In the recent Anti Corruption Survey Results 2014 by Dow Jones, comprehensive findings were introduced about the presence, key elements, and due diligence of anti-corruption programs. Particularly, the Dow Jones Risk & Compliance monitored due diligence processes including frequency, components, and outsourcing. The survey includes insights on challanges companies have had with an anti-corruption compliance program:
Nielsen, a global information and measurement company, will celebrate Pro Bono Week by recognizing and expanding Nielsen associates’ contributions to the company’s pro bono impact around the world. Nielsen will host a series of internal webinars to showcase its associates’ skills-based volunteering and in-kind giving contributions within their four priority cause areas of Education, Hunger & Nutrition, Technology, and Diversity & Inclusion.
Join Source Intelligence on October 15th for an interview with Dr. Chris Bayer, principal investigator at Tulane University, and Nick Aster, founder of Triple Pundit, for a deeper understanding of the after effects of Dodd Frank 1502.
American cities, consumer goods companies, and retailers are facing a financial and environmental crisis: we are currently spending billions of dollars to landfill products and packaging when, instead, they could be sold to the recycling industry. These valuable commodities could be recycled, drive costs efficiency, and create jobs. There are many benefits to recycling including the reduction in manufacturing costs for consumer goods, reduction in landfill disposal costs, increased revenue for municipalities, and creation of local jobs.
Manufacturing companies rely on the knowledge and capabilities of skilled workers to keep their businesses going. As a result, manufacturers should be, and often are, proponents of programs that encourage education in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields.