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Carnival Corporation Earns Perfect Score in Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index

World's largest leisure travel company recognized by largest LGBTQ civil rights organization in the U.S. for commitment to inclusive and diverse workforce
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MIAMI, May 1, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest leisure travel company, today announced that it has been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) with a perfect score for the second consecutive year in its Corporate Equality Index (CEI), which rates U.S. companies on their treatment of LGBTQ consumers, investors and employees.

Diversity & Inclusion at IFF

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“Diversity and inclusion (D&I) are imperative to our continued success. We are dedicated to nurturing a truly inclusive, fair culture, built on a legacy of pioneering firsts that pursues new frontiers to explore. Our new Diversity & Inclusion program recognizes and accelerates our journey to full inclusiveness and inspires us to lead transformational change from within.

MetLife Foundation Announces Sponsorship of "Multipliers of Prosperity" for a Fourth Year

Global platform continues to lead conversation on financial health and inclusion
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NEW YORK, April 26, 2018 /3BL Media/ – MetLife Foundation announced today its fourth year as sole sponsor of Multipliers of Prosperity, an award-winning online thought leadership platform developed in partnership with WSJ. Custom Studios. The online site facilitates a global conversation on the financial health of low- to moderate-income people, and showcases the innovative and important solutions being implemented by both nonprofit and private sector financial services providers.

Will Implicit Bias Training Solve the Starbucks Problem?

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A barista calls the cops on two black men waiting for a friend and Starbucks responds with implicit bias training to help employees recognize subconscious racism. Is this response good enough? Information on its own does not change attitudes and behavior. So, what’s the answer? According to neuroscience, we need new neural pathways – and personal experiences are the only thing that can make it happen.

INTERVIEW: Cui Wang Ph.D: Microbiology Science Team For MARS

By Mariah Loeber
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This interview is with Cui Wang, who works in the Global Food Safety Center for MARS in Beijing.

Q:  Can you briefly explain what a day at your job as a microbiology research scientist is like?

Rebuilding Together Announces [Re]Build, Cause Marketing Campaign to Accelerate Support to People and Communities in Need

New national movement launched to address the urgent need to repair substandard housing and strengthen communities
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WASHINGTON, D.C., April 24, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Rebuilding Together, the leading home and community revitalization national non-profit organization, today announced the launch of [Re]Build, a grassroots movement to repair homes and revitalize communities across the country.

How PayPal is Doing Well by Doing Good

By Dan Schulman, President and CEO at PayPal
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In a time when technology has transformed people’s lives in so many ways, financial services is one area where the full potential of the Internet era has yet to be realized. We’ve been hearing for decades about how the decline of cash and the rise of the digital economy will revolutionize financial services and usher in more convenient, accessible and affordable transactions. But so far, the traditional financial order remains firmly in place. While change is underway, the way most people move and manage their money hasn’t changed much since credit cards appeared on the scene 50 years ago.

Aspiration vs. Operations: Purpose-Driven Starbucks Stumbles on Implicit Bias in Stores

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Starbucks has been under a harsh spotlight over the past week as attention focuses on a Philadelphia store manager's decision to call police to remove two black men, resulting in them being handcuffed and led from the store. They had been sitting quietly for no more than a minute or two, waiting to start a meeting. One of the men asked to use the restroom. The manager indicated that a purchase was required to do that or to sit in the store.

HP VIDEO | Reinvent Mindsets: #LatinoJobs

The latest in a series of ‘Reinvent Mindsets’ video spots to bust stereotypes for minorities in tech.
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HP is looking to add to its ranks of Latino employees with the simple message: “HP is hiring and talent is our only criteria.” At the end of last year, about 8 percent of HP’s U.S. workforce identified as Hispanic or Latino—so the company has a long way to go.

What Is a #LatinoJob? HP Continues Diversity Push with Powerful Message for Latino Recruits

The latest in a series of ‘Reinvent Mindsets’ video spots to bust stereotypes for minorities in tech.
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What happens when we confront stereotypes head-on? Sometimes, it makes for uncomfortable—but important—conversations.

You can feel this tension in HP’s latest video spot, #LatinoJobs, which aims to attract Latino workers into high tech jobs. Part of HP’s Reinvent Mindsets recruiting campaign, which focuses on cultivating top talent from underrepresented groups in tech, this latest installment debunks stereotypes about Latinos at work.

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