Las contribuciones apoyarán a aquellos que trabajan en el frente de la lucha y a las comunidades vulnerables afectadas por el virus
BUENOS AIRES, 5 de mayo de 2020 /3BL Media/ – A medida que la pandemia de COVID-19 avanza sobre las comunidades de todo el mundo, SC Johnson anunció hoy contribuciones a organizaciones de toda América Latina para ayudar a las personas al frente de la lucha contra la propagación del virus y a las comunidades vulnerables.
Contribuições apoiarão os que trabalham nas linhas de frente e as comunidades vulneráveis afetadas pelo coronavirus
RACINE, Wis., 5 de maio de 2020 /3BL Media/– À medida que a pandemia de COVID-19 segue impactando comunidades em todo o mundo, a SC Johnson acaba de anunciar contribuições que fará para organizações em toda a América Latina a fim de ajudar as pessoas que estão na linha de frente, bem como as comunidades mais vulneráveis, ao lidar com a propagação do vírus.
Since the “new world order” ushered in a new era in global trade some 30 years ago with the end of the Cold War, barriers to trade have continued to tumble. “GATT” (the “General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade” rounds of global trade talks that began in 1947) gave way to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995. New rules were applied, and trade continued to become “more liberalized”. Corporate interests responded with dispersal of many their operations.
What might our world look like when the COVID-19 global emergency winds down and we move into the “recovery and restoration” phase? What is in store for business in the transition? And beyond? Looking at risk and opportunity through an ESG lens.
BNP Paribas Asset Management has offered up some important perspectives. ESG analyst Anupama Rames asks and answers: (1) Will the world go back to status quo when we exit the dis-location? (2) Probably not. “We believe,” she writes, “that the learnings from the go-remote experiment are here to stay.”
How your employee relief fund and employee giving program can work together
As we all continue to grapple with the changes COVID-19 has brought to our lives and livelihoods, many people are struggling — and some of those people may be your employees. Many of Benevity's clients already have employee relief funds set up to help their people when unexpected circumstances arise — whether it’s an illness, injury or natural disaster. And just like we see in the wake of a hurricane or earthquake, right now your people likely fall into one of two categories: someone who needs support or someone who wants to support others.
As the coronavirus infections continued to spread into every corner of the globe, the players in three societal sectors moved into action – the public sector (governments), the private sector (in the main, corporations, public and private) and what the esteemed Professor Peter Drucker identified as the “Social” sector (i.e., not-for-profits, NGOs, academics, foundations, others).
Support Directed to First Responders, Community Relief Funds, and Teachers
PRINCETON, N.J., Apr. 2, 2020 /3BL Media/-- As the battle to contain the COVID-19 pandemic continues, NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NRG) announces broad efforts to aid those on the front lines of the pandemic response and provide relief to people adversely impacted.