Capital One Ranked #2 on the List in Financials Industry, Large Market Cap
Dcember 6, 2013 /3BL Media/ - For the second year in a row, Capital One Financial Corporation was recognized as one of the top 50 community-minded companies in America on the Civic 50 survey – an annual initiative that identifies and recognizes companies for their commitment to invest their time, talent, and resources to improve the quality of life in the communities where they do business.
Employee Engagement provides an array of community service opportunities that enable our employees to have an impact in their communities while supporting their professional development. Volunteer service at Bloomberg encompasses everything from one-off service projects to multiyear initiatives that take place on the employee's personal time.
In late 2011, Bloomberg launched the sustainability news section on Bloomberg.com. A collaborative effort between multimedia, sustainability and other teams, its success reflects Bloomberg’s innovative approach to leveraging the distinct expertise of multiple, cross-platform groups to deliver curated and topical news.
Bloomberg is committed to the development of on-site renewable energy. Our first renewable energy project was a 1.8 Megawatt solar system that contributes over 50% of the power needs at our Skillman, NJ office campus. This was followed by another rooftop solar installation at our San Francisco office. These projects reduce our dependence on the local power grid AND save us money!
Learn more about this and other energy saving projects.
A culture of giving back to the community - embedded within the Company from its founding - has ensured that our operational and employee efforts relating to the environment achieved early success and adoption. We contribute money, time and expertise to help charities and non-profit organizations globally. We encourage our employees to pursue their charitable interests through our philanthropic efforts, thereby helping to develop the next generation of volunteers and philanthropists.
Join Hideki Suzuki of Bloomberg, Marjella Alma of GRI Focal Point USA, and Herbert Blank of S-Networks (TRCRI) at Baruch College Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity For This Special One Day Course.
November 11, 2013 /3BL Media/ -
*NEW IN THE USA: As part of this workshop, participants will receive their Certificate of completion of the “GRI Certified Training Module on Defining Report Content” directly from the Global Reporting Initiative.
As the leading provider of data, news and analytics for the business and financial communities, Bloomberg LP looks to facilitate the integration of sustainability considerations into the broader economic conversation through its products and services, operations and philanthropic efforts.
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