At Bloomberg, we focus on the unique abilities people bring to our team. It means putting the right programs and accommodations for people with disabilities in place. Every day, we strive to provide a supportive and inclusive environment, so that every employee can deliver on his or her potential.
While there are real challenges to living with a disability, our employees share their personal stories to show the creativity, talent and powerful character of people with disabilities.
Our Future Leaders programme is delivering the fresh ideas and talent needed to continue driving our success across key markets.
The programme was launched in 2012 to ensure a consistent, high-quality approach to our global graduate recruitment and development. The three-year programme consolidated and replaced several existing schemes with varied approaches. It provides a breadth of potential career pathways – from R&D and finance, to marketing and procurement – with the option to move between functions during several job rotations.
We welcomed 45 eager undergraduate students to our semi-annual Explore Northern Trust – An Event for the Next Gen in our Chicago headquarters office. This event allowed students to get an inside look into our culture and future campus recruiting opportunities where they heard from keynote speaker Dan Houlihan – Practice Executive, Global Fund Services and a recent graduate panel. Students also participated in professional development breakout sessions, networking with partners, and resume critiques.
Stefan Agius is based in Bloomberg’s London office and is responsible for our EMEA Experienced Recruitment team. His team partners with managers and business team leaders to identify, attract and hire seasoned talent across all our business areas and corporate functions in EMEA.
PARMA, Ohio, June 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) today dedicated the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center in recognition of KeyBank’s generous support of first responder training programs.
The dedication celebrates a $1.4 million grant from the KeyBank Foundation to enhance and expand the College’s public safety education and training programs. More than 200 people attended the ceremony at the center, located at Western Campus in Parma.
Ranking is latest in diversity recognitions for the company
NEW YORK, May 19, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has been named to Working Mother’s 2016 Best Companies for Multicultural Women list, which recognizes companies in the U.S that exemplify best practices in hiring, retaining and promoting women of color.
Working Mother recognized Accenture for its leadership development programs, mentors, coaches and sponsors. The ranking noted that at least 95 percent of the company’s managers have taken part in diversity training.
CLEVELAND, December 9, 2015 /3BL Media/ – KeyBank today announced its eighth annual perfect score of 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) 2016 Corporate Equality Index (CEI). The bank also announced it is one of the top ten companies recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal's 12th Annual “International Innovation in Diversity Awards.”
As we approach the holidays, this is a great time to kick off a specialized giving program for your company or just simply getting engaged in new and different ways. Whether you choose to donate volunteer hours from your company’s knowledge base, or offer a giving program that you may match for your charitable employees or simply identify the cause work your company wants to participate in, there is no better time to start rallying your workforce around a cause that drives passion and awareness.