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Good Morning Sanofi - Andrea

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Good Morning Sanofi is a series of videos made by Sanofi employees across the world. 

Using a video camera they had 10 days to share their own particular views on diversity at Sanofi. 

Watch more Sanofi videos! Vist our YouTube page at SanofiTV!

 

 

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Is there a Future for Traditional Office Space?

Blog

Jason Richards

Vice President, Energy & Construction Services, Sodexo

The nature of business is evolving. Our interconnected, technology-driven world yields new philosophies on how and where work gets done. This flexibility questions the effectiveness of traditional office spaces and presents an opportunity to rethink the work environment.

Good Morning Sanofi - Mathieu

Multimedia with summary

Good Morning Sanofi is a series of videos made by Sanofi employees across the world. 

Using a video camera they had 10 days to share their own particular views on diversity at Sanofi.

Watch more Sanofi videos! Vist our YouTube page at SanofiTV!

 

 

The People Factor: How Diversity and Development are Shaping FedEx

by Kelly Gray
Blog

People are at the heart of FedEx. We’re in the business of connecting people, and we couldn’t do that successfully without the dedication of the hundreds of thousands of people within FedEx. That’s why we strive to create an environment where our team members can contribute and grow and where the values of diversity are woven throughout the organization. This starts with an inclusive culture. After all, different perspectives are critical to business success.

Great Place to Work® Recognizes Mars as 5th Best Place to Work in Japan

Mars Japan moves up 11 places as it makes the prestigious list for the third year
Press Release

TOKYO, JAPAN, February 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Mars Japan has been recognized this year as the 5th “Best Workplace” by Great Place to Work®. The ranking represents the business’ third year in the list and it’s highest-ranking year to date.

The Great Place to Work ranking recognizes outstanding workplace cultures using its Trust Index©, a 58-question employee survey used globally to help companies increase the levels of trust across their organizations and improve business results.

Register for the April 24th #GivingUnderTheInfluence Symposium in D.C.

How Digital Culture is Driving the Next Generation of Employee Engagement
Article
  • What inspires employees to give and engage with charitable causes?
  • How can companies balance engaging, high-impact activities with low-cost solutions? 
  • How can the employee giving environment inside the walls of the workplace mirror the digital experience outside the walls of the workplace?

Do Firms that Put "Family First" Perform Better?

Press Release

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) July 12, 2011 - Achieving a healthy work-life balance is increasingly important to employees and many companies have responded by offering opportunities for child care, job sharing or the ability to work from home. Do companies undertake these initiatives simply because they want employees to be happier at work or can “family-friendly” environments pay off directly by making employees more productive?

How CEO’s Can Leave a Legacy of CSR, Innovation: The Executive Guide to Creating a CSR Culture

Executive How-To Guide from the Network for Business Sustainability
Summary: 
Summarizing 13,000 academic and industry sources, this report is the authoritative planning guide for senior CSR and HR leaders. Designed to help senior leaders ensure their company's focus on sustainability lasts even after they leave, the report, Embedding Sustainability in Organizational Culture, was commissioned by business leaders and written by a management researcher.
Press Release
Summarizing 13,000 academic and industry sources, this report is the authoritative planning guide for senior CSR and HR leaders. Designed to help senior leaders ensure their company's focus on sustainability lasts even after they leave, the report, Embedding Sustainability in Organizational Culture, was commissioned by business leaders and written by a management researcher.

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