Every action we take, no matter how seemingly small, can serve to improve and nurture our world. That’s why at Clarivate, we’re committed to maintaining the highest level of integrity and ethics, protecting our planet, empowering our colleagues to thrive and building collaborative global communities.
Learn more about the progress we made in 2020 across our 4 sustainability pillars:
NGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., May 3, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Celebrating educators across the United States for their heroic efforts to support youth mental health and wellbeing, the Life’s Good: Experience Happiness program is honoring America’s superhero teachers in recognition of National Teachers’ Day, May 4.
In a rapidly changing world, the role of corporations in affecting social change is shifting. Consumers, shareholders, and employees are pushing companies to be more accountable for systemic inequities. But what does this mean for corporate citizenship and the employees leading citizenship programs? How do practitioners manage the change that comes with the revolution?
This National Volunteer Month, we are recognizing ON Semiconductor employees who have been exceptionally active in giving back to their local communities through nonprofit board member roles and volunteerism. We thank them for making a difference!
April 22 marked the 51st anniversary of Earth Day. This year’s theme was “Restore Our Earth,” and Franklin Templeton employees took a virtual approach to celebrating and exercising their responsibility to act for the environment.
As a global manufacturer of agricultural equipment CNH Industrial helps farmers around the world to become more productive and more sustainable. Beyond that the Company also supports its local communities through volunteering and giving back with a strong emphasis on food security.
Our team in New Bern, North Carolina, is being awarded a 2020 Spirit of North Carolina by United Way of North Carolina for the "Most Creative and Engaging Kick-off or Volunteer Event."
New Bern's team members are passionate about investing in people in their community, and won the award for the feminine hygiene packing event and 2020 United Way campaign success. They make us #ProudToBeIP!
In this episode of the Social Impact Show, we talk with Janelle St. Omer, Regional Vice-President with Benevity, and discuss the best employee engagement strategies for 2021 and how to improve and increase participation.
We explore the difference between transactional and transformational employee engagement and how to balance company-driven initiatives and employee preferred causes.
We also chat about strategies to get your leaders and executives involved in transformational activities.
The actions we take within our communities are often the biggest catalysts for change at a larger scale – something Charles Koch discusses at length in his newest book, Believe in People – and after a long year of social distancing, our employees are finding new ways to connect with their communities and make a difference.
Ivan Garcia, a senior technical analyst for intelligent automation, has been volunteering as a translator and coordinator at COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites on the weekends since November.
At Truist, our purpose is to inspire and build better lives and communities. Through our Truist Together volunteer program, we’re proud of how our teammates rally around delivering on our purpose each day to positively impact the communities we serve. They’re using their expertise to help nonprofits in meaningful ways, including serving on boards, ensuring people gain financial confidence, mentoring others and much more. The global pandemic hasn’t stopped teammate volunteerism.