight on the skills veterans bring to the corporate world.
By Leslie Tse, Global Insights & Foresights manager
Recently, our Asian and women employee resource groups hosted our newest Clorox board member, Esther Lee, SVP of Marketing, Advertising and Sponsorships at AT&T, for a conversation about success in the workplace. Esther touched on a number of topics, including how to manage the pressure of “shoulds” in our lives by developing and maintaining a clear sense of self.
Beyond Optics - The True Power of Diversity to Unleash Innovation and Drive Success
People of color make up 36 percent of the American workforce, but hold just 13 percent of board seats on the Fortune 500. Women make up nearly half of the workforce, but hold less than 17 percent of the seats on Fortune 500 boards. These are dangerous statistics that put companies at risk, whereas they could benefit from embracing diversity.
Another prestigious group has recognized AT&T for its diversity efforts. The Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility (HACR) has given a nearly perfect rating of 95 out of 100 to AT&T on their Corporate Inclusion Index (CII) – the highest rating of any company surveyed.
BNY Mellon's EVP of Asset Servicing Nancy Wolcott with Career Advice
If you had 5 minutes with an inspirational woman leader what could you find out? Throughout March, BNY Mellon's virtual mentoring series explores the career insights and candid perspectives of executives who have reached the corner office. These dedicated leader-coaches share many common traits and values, reflecting how BNY Mellon has become the Investments Company for the World.