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Time Warner Cable Helps Kansas City Nonprofit Launch Radio Station

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Time Warner Cable is deeply committed to Diversity & Inclusion when it comes to the employees we hire, the companies we work with and our non-profit community partners.

Kansas City non-profit the Black Family Technology Awareness Association (BFTAA) has been a strong long-term partner of TWC. This fall the BFTAA will launch a high school community radio station, and TWC volunteers lended a helping hand to get the radio station built!

NetSuite Employees Team Up for Local Communities for Global Impact Week

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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
- Mahatma Gandhi

From park cleanups to Habitat for Humanity builds, from food drives to blood drives, NetSuite employees are committed to making a positive impact in their communities.

NetSuite’s first annual Global Impact Week, which takes place next week, October 5-9, will be a chance to celebrate the ways that NetSuite employees give back locally through volunteer service and in-office donation drives.

Time Warner Cable Supports Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles

Employees Serve as "Fans In the Stands"
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This summer, the Special Olympics World Games took place here in Los Angeles. Beginning on July 25th and running through August 2nd, over 7,000 athletes, along with 3,000 coaches, 30,000 volunteers and more than 500,000 spectators; the games were the largest sports and humanitarian event taking place anywhere in the world in 2015! Not to mention it was the largest event to take place in Los Angeles, since the 1984 Olympic Games!

Timberland Employees Take Part in 18th Annual Serv-A-Palooza Service Event

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Timberland, the Stratham, NH-based global outdoor lifestyle brand, held its annual Serv-a-palooza volunteer initiative last week in the tri-city area of Dover, Rochester and Somersworth, NH.

Engineers, Ambassadors and Beekeepers, Oh My! Clorox Supports Students' Aspirations

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Ana-Lizet is a painter who plans to major in bioengineering. Joe is majoring in public health, and Joseph is studying aerospace engineering. There’s also Tyler, an agricultural ambassador and Sonora, a mathematics major and beekeeper.

All talented and all headed off to school with support from Clorox scholarships and Clorox people.

Over the past 20-plus years, Clorox has helped provide scholarships to hundreds of students like these.

NetSuite Philippines Employees Gain Knowledge, Skills, Gratitude from SuiteVolunteer Projects

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As a member of NetSuite’s Professional Services Team in Manila, Celina Bacani spends her workday analyzing the needs of NetSuite’s retail customers and building out custom solutions to help them make the most of the software. With a background in auditing, formerly with PwC, most of Bacani’s projects focus on implementing NetSuite’s ERP which enables various companies (including clothing, green product and sporting goods manufacturers) to establish a smooth flow from sales quote to order fulfillment.

Collectively Working Together to Better our Communities

By: Mark DeGroot
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Making time to help others is an invaluable experience. Volunteering benefits those we serve and adds meaning to our daily lives. I am proud of the many hours my AT&T colleagues devote to helping others – not only during National Volunteer Week – but during every other week throughout the year. During this year’s National Volunteer Week, I spent my time supporting the United Cerebral Palsy Land of Lincoln (UCPLL). UCPLL provides comprehensive services to over 600 children and adults with disabilities throughout Central Illinois.

Employee Volunteerism: Why Not All Companies?

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The benefits of employee volunteer programs are numerous (and well documented). So why aren't more companies taking part? Emily Rothberg speculates on the reasons employee volunteer programs aren't more prevalent, how to move past common issues, and what successful employee volunteer programs have in common.

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The benefits of employee volunteer programs are numerous (and well documented). So why aren't more companies taking part? Emily Rothberg speculates on the reasons employee volunteer programs aren't more prevalent, how to move past common issues, and what successful employee volunteer programs have in common.

How to Create a Stellar Employee Volunteer Program

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If your company currently has an employee volunteer program (EVP), that’s amazing! EVPs increase employee satisfaction and retention, and can be a key tool for recruiting top talent. A formal EVP also allows you to track results, so you can easily show the world your company’s impact. And our favorite part: implementing EVP tools simplifies your tasks, so you have more time to spend out in your community.

If you don’t have a formal program set up, you may be wondering, “Is now the right time?” To find out, ask yourself the following:

DIRECTV Releases 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Report Cites Recognition as one of Bloomberg’s ‘Civic 50’ Companies, Launch of DIRECTV Math Challenge and Reduction Of Global Operational Emissions by 13 Percent Since 2011
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EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Nov. 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ – DIRECTV, one of the world’s leading providers of digital television entertainment services, has released its Corporate Social Responsibility report, highlighting its global efforts related to Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability, employee initiatives and much more. For the first time, the report is available as an interactive microsite with downloadable PDF and can be found at www.directvcsr.com.

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