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Ethisphere’s Second-Annual World’s Most Ethical Companies Best Practices in Ethics Communications Workshop

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The Ethisphere Institute, which annually recognizes the World’s Most Ethical Companies (WME), will hold its second-annual Best Practices in Ethics Communications Workshop on October 24, 2013, at the New York Stock Exchange in its iconic meeting facilities. 

Interested parties can register here

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The Ethisphere Institute, which annually recognizes the World’s Most Ethical Companies (WME), will hold its second-annual Best Practices in Ethics Communications Workshop on October 24, 2013, at the New York Stock Exchange in its iconic meeting facilities. 

Interested parties can register here

Focus on CR & Information: ESG and Creating a Better Business Record

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Business value today is being calculated with a new method: the integrated reporting of all material factors. How does this "information governance" work?

The International Integrated Reporting Council and Sustainable Accounting Standards Board are two of the initiatives building momentum for the integration into reporting and communication of the ESG factors that represent business value.

The Customer is not Always Right: Why Supermarkets Show We Have a Problem with Evidence

Senior Researcher Charlie Ashford, Corporate Citizenship shares his views
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Last month, a group of scientists sent an open letter to ten supermarkets, accusing them of “seriously misinforming customers on health risks”.

From Fragile to Resilient: Libor to RSF Prime

In 2009, RSF Social Finance implemented an innovative alternative to Libor
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by Don Shaffer

Let’s recognize the historic opportunity we have to change the current culture of money!

Diamonds and Rust

The Need for Ethical Climate Change in Banking
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The takeaway: The British  scandal over interest-rate rigging underscores the need for ethical climate change in banking. In addition to regulatory and policy changes, doing this involves the combined efforts of CEOs, boards of directors, investors, depositors, and other stakeholders to make banking better. To start, it means understanding and enhancing the moral shadow cast by every institutional and individual action.

Consumers May Not Be “Buying” Companies’ Environmental Claims

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We're pleased to share our newest environmental research, the 2012 Cone Green Gap Trend Tracker, the third in a series of benchmark surveys examining American consumers' perceptions of environmental marketing. The good news: Americans continue to buy with the environment in mind. The bad news: consumers are not necessarily trusting companies' environmental claims.

Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma

Presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications, General Motors Corporation, United States
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Session 4 - Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma, presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications - General Motors Corporation (USA)  1:30pm, October 5th at HR Summit 2010.

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx

General Motors employees experienced significant change in 2009 - to say the least!  In less than a year, they witnessed a dramatic drop in sales, and the subsequent bankruptcy and re-emergence of their organization.  Employees who didn't retire or weren't asked to leave faced pay cuts, retirement plan hits, job reassignments, and benefit changes.

In 2010 GM implemented a program called Outreach to re-engage employees.  The idea was to use the customer experience to refocus employees throughout the company on the bottom line, satisfying customers, and selling cars.  Peter Ternes will discuss what happened when GM sent employees into some of its toughest U.S. markets, and how this is now helping GM design, build, and sell better vehicles.

Register now for the HR Summit 

CBC9337

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Session 4 - Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma, presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications - General Motors Corporation (USA)  1:30pm, October 5th at HR Summit 2010.

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx

General Motors employees experienced significant change in 2009 - to say the least!  In less than a year, they witnessed a dramatic drop in sales, and the subsequent bankruptcy and re-emergence of their organization.  Employees who didn't retire or weren't asked to leave faced pay cuts, retirement plan hits, job reassignments, and benefit changes.

In 2010 GM implemented a program called Outreach to re-engage employees.  The idea was to use the customer experience to refocus employees throughout the company on the bottom line, satisfying customers, and selling cars.  Peter Ternes will discuss what happened when GM sent employees into some of its toughest U.S. markets, and how this is now helping GM design, build, and sell better vehicles.

Register now for the HR Summit 

CBC9337

Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma

Presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications, General Motors Corporation, United States
Summary: 

Session 4 - Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma, presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications - General Motors Corporation (USA)  1:30pm, October 5th at HR Summit 2010.

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx

General Motors employees experienced significant change in 2009 - to say the least!  In less than a year, they witnessed a dramatic drop in sales, and the subsequent bankruptcy and re-emergence of their organization.  Employees who didn't retire or weren't asked to leave faced pay cuts, retirement plan hits, job reassignments, and benefit changes.

In 2010 GM implemented a program called Outreach to re-engage employees.  The idea was to use the customer experience to refocus employees throughout the company on the bottom line, satisfying customers, and selling cars.  Peter Ternes will discuss what happened when GM sent employees into some of its toughest U.S. markets, and how this is now helping GM design, build, and sell better vehicles.

Register for the HR Summit before September 5th and save $100 using priority code 3BL.

CBC8312

summary

Session 4 - Re-Focusing Employees after Organizational Trauma, presented by Peter Ternes, Director of Internal Communications - General Motors Corporation (USA)  1:30pm, October 5th at HR Summit 2010.

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx

General Motors employees experienced significant change in 2009 - to say the least!  In less than a year, they witnessed a dramatic drop in sales, and the subsequent bankruptcy and re-emergence of their organization.  Employees who didn't retire or weren't asked to leave faced pay cuts, retirement plan hits, job reassignments, and benefit changes.

In 2010 GM implemented a program called Outreach to re-engage employees.  The idea was to use the customer experience to refocus employees throughout the company on the bottom line, satisfying customers, and selling cars.  Peter Ternes will discuss what happened when GM sent employees into some of its toughest U.S. markets, and how this is now helping GM design, build, and sell better vehicles.

Register for the HR Summit before September 5th and save $100 using priority code 3BL.

CBC8312

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