During the month of February, the United States celebrates National African American History Month, a time to commemorate the many contributions and accomplishments of African Americans nationwide. It’s also an opportunity to highlight the impact that African Americans have had on everything from technology to medicine. Taking time to reflect on these often hidden figures, who have changed our country for the better, reminds us of why diversity and inclusion continues to be such an important part of both our history and our future.
Atlas Copco’nun kadın kariyerine bakışı genel olarak nasıldır? Global yaklaşım konusunda bilgi verebilir misiniz? Eşitlik, adalet ve çeşitlilik, Atlas Copco’nun çalışan yönetimi sürecinin en önemli temelleridir. Tüm Atlas Copco şirketlerinin ortak amacı, gerek milliyet gerekse cinsiyet bakımından çeşitliliği artırmaktır. Sürdürülebilir ve karlı büyüme için önceliklerimiz arasında, toplumdaki çeşitliliği yansıtan elemanları işe almak bulunuyor.
An Interview with Handan Şahin, VP Holding Turkey & Middle East
What is Atlas Copco's general perspective towards women's career? Can you provide information on the global approach? Equal opportunities, fairness and diversity are fundamental pillars of AC’s people management process. The common purpose of all Atlas Copco companies is to increase diversity both in term of nationality and gender. Our priorities for sustainable, profitable growth include the ambition to recruit a workforce that reflects the diversity found in society
By Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Chief Diversity Officer, IBM
IBM is proud of our long-standing commitment to fostering diversity, acceptance and inclusion. We strongly oppose discrimination of any kind toward anyone. IBM firmly stands by all of our employees and strives to attract, retain and grow the very best and brightest diverse talent to fulfill our company’s purpose — to be essential. Read the full blog here.
Company Recognized by CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine
PHILADELPHIA, January 25, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Aramark (NYSE:ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, has once again been named a Top 50 employer for providing a positive working environment for people with disabilities by CAREERS & the disABLED magazine.
Voya Financial, Inc., announced on Monday that it has been recognized in the 2017 Bloomberg Financial Services Gender-Equality Index (BFGEI) for its strong commitment to gender parity. Voya's presence in the index showcases its commitment to creating an environment of inclusion and, alongside its peers recognized in the BFGEI, its commitment to better understanding the gender-equality issues that customers, colleagues and communities face.
As inauguration day quickly approaches, our country is still struggling to shed the baggage of a divisive election season that divided friends, families, neighbors and communities. As society still grapples with inclusivity and, post January 20th, how do we expect employers to foster an environment of inclusion in the workplace?
Holland America Line president leads prestigious Fortune 1000 and Global 500 senior executive leadership organization
WASHINGTON, D.C., January 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Orlando D. Ashford, president of Holland America Line in Seattle, Wash., has been elected chair of The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), the pre-eminent national organization composed of current and former black CEOs, senior executives, entrepreneurs, global thought leaders and board members of Fortune 1000 and equivalent companies. The focus of the organization is the development of a pipeline of global black executives for C-suites, corporate boards and global enterprises to leverage the full power of diversity and inclusion.