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Call for Suppliers: Brazil Worker Engagement Program

SAI invites factories in the São Paulo region to join the Worker Engagement Program to help enhance health and safety systems
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Over the past decade, it has become clear that to improve workplaces, management systems and effective ways to engage teams in tackling specific problems are needed. 

Millions of accidents occur every year in workplaces, taking a toll on workers, their families and the community.  Occupational health and safety issues can be devastating to business, resulting in an enormous loss of productivity and reputational damage, yet they are some of the easiest issues to prevent. It is critical for workplaces to be in tune with its social performance, in order to move forward as a global competitor in their industry and meet customer expectations.

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Over the past decade, it has become clear that to improve workplaces, management systems and effective ways to engage teams in tackling specific problems are needed. 

Millions of accidents occur every year in workplaces, taking a toll on workers, their families and the community.  Occupational health and safety issues can be devastating to business, resulting in an enormous loss of productivity and reputational damage, yet they are some of the easiest issues to prevent. It is critical for workplaces to be in tune with its social performance, in order to move forward as a global competitor in their industry and meet customer expectations.

Your Mobile Phone: The New Human Rights Watchdog

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In our increasingly wired world, information is just a click, tweet or text away. As we saw recently, consumers are harnessing the power of technology to understand how their own purchases impact the environment. But a few organizations are using technology to spread awareness and inspire action by taking human rights violations out of the factory and into your pocket.

Can Mobile Phones Prevent More Factory Deaths?

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Labor Link--a service that lets companies anonymously survey factory workers at their suppliers--hopes to make working conditions in the developing world more transparent.

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Labor Link--a service that lets companies anonymously survey factory workers at their suppliers--hopes to make working conditions in the developing world more transparent.

‘Tis the Season to Share, but with a Cell Phone, Share Wisely

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by Lynette Owens

It’s so easy to share photos using mobile social networking apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. The fact that we can capture something we’ve seen and need to share immediately with our friends and family is an amazing ability. One tap and you have a picture. One more and you have a massive audience for it.

Ask and You Shall Receive: mGive’s New Tools

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By Cassie Bair

Here at mGive, we take great stock in what our clients say they wish they could do with mobile. It’s a common topic of conversation internally and a place of great debate as we determine our product activities and how to move forward. Today we are excited to announce two products that are officially available to clients, as well as let you know there are more on the way!

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Sodexo and MyFitnessPal Partner to Make Good Nutrition Easy

Industry-leading mobile application offers Sodexo’s customers one go-to place for tracking dining choices, nutrition and fitness activities at work and home
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(3BL Media) Gaithersburg, MD - August 6, 2012 - Dietitians and health experts everywhere regard daily tracking of physical activity and food intake as the single biggest tool for success in any health, diet or fitness program and  that process just got easier for millions of Americans thanks to a strategic partnership between Sodexo and MyFitnessPal.  Now, tracking good nutrition in the workplace is simple as Sodexo, Quality of Daily Life Solutions provider to more than 1,800 corporate workplaces in the United States, directly connects its database of thousands of chef-developed menu items

mBlog: Understanding Your mGive Donors

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When you want something you’ve never had before, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done before. And come 2012, many nonprofit organizations are resolving to shake things up, change the way they do things and most importantly, to engage with their supporters in innovative mediums. In our last mBlog post, I covered the steps you need to take to be an effective mobile communicator. Hopefully you’ve done your mobile training and have identified your mobile goals.

Power Your Future App Contest

With Charlene Lake, chief sustainability officer
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Charlene Lake, AT&T's chief sustainability officer, congratulates the finalists.

The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Charlene Lake, AT&T's chief sustainability officer, congratulates the finalists.

The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Electrify! with Paras Jain & Ajay Jain

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Paras Jain and Ajay Jain discuss their app, Electrify.

 

Electrify says it puts energy efficiency information and tools in consumers’ hands. With a variety of calculators to show clear savings and a wealth of information from the Department of Energy, users can see the clear upsides of green tech. 
 
The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Paras Jain and Ajay Jain discuss their app, Electrify.

 

Electrify says it puts energy efficiency information and tools in consumers’ hands. With a variety of calculators to show clear savings and a wealth of information from the Department of Energy, users can see the clear upsides of green tech. 
 
The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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AT&T "Power Your Future" Sustainability Mobile App Contest

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The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. By Dec. 9, 2011, vote on any of four finalist apps at http://att.promo.eprize.com/app, and get automatically enrolled for a chance to win one of ten $100 gift cards being given away this month. AT&T will promote the winning app in AT&T stores around the country. The developer of the winning app will receive a $20,000 grand prize, and the first runner-up will receive $5,000. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.

 

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The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. By Dec. 9, 2011, vote on any of four finalist apps at http://att.promo.eprize.com/app, and get automatically enrolled for a chance to win one of ten $100 gift cards being given away this month. AT&T will promote the winning app in AT&T stores around the country. The developer of the winning app will receive a $20,000 grand prize, and the first runner-up will receive $5,000. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.

 

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