HOUSTON, October 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to present “Leading While Diverse: The Case for Diversity in Corporate Governance,” a comprehensive research report ranking top pharmaceutical companies based on their diversity in executive positions and boards of directors. The reputation of multinational pharmaceutical companies is currently one of the lowest, second only to health insurance companies.
September 15 to October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a good opportunity to reflect on the progress Latinas have made in the workplace. Compared to previous generations, today’s Latinas tend to be more educated, empowered, independent and comfortable putting themselves at the center of life decisions.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the workplace, where Latinas are making extraordinary advancements.
As demographic shifts accelerate the changing global workforce, leaders who leverage the diversity of their employee populations and create an inclusive culture, could see higher levels of safety and engagement within their organization. While there is not necessarily a causal relationship between inclusion, safety, and engagement, some studies reflect a correlation between these indicators and positive business outcomes.
JetBlue achieves a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index
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JetBlue customers come from different backgrounds and life experiences. A diverse workforce helps us to better understand and respond to their needs. In 2015, we reaffirmed our commitment to recognize the many aspects of diversity at JetBlue. We held activities for our crewmembers throughout the year including our annual Respectful Workplace Week, diversity trainings for JetBlue leadership. We also celebrated traditional heritage and awareness months.
By John Fritchman, Marketing Brand Lead, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Business Unit
At Sanofi, Diversity and Inclusion is foundational to how we operate as a company by successfully leveraging differences in people, perspective and ideas to drive business outcomes. Our nine Sanofi US employee resource groups (ERGs) are an essential part of creating an inclusive culture by helping us uniquely connect with our patients and communities. If you’re unfamiliar with ERGs, these are employee-managed groups that are built on a shared affinity, background or experience.
In August 2015, the progressive Rainbow PUSH Coalition lauded HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise for creating “the most diverse boards of any tech company in America.” And, earlier this year, the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce commended our company for “…seeking to reflect the diversity of the communities it serves in its Board of Directors.” Take a seat with CEO Meg Whitman and HPE Board of Directors.
NEW DELHI, India, August 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ - This week, Keystone Institute India, in partnership with the National Trust and The Hans Foundation, conducted an intensive three-day Social Role Valorization course for the first time ever in India. Forty-four participants, all established and emerging leaders in the disability movement, joined from 18 different states across the country, coming together to commit to promoting good possibilities for people with disability to have full, rich, meaningful lives.
Board members Stacy Brown-Philpot and Stacey Mobley listed among Most Influential Black Corporate Directors
By Rhea Mathew, Communications and Public Relations Manager, HP News
At a time when racial divisions in the U.S. – and other parts of the world – seem to be more prevalent, HP is quietly taking pride in the work that it’s doing to bring about change. For a company the size of HP, one of the areas where it can have the biggest impact is in its hiring practices – from entry-level positions to the executive ranks.