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Why Don’t Americans Take More Time Off Work?

By: Mia Mends
Blog

You might joke that your office seems like a ghost town during the summer months, when many people take time off to go on vacation. In reality it should probably feel that way more often. American workers take only 51 percent of the paid time off they’re eligible for, MarketWatch reports.

What the Cleveland Cavaliers Can Teach Us About Comebacks at Work

By: Steve Cox
Blog

Last night was an historic comeback win for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but what was really impressive and a lesson for us all, was the nature of the Cavs’ comeback. Psychologically, when you’re already behind, winning can become even harder. That’s a lesson that’s as true on the basketball court as it is in the office.

What Can “Hamilton” Teach Us About Leadership?

By: Steve Dunmore
Blog

Tickets are hard to come by for the Broadway show “Hamilton,” which won the Tony Award for Best New Musical Sunday night. But that hasn’t stopped it from becoming a sensation across the country, with many people listening to its soundtrack on repeat. Much of its popularity comes from the innovative way it blends American history with a hip-hop-meets-show-tunes soundtrack. (It’s not every day you hear cabinet meetings imagined as rap battles.) Yet part of what makes the story so compelling is its real-life hero, Alexander Hamilton, who was talented and flawed in equal parts.

Image Mission Uses NetSuite to Streamline Processes to Dress Women for Success

See how a software donation from NetSuite.org is supporting the Singapore-affiliate of Dress for Success to replace manual processes and serve more women
Blog

Li Kin Pang will never forget the first woman her nonprofit organization, Image Mission Ltd, helped. A mother of three, the woman, whom we'll call Mae, had been the victim of domestic violence, and as a result had been forced to move with her children into her mother's one-room apartment.

Image Mission Uses NetSuite to Streamline Processes to Dress Women for Success

See how a software donation from NetSuite.org is supporting the Singapore-affiliate of Dress for Success to replace manual processes and serve more women
Blog

Li Kin Pang will never forget the first woman her nonprofit organization, Image Mission Ltd, helped. A mother of three, the woman, whom we'll call Mae, had been the victim of domestic violence, and as a result had been forced to move with her children into her mother's one-room apartment.

Toyota | Power Play

Toyota’s New Plano Campus Drafts Impressive Energy & Environmental Line Up
Press Release

PLANO, Texas, June 14, 2016 /3BL Media/  – Toyota is hitting multiple shots-on-goal to reduce energy usage and environmental impacts at their new Plano headquarters campus.  The player bench is stacked with energy partners and programs to help achieve the goal of Platinum LEED Certification at the state-of-the-art campus. 

Why STEM? Why Now?

By: Steve Cox
Blog

While expanded globalization is swiftly increasing the competitive landscape for most businesses, it is also creating many more opportunities (and choices) for top STEM talent.  The U.S. Department of Commerceprojects that STEM occupations will grow by 17 percent between 2008–2018, compared with only 9.8 percent for non-STEM fields.

Deloitte Impact Survey 2016

Survey released in conjunction with Deloitte’s 17th annual Impact Day celebrating year-round commitment to local communities
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