ST. PAUL, Minn., April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) presented its annual CCBJ Business Achievement Awards for outstanding business performance in 2020. Antea Group was honored with an award in the “Consulting and Engineering” category under the topic of “Energy and Carbon Management.”
TOKYO, March 12, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Bloomberg today announced it has won a Gold Award in Financial Services at the Japanese Ministry of Environment’s ESG Finance Awards Japan. These awards recognize investors and financial institutions that have made significant contributions on advancing environmental issues, by helping Japanese businesses create corporate value through business strategies that incorporate environmental considerations.
Environmental Business Journal Recognizes Environmental Industry Firms for 2020 Performance and Innovation
ST. PAUL Minn., February 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ), a business research publication which has provided strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry since 1988, has honored Antea Group with two 2020 EBJ Business Achievement Awards.
San Diego is a hot market. Home to some of the fastest growing tech start-ups, higher salaries and lower unemployment compared to the national average, and a tech labor pool that has surged 10.3% since 2017, San Diego is a place with momentum. In a city that’s on everyone’s radar, Booz Allen continues to distinguish itself.
In spite of improving conditions for veteran employment, more than half of veterans still feel that HR professionals do not understand their military skills, according to a 2018 Monster survey of more than 300 veterans.
At its annual conference October 23-25, the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management and Privacy (EWF) presented Booz Allen with its 2018 Corporate Award for its efforts to advance and promote women within the firm.
“Analogous to EWF’s mission, Booz Allen is committed to developing and sponsoring women, promoting inclusive leadership, and ensuring balanced promotion opportunities,” EWF Founder Joyce Brocaglia said in the EWF awards announcement.
The percentage of Asian Americans in science and engineering occupations more than doubled from 1993-2010—increasing from 9.1 percent to 18.5 percent.1
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) has recognized five Booz Allen employees for their contributions as science and engineering professionals to academia, local communities, and the global business world.
While job market demand for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) talent continues to grow, women and minorities remain underrepresented in STEM fields. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, women hold less than 24 percent of U.S.-based positions in STEM fields. The disparity is even greater for women of color