It’s been over 50 years since the Stonewall Uprising, six days of protest and civil unrest inflamed by a police raid of a New York City gay bar, The Stonewall Inn. This event is seen as the catalyst for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in the U.S. Since Stonewall, significant steps toward equality for the LGBTQ+ community have been made, but challenges remain.
T. Rowe Price is cognizant of these challenges and is committed to advocating for systemic change and fostering an environment where associates across the globe can bring their full selves to work.
CINCINNATI, June 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Bank’s annual “Feeding Our Communities” initiative provided more than 4.6 million meals in May to fight hunger across its footprint. The monthlong effort involved virtual volunteer activities by employees and monetary donations, including customer-purchased Shield of Recognition sales.
Martha Ulman, Grandchild of Clara Spence, Joins Board of Adoption & Family Support Agency as Honorary Director
NEW YORK, June 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children (Spence-Chapin) announced the addition of Martha Ulman, the grandchild of Clara Spence, Spence-Chapin’s Co-Founder and Spence School in Manhattan Founder, as an Honorary Director to its Board of Directors. Spence-Chapin is honored to have Mrs. Ulman join their illustrious team of emeritus directors.
When it comes to recruiting employees, there are probably many ways your recruitment team helps prospective employees get to know your company and its culture. After all, company culture, ethics, and work environment all make up a big part of a candidate’s decision to join your team. However, there’s another area that has a huge impact on a candidate’s decision-making process, and it’s an area that many companies are focusing on more and more. We’re talking about social good.
What is the key to making your employee volunteering and giving programs scalable, measurable and meaningful? Best practices? Unlimited resources? Realized Worth’s Chris Jarvis suggests three shifts in perspective and intention that make all the difference:
“Giving back is not only a way to support your community and make a difference, it also helps us empathize with others, inspires greater happiness and helps us continue to grow and evolve as a society. I am humbled and excited for the ongoing opportunity to help others achieve a better life through the Clarivate Volunteer Network. “
Sònia Barrios Millan, Clarivate Volunteer Network Global Lead
"Clarivate has sustainability at its core, as we advance our responsibility and efforts to positively impact the communities in which we live and work. By inspiring colleagues to volunteer locally or even virtually, we are collectively making a difference and contributing to a better world.”
Aman Gata-Aura, Clarivate Volunteer Network Global Lead
Aman Gata-Aura, Team Lead, Professional Services, CompuMark™, Clarivate discusses her career to-date, her development at Clarivate and her role in the Clarivate Volunteer Network.
Aman joined Clarivate in May 2017 as a Solutions Specialist in the Customs & Managed Solutions team and moved up to team leader in the solution designing team. Aman has since moved on to a new role as Strategy Manager, IP Group and is based in London. Since joining Clarivate, Aman has become deeply involved in the Clarivate Volunteer Network (CVN), a colleague resource group that encourages all colleagues to enhance their local communities and enact changes to benefit society.
When it comes to supporting our local communities, Bloomberg employees like to roll up their sleeves. Bloomberg’s “Best of Bloomberg” program connects employees with causes they care about, with near-daily volunteering activities made possible through the company’s corporate partnerships with non-profit organizations around the world.