October 11,2018 /3BL Media/ - The hygiene and health company Essity, maker of the Tork brand, opened the annual meeting of the United Nations Foundation’s dialogue on the UN’s sustainable development goals on October 10th. The meeting was held at the UN headquarters in New York and brought together the business community, governments, authorities, civil society and NGOs to exchange experiences and perspectives on how to achieve the global sustainable development goals.
Changing consumer trends can mean changes in your operation. If your operation is using new technology for placing orders, do you have a cleaning program in place for it? How does your food stay safe once it leaves your establishment for delivery? Consumers now hear more about food safety through social media and reality TV. Make sure your operation does not become something to “post about.”
September is National Food Safety Month, and Tork is a proud sponsor once again! This year’s theme focuses on The Future of Food Safety. Celebrate throughout September as we explore how managers and employees can prioritize food safety while navigating through myriad changes within the foodservice industry.
Taking a lunch break has been shown to boost productivity, engagement and even happiness at work, according to new research from Tork. That’s no small feat for a short break. We want to hear from you – are you reaping the benefits that come with taking lunch? Take the survey below and see where you stack up compared to 1,600 other employees surveyed in North America.
Tork Encourages Companies to “Take Back the Lunch Break” and Bridge the Gap between Employer & Employee Lunch Misperceptions
PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 16, 2018 / 3BL Media/ - Tork, an Essity brand, announces its “Take Back the Lunch Break” survey results, revealing a major disconnect between bosses and their employees when it comes to taking a lunch break.
Essity co-hosts expert roundtable meeting in Geneva with the United Nations (UN)
In collaboration with the United Nations Foundation, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and companies like Nestle and Novozymes, Essity invited experts and executives from the UN, government, business and non- governmental organizations to discuss the relationship between policy and investments that drive progress toward SDG implementation.