Herbalife Nutrition recognizes diversity as a strength, celebrates multiculturalism, and promotes fairness and equality.
At Herbalife Nutrition, they are committed to building a thriving work culture for all through various programs and initiatives. When human connection and work ethics are integrated and prioritized in the workplace, teamwork collaboration becomes an excellent conduit for success. Herbalife Nutrition is dedicated to building a thriving work culture in the workplace because they care about improving employees’ health and wellness, cultivating an inclusive work environment, and advancing servant leadership and professional growth programs for everyone.
On the heels of the signing of President Biden’s infrastructure bill and the progress at COP26, Cummins Inc. is continuing its efforts to scale the green hydrogen economy and accelerate the energy transition with the opening of its newest alternative power innovation facility in West Sacramento, California.
This Hydrogen Fuel Cell Integration Center will help Cummins make zero-emissions fleets a reality for more customers with its proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell technology.
Excerpts from the 2021 Medtronic Integrated Performance Report
Medtronic and the Medtronic Foundation partner to improve lives and address inequities. Our philanthropic activities build trust and social capital with local, national, and international organizations, and we leverage the power of our human capital through employee volunteering and giving.
Our Mondelez WTR team recently implemented Mondelēz International’s first-ever zero waste activation at Oslo Airport with one of the duty-free channel’s leading retailers Gebr. Heinemann. The umbrella concept puts the spotlight on our Cocoa Life program for our consumers, featuring travel’s number one chocolate brand, Toblerone, and popular Nordic chocolate brands Daim and Freia.
We are delighted that Illumina is the top ranked Healthcare and Life Science company and #2 overall on Newsweek’s America’s Most Responsible Companies 2022 list, which recognizes top-performing companies that are making a difference through their environmental, social and governance actions.
Framework supports Vistra's transition to clean energy and aligns with its ESG priorities
IRVING, Texas, December 3, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Vistra (NYSE: VST) announced the publication of its Green Finance Framework, supported by a second-party opinion from V.E (formerly Vigeo Eiris), part of Moody's ESG Solutions. The Framework allows Vistra to issue green financial instruments to fund new or existing projects that support renewable energy and energy efficiency, as defined in the Framework, with alignment to the company's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy.
For this month’s episode, host Louise Chester speaks to Sylvie Nicol, Chief Human Resources Officer at Henkel. Sylvie, who is responsible for sustainability at Board level at the company, is perfectly placed to share Henkel’s key priorities and projects to drive progress on sustainability.
Getting ready for the holidays? While you’re celebrating with family and friends, it’s also important to keep some safety tips in mind.
Did you know that more home fires happen in winter months than any other time of year? According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, more than 65,000 home fires in America start with heating equipment – so get yours inspected.
Holiday decorations that light up our lives are also responsible for an average of 790 home fires each year while an additional 160 fires annually are caused by holiday trees.
When the organizers of a large anti-hate global conference in Pittsburgh needed on-site COVID-19 testing, they reached out to Quest to help keep the summit as safe as possible.
The inaugural Eradicate Hate Global Summit 2021 was scheduled for October 17 to 20 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh. About a month before the conference, organizers reached out to Quest for help.
Henkel celebrates International Volunteer Day by recognizing the positive impact of employee volunteers in their communities.
At Henkel, we believe there is no better way to take an active role in working for the good of generations than by engaging with our community through volunteering. This International Volunteer Day, we celebrate our compassionate volunteers who help Henkel do its part to make the world a better place, especially in the communities where we operate. Now, building strong communities is more important than ever.
[Webinar] Your Guide to Pro Bono Project Management
Wednesday, December 8, 2021, at 1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 11 AM MT / 10 AM PT
Event Marks AEG’s Ninth Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner
In celebration of Thanksgiving, AEG partnered with U.S. Vets in the greater Los Angeles area to host 200 U.S. military veterans and their families for a free Thanksgiving dinner at The Novo at L.A. LIVE on Nov. 25. The event marked the ninth year that AEG employees welcomed and served meals to members of the community at L.A. LIVE on the Thanksgiving holiday.
For many of us, Thanksgiving turkey and pumpkin pie are fuel for the upcoming shopping holidays. After all, it requires real endurance to complete the marathon of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday.
But don’t forget about Giving Tuesday.
Created in 2012, Giving Tuesday is a holiday that encourages people to give back to their communities by donating money to a charitable cause or volunteering for a good cause. The impact has been significant. In 2020, $2.47 billion was donated to U.S. nonprofits by 43.8 billion people on Giving Tuesday.
Jeffrey Whitford, head of sustainability and social business innovation at MilliporeSigma, joins Paul Heller of Innovation+Talks podcast to discuss the realm of sustainability. Jeffrey shares how companies can drive sustainability through energy efficiency, renewables, product design, materials and packaging. He highlights the importance of investing in non-profit organizations and having access to high-quality education.
Plenty of fellow Marines spent their off-duty hours on the base in Okinawa, Japan. But not Jonas Cutler.
Cutler joined the Marine Corps in 1989 and was determined to make the most of the four-year enlistment. During his off-duty hours, he traveled, learned to scuba dive, and started his college education. He gained rank and responsibility, too, eventually becoming a non-commissioned officer.