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NortonLifeLock Offers Virtual Volunteer Opportunities to Power Change

By Kimberly Bishop, Corporate Responsibility
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In April of 2020, during the early stages of what has been a long-enduring pandemic, there were people all over the world stepping up to help out in a variety of much-needed ways. Points of Light, the world’s largest nonprofit dedicated to accelerating people-powered change, declared April to be “Global Volunteer Month” as a way of recognizing those who were supporting the most vulnerable populations during this time of extreme need.[1]

Principal Financial Group® Releases Corporate Responsibility Commitments

New goals grow support for diverse businesses, reduce environmental impacts, and advance an inclusive culture
Press Release

DES MOINES, Iowa, April 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Principal Financial Group® released today multi-year corporate responsibility commitments focused on employee empowerment, financial inclusion, and sustainability as part of its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy and issued through its 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report.

CLP Safeguards People’s Health and Wellbeing Amid COVID-19 Threat

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In its latest Sustainability Report, the CLP Group highlighted its efforts in keeping the workforce safe and well, while remaining focused on supporting the development of employees in a world disrupted by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Tetra Tech's Southeastern Pennsylvania Offices Win Company's 2020 Community Service Achievement Award for Supporting Veterans

Donating our time and expertise to support our veterans and local community
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Tetra Tech’s Southeastern Pennsylvania offices organized and implemented multiple landscaping and service projects at Washington Crossing National Cemetery (WCNC) in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, using their engineering expertise to support veterans and give back to the local community.

Make Lunch Count

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You could be forgiven for nearly choking on your cheese sandwich while scoffing at the revelation that many employees are failing to make time for a decent lunch break.​

While everyone needs to refuel in the day, I’ll wager you’re cramming that sandwich in while continuing to toil at your desk. Taking phone calls, tackling work emails and preparing for your next Zoom meeting, while brushing crumbs off your keyboard. Sounds familiar?​

Cutting Edge: How an Inquiring Mind Found His Niche at Koch-Glitsch

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Pedro Osornio is a natural-born tinkerer. As a young boy, he once dismantled a radio, poked through the cables and circuitry, then put it back together. A few years later, he and his brother built a natural gas-fired stove for his family’s restaurant.

“We figured out how the gas flowed and everything,” Pedro says. “I’ve always liked knowing how things work and finding a better way to do things.”

Building a Better Employer Brand With Corporate Volunteerism

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In an increasingly digital and socially influenced world, branding is critical. This doesn’t just refer to products in stores and celebrities on Instagram—corporations and employers also have to consider their brand image. In fact, Corporate Responsibility magazine found that 75% of Americans won’t work for a company that had a bad reputation, even if they are currently unemployed.

Workiva Named Best Place to Work for Third Consecutive Year

Culture Continues to be at the Forefront of Employee Innovations and Satisfaction
Press Release

AMES, Iowa, April 12, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Workiva Inc. (NYSE:WK), the company that simplifies complex work, today announced, for the third consecutive year, it has been named a 

Hall of Femme 2021

Hormel Foods Vice President of Corporate Communications Wendy Watkins inducted into the PRWeek Hall of Femme class of 2021
Press Release

April 9, 2021 /3BL Media/ - For its sixth Hall of Femme class, PRWeek inducts a record 28 honorees who are the guiding lights within the industry.

The Hall of Femme Class of 2021 has been expanded to recognize the tremendous women who stepped up to the plate in the past year and decades prior.

Many of them cite “mom” as one of their chief mentors.

All of them are sending the elevator back down to help younger versions of themselves succeed in competitive environments.

Igniting an Innovation Culture

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It’s probably happened to us all. We’re given directions to a friend or colleague’s home in a remote area, and try as we might, we can’t find the location on our maps or apps.

For most of us, it’s an occasional annoyance. But for frontline CLP employees performing routine meter reading services everyday, confusing street numbers and vague addresses could cost them a huge amount of time and effort.

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