As women face unprecedented job losses across a range of industries, an emerging crop of software platforms, tools, and interventions could reshape workplace norms.
Visual artist Ashley Cecil’s professional life was upended when schools closed. The 39-year-old mother of two, who earns less than her husband, says it was clear she’d be the one to scale back. Cecil dropped teaching engagements and began renting out her Pittsburgh studio. “When push came to shove,” she says, “there was just no question that I was going to be ... the default parent until we could figure out some solution.”
By Lesley Slaton Brown, Chief Diversity Officer, HP Inc.
A year ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic and the world went into a lockdown like no other. Since then, Asians and Pacific Islanders across the world have been facing, what some people called, a “double pandemic.” On top of the health crisis, they’re facing racial trauma, mounting hate crimes and despicable violence.
... what I did know was working towards making one’s dream come true is where the excitement and fun is. As was the challenge. Like your art, Ruksana, where your imagination rules, I too imagined how to make things possible. Believing in oneself is as important as never giving up on one’s dreams...
RALEIGH, N.C., March 5, 2021 /3BL Media/ - At a time when students everywhere are struggling with remote instruction, students at North Carolina’s Governor Morehead School (GMS), the state’s residential school for the blind and visually impaired, also faced the additional challenge of not having enough technology that fit their unique needs.
How do we rebuild the energy and momentum of the youth-led climate movement in 2019? Educate girls around the world and empower them. Give them inspiration and possibilities.
Supporting girls' education is one of the most powerful things we can do to solve climate change, says Christina Lowery, CEO of Girl Rising, an organization dedicated to changing the way the world values girls and their education.
New HP Amplify Impact program represents major step forward in company’s ambitious goal to become the most sustainable and just technology company by 2030
Palo Alto, Calif., February 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ — Today, HP Inc. unveiled HP Amplify™ Impact, an industry-first partner assessment, resource and training program aimed at driving meaningful change across its three Sustainable Impact pillars – Planet, with an emphasis on climate change; People with an emphasis on human rights and social justice; and Community with an emphasis on bridging the digital divide. Partners that pledge to join the HP Amplify Impact program will work with HP to assess their own practices while tapping into the company’s extensive investments and initiatives.
HP, Trek Bicycle, Room & Boardand Bosch Appliances are changing how everyday products are made to have an impact on climate change
HP has created “the world’s most sustainable PC portfolio” through a commitment to energy efficiency, recycled materials usage, product longevity, design for product end-of-life and innovative packaging.
The company’s groundbreaking recycling program in Haiti has provided more than 450 tons of ocean-bound plastic bottles for recycling and reuse. That plastic ends up in HP products like the new EliteBook 800 Series PCs, ZBook Firefly 14 and ZBook Firefly 15.