A recurring theme in Sodexo’s Workplace Trends 2013 Report is the need for Corporate Real Estate (CRE) and Facilities Management (FM) professionals to shift their entire approach. The new method is a mindset where “human centric” needs are given just as much attention as traditional asset and infrastructure considerations. In other words, it’s about shifting from a “Cost per Square Foot” to a “Quality of Life per Square Foot” approach.
In partnership with Sunnyside Community Services, ARAMARK Building Community Opportunity Zone will provide job-readiness resources for residents re-entering the workforce
(3BL Media) Queens, NY - September 20, 2012 – In some Queens neighborhoods, more than 22 percent of the adults have less education than the average high school sophomore. The lack of education and skills are barriers to finding employment for many residents, in a community where the unemployment rate is nearly eight percent, and thousands of residents are unemployed or receiving public assistance.
Posted by Brad Smith General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Legal & Corporate Affairs, Microsoft
With Washington students heading back to school, September will see Microsoft build upon the many education-related investments the company has made to date in Washington state, and consider ways of taking them even farther as we move forward.
Survey finds employer attitudes to CSR are a major factor in engaging workforce and improving productivity
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) London, 28 April: Key findings of a survey of 1,007 UK employees released today by LeapCR, the pioneering UK provider of employee engagement software, reveal that 57% of employees want their companies to do more towards CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and supporting charities.
Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
When you think of sustainability in the workplace, do your thoughts immediately go to the ‘green’: recycling, energy efficiency, paperless office? Or do you think of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? An often forgotten aspect of a sustainable business is a healthy organization. Business sustainability and organizational health go hand-in-hand.