Welcome to our series aimed at spotlighting the individual leaders within BIER member companies and stakeholder organizations. Learn how these practitioners and their companies are addressing pressing challenges around water, energy, agriculture, climate change and what inspires each of them to advance environmental sustainability in the beverage sector and collectively, overall.
Briefly describe your role and responsibilities and how long you have worked with your company.
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.
Establishing a project safety culture that reflects our commitment to safe work performance
The Tetra Tech remediation team for the Former National Fireworks Site dealt with multiple health and safety challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and the processing of hazardous and radiological wastes mixed with unexploded munitions.
In each instance, our team adapted to each new challenge and sought innovative solutions to meet our cleanup objectives and protect the health and safety of site personnel and the nearby community.
Herbalife Nutrition highlights employees’ acts of service during Volunteer Week
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In celebration of #NationalVolunteerWeek, Herbalife Nutrition is excited to showcase their employees who have been giving back even during these trying times! Here are a few of their volunteer stories below:
Comcast NBCUniversal was recognized by Fortune, in partnership with global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work, as the 21st best company to work for on its ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list this year. This is the fourth straight year Comcast has been named on this list and the first time the company has placed among the top 25 employers nationwide.
Along with the many other winners of Ragan’s 2021 Employee Communications Awards, these companies represent the very best in employee engagement and internal comms.
During COVID-19, it became clear to insurance firm Aflac that something new was needed for its annual report on corporate social responsibility. The company prides itself on its commitment to purpose, ethics and giving back to the community, and the organization saw 2020 as an opportunity to morph the launch of its report into a virtual event, both highlighting CSR achievements and engaging a newly remote workforce.
Continues regional expansion with a focus on employees
For the second consecutive year, Illumina is honored as one of Singapore’s Best Employers in a survey sponsored by The Straits Times and the marketing firm Statista. Illumina was second in Health Care and Equipment Services and placed 27th on the overall list.
In the third instalment of the Collaboration for Healthier Lives Employee Experts Conversation Series, Hellen de Leeuw, Program Director Benefits at Ahold Delhaize, delved into associate wellbeing in the retail space. Hellen addresses associate wellbeing from different angles, why it is so important, why it is worth placing at the top of business agendas, and how COVID has shaped the workforce of the future.
Johnson & Johnson's Jennifer Posa, PhD, MS, and Sean Chai take a deep dive into their company's mission to support the total health and wellbeing of their employees and their families, as they continue to work towards becoming the healthiest workforce in these turbulent COVID times.