The corporate real estate (CRE) industry plays an increasingly important role in helping businesses enhance their workplace strategy. This profession is instrumental in designing workplaces that impact employee engagement, performance and wellness. These factors not only impact business results but also affect employee Quality of Life.
By 2025, millennials will represent 75% of the global workforce – and that means three-quarters of employees will likely seek opportunities to make an impact on people and the environment through their personal lives and the companies where they work.
New research by Corporate Citizenship, a global sustainability consultancy, reveals that although business awareness of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals has increased in the past year, tangible action to address the Goals has been slow to follow. One year on from their launch, the research reveals a trust deficit between the expectations of millennials - the largest generation alive today - and the realities of business action when it comes to solving the world’s most pressing social, environmental and economic challenges.
"The damage that the platforms ... can do to journalism and to news is pretty profound," said M. Scott Havens, Bloomberg Media's global head of digital, who spoke Wednesday.
He attributed altruistic motives to companies like Facebook and Snapchat, which have linked up with media companies to host their content and share some of the advertising revenue from it. "I think the platforms are trying to help us," he said. "I really do."
Millennials are aware of, and expect, the companies that they work with and for to have a comprehensive CSR strategy, including employee volunteering programs.
Join Volinspire Tuesday, September 27 at 10:00 a.m. MST to learn how to engage current and prospective millennial employees through the use of technology to communicate your employee volunteering programs.
It’s easy to surrender to mindless activities during the summer: lying on the beach, binging on Netflix. Booz Allen Summer Games interns, however, chose to take on challenges that will change the world.
The following post is part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns. The opinions and views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not reflect the views of Booz Allen
The following post is part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns. The opinions and views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not reflect the views of Booz Allen.
By Camille McGirt and Anna Deberry
The news of contaminated water reaching the citizens of Flint, Michigan, has been heartbreaking – and worrisome. How easily could this happen in towns across the U.S.?