Phin Launches Virtual Team Building Experience to Solve Climate Change

The ClimateQuest virtual escape room engages teams in puzzle solving to support climate related causes
Press Release

November 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Phin has opened enrollment for its first virtual escape room, Climate Quest, to help remote and hybrid companies build high performing teams. Developed in partnership with award winning escape room artist Shuai Chen, ClimateQuest allows team members to meet over Zoom and solve puzzles to unlock donations to climate related causes that include Lonely Whale, One Tree Planted, and Remake.

Eyes on U.S. As FSOC Agencies Engage on Climate Risk Ahead of COP26

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (11.01.2021)

The gathering of the family of nations in Glasgow, Scotland for COP26 (the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference) is drawing near. There is an increasing flow of news and opinion related to the big event as the UN, almost 200 sovereign governments, NGOs, corporations, and other constituencies announce a widening range of developments related to the coming summit.

Why Your Employee Volunteers Are Bored (And What To Do About It)


If you’ve noticed apathy, frustration or disengagement among your employee volunteers, congratulations! It means you’re paying attention. (Also…rest assured that you’re not alone!) If you can get curious about your volunteers’ negative emotions (instead of being annoyed, tempting though it may be), you have an opportunity to identify what’s not working about the experience – the first step in turning it around.

Release Event: 2021 Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review


The RW Institute in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with support from Foundation for the Carolinas and E4E Relief, is excited to announce the launch of the 2021 Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review. Join us for the virtual launch event on Tuesday, November 16th at 12:00-3:00 PM ET to learn the latest about Corporate Voluntering, Giving and Grants Technology.

The RW Institute Announces the Release of the 2nd Edition of the Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review


Since the release of the 1st edition of the Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review in November 2019, significant developments have taken place in the sector as well as the socio-political context in which these platforms operate. Sign up below to receive your copy of the 2021 edition on November 16, 2021.

The Latest in CSR Technology for a Post-2020 World


The RW Institute announces the release of the 2nd edition of the Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review.

Skills for Cities: Common Impact to Connect Corporate and Nonprofit Worlds to Advance Efforts Around Racial and Digital Equity

One-day skills-based volunteer event will bring nonprofits together with their corporate peers to create actionable solutions for capacity-building challenges
Press Release

NEW YORK, October 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Among the many consequences of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is the outsized negative impact it has had on communities of color and the organizations that serve them. Pre-existing challenges like the digital divide have been exacerbated, with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) facing less access to reliable internet service and the devices needed to access digital work opportunities, online education, and, increasingly, essential needs like healthcare.

ESG Reporting Frameworks & Standards - Continue to Multiply

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (10.14.2021)

The number of ESG disclosure and reporting guidelines, frameworks and standards continues to expand – here comes the GRI Universal Standards, the SASB XRBL Taxonomy, and much more. The range of available transparency tools is making it more challenging for corporate management and investors to navigate.

Health and Safety on the Factory Floor: Q&A With Mike Albright, VP Human Resources of Manufacturing at Gildan


For companies working in the manufacturing space, taking a serious approach to improving employee safety, reducing workplace risks, and creating better, safer working conditions is a must. And with the right knowledge, commitment, and training, Health and Safety (H&S) can become a big part of a company culture. This is what we discussed with Mike Albright, Vice-President of Human Resources of Manufacturing at Gildan, to learn how the Company has prioritized, standardized, and accelerated H&S on the factory floor at its 30+ factories worldwide over the last three decades.


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