Dan Amos has been chief executive officer for Aflac for more than 26 years. In fact, he is the second longest tenured CEO at the same company in the Fortune 200, behind only Warren Buffett. Over 26 years Dan has learned a few things about leadership, managing risk and why it is important to treat employees with respect and dignity. His remarkable marketing campaign (the Aflac Duck) originated in 2000 and catapulted Aflac from a successful regional brand into a company that serves more than 50 million people in the United States and Japan with annual revenues of $23 billion.
For 15 consecutive years, Bellagio has earned the coveted AAA Five Diamond Award for its superior service in every element of guest operations. That dedication to excellence extends behind the scenes as well, with a team wholly focused on supporting the company’s CSR platform. Bellagio’s CSR Council leads the larger team in meeting business objectives while at the same time making an impact on our community through sustainability, philanthropy and diversity programs and events.
Rapid technology advancements are changing conventional work paradigms and helping bridge geographical and cultural divides. Today’s workplace is extremely diverse – bringing together people from different ages, cultures, ethnicities, geographies and more. Success now depends on how leaders can help people grow and realize their full potential – both as individuals and as part of the teams they work with.
Rachel Scandling, Strategy and Optimisation Lead, left a career in the Royal Navy to join Barclays two years ago. She tells us about volunteering as a mentor to girls from disadvantaged backgrounds – and why she’s passionate about helping people achieve “incredible transformations”.
I joined Barclays two years ago, after a career in the Royal Navy, and I now work as a Strategy and Optimisation Lead for the bank. My role is to make all processes across the business more organised and efficient.
Eighty percent of respondents in a recent survey indicated inclusion is important when choosing an employer; across generations, professionals are seeking a culture of authenticity, flexibility and purpose
NEW YORK, September 26, 2017/3BL Media/ – As today’s workforce continues to evolve, professionals across generations cite inclusion as a key factor in determining whether they join, stay, or leave an organization.
ARLINGTON, VA, September 21, 2017 /3BL Media/ – The National Organization on Disability (NOD) today announced 45 organizations that have been selected to receive the 2017 NOD Leading Disability Employer Seal™. Now in its second year, the Seal recognizes companies that demonstrate exemplary employment practices for people with disabilities.
Company is named 2017 Top Corporation for Disability-Owned Businesses and earns 100 score on Disability Equality Index
Comcast NBCUniversal is honored to be named one of the 2017 Best Places to Work by the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) and American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), after receiving a score of 100 out of 100 on their annual Disability Equality Index (DEI) survey. We were also awarded Top Corporation for Disability-Owned Businesses by USBLN at the organization’s Annual Gala on August 23, 2017.