Employment

Millennials New Frontier: A Career in Financial Services

The Bright Future in Sustainable Investing
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by Kelly Coyne VP, Impax Asset Mmgt and Pax Ellevate Mgmt.

Why do millennials eschew jobs in financial services and how Sustainable Investing is changing that

For The Fifth Consecutive Year, Aramark Named A Top 50 Employer For People With Disabilities

CAREERS & disABLED magazine recognizes Aramark for diversity and inclusion efforts
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PHILADELPHIA, January 28, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Aramark (NYSE:ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, who employs 270,000 team members across the globe, has again been named a Top 50 employer by CAREERS & the disABLED magazine, for providing a positive working environment for people with disabilities.

Booz Allen Makes Indeed’s Top 20 List for Job Seekers

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Job search website Indeed logs 9.8 new jobs each second and 200 million visitors every month. In October, the company included Booz Allen in its Top 20 Hottest Companies for Job Seekers.

Booz Allen ranked 11th, ahead of companies such as IBM, Lockheed Martin, and NBCUniversal.

Strengthening Clean Energy with a Diverse Workforce

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by Kristen Graf, Executive Director, WRISE (Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy)

National Disability Institute, Wells Fargo Release New Financial Education Guides for People With Disabilities

Press Release

WASHNGTON, September 27, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Recognizing that financial education is an important first step to financial stability and independence, National Disability Institute (NDI) and Wells Fargo released 15 quick financial education reference guides and five supplemental guides for people with disabilities.

Aramark Named a Top 50 Employer for People With Disabilities

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Aramark has been named a Top 50 employer for their diversity and inclusion efforts for people with disabilities by CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine for the fourth year in a row.

Meet Bishal, a Graduate from Generation India

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Bishal enrolled in Generation India’s General Duty Assistant (GDA) program, which trains young people to work in hospitals. After graduation he found a job at Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital in Delhi—and he performed so well that he was quickly promoted.

Lacking the money or connections to find a good job

Does Your Company Have This Key Business Strategy in Place?

Article

Originally posted on The Edge Markets.

SINGAPORE (Nov 22): As both a woman and a person of colour, Erika Irish Brown spent over 15 years of her career in the financial sector feeling fortunate to have been given what she saw as equal opportunities as everyone else in the US.

Her first stint at Wall Street was incidentally via a minority internship programme in 1990.

Learn About Generation's Impact in India, Kenya, Mexico, Spain and the U.S.

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India Impact Overview

Generation India offers programs in healthcare, training people to be general duty assistants, and in food and beverage-focused hospitality.

  • 95% placed in jobs
  • 79% outperforming their peers
  • 94% retention (vs. industry average of 40%)
  • 100% of employers would hire again

Impact Spotlight

Learn About Generation's Impact on Employers

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Employer Impact

We work with 400+ employer partners globally to provide them high-quality talent for entry-level positions.

  • 98% of our employers would hire Generation graduates again

  • 87% across all programs (50% industry average)

  • 88% of our employers say that Generation graduates perform better than average

 

Delivery Impact

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