Company Ranks No. 22 on List of Best Workplaces in Asia
RACINE, Wis., April 9, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Today, SC Johnson announces that it has been recognized as a Best Multinational Workplace in Asia by Great Place to Work®. This is the first time the company’s Asia region has been recognized as a Best Workplace. SC Johnson Asia ranked No. 22 on the 2019 list of top places to work in the region.
Company recognized for high scores in the Trust Index
RACINE, Wis., November 8, 2018/3BL Media/ – SC Johnson South Korea today announces it has been recognized as a Best Workplace for the second consecutive year by Great Place to Work®. Out of 187 participating companies, SC Johnson South Korea is one of 33 companies named to the 2018 list of Best Workplaces in the country. The placement in this year’s rankings is attributed to high scores in the Trust Index.
On September 22, 2017, all 39 employees from Xylem Korea participated in a beach clean-up at Tae An beach as part of their first-ever Watermark activity.
Tae An is one of South Korea’s most beautiful and popular beaches. During the Xylem Watermark clean-up, volunteers collected more than 10 bags of waste, including plastic bottles, paper and buoys from the beach. The activity was a chance for the Xylem employees to bond over voluntary work, while also reminding themselves about the priceless value of water and nature.
62 sites achieve Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Certification
DETROIT, November 3, 2016 /3BL Media/— General Motors is supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal to halt biodiversity loss by developing wildlife habitats at its sites around the world. From helping protect honeybees with pollinator gardens or designating no-mow zones to grow grassland habitats, GM is demonstrating the role business can play in advancing sustainable ecosystems.
Bloomberg, we are committed to funding high-quality computer science research in areas that are critically shaping the computer science world and impacting our own research and business including machine learning, natural language processing, machine translation, statistics, and theory.
Study explores journey of US-based Amway entering the South Korean market – adapting to local culture, business climate and economic pressures
A conversation between the head of Amway Korea marketing and a professor at the University of Calgary has turned into a full-fledged case study on how business creates shared value when CSR is built into corporate strategy.
The case study explores the journey of US-based Amway entering the South Korean market – adapting to local culture, business climate and economic pressures. It quotes SJ Park, Amway Korea President, as saying “We started off as an ugly duckling but grew to become a swan.”
Numbers of women in engineering, physics and computer science are on the decline in Korea
SEOUL, March 7, 2013 /3BL Media/ – In the first gender benchmarking study of its kind, researchers have found that numbers of women in the science, technology and innovation fields are alarmingly low in the world’s leading economies, and are actually on the decline in others, including the United States. South Korea’s low ranking in the study results reflects a substantial underrepresentation of females in public and economic life.