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Introducing Purpose Perception: Porter Novelli's Implicit Association Study

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Purpose is more than a marketing tactic; it’s much more than a term thrown around at conferences. It is something that is so deeply embedded into our experience with and perception of a brand that it becomes a feeling. We can’t see it and sometimes we can’t even articulate it, but we know it’s there. Purpose is complex and deep, and it’s more emotional than it is rational. And, at the heart of Purpose is the complex truth that consumers overwhelmingly gravitate toward it.

How do we know this?

Diversity in Sustainability Launches Its State of Diversity and Inclusion in Sustainability Survey: Share Your Perspective Today

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TORONTO, Ontario, Feb 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Today, Diversity in Sustainability, a non-profit network focused on increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the field of sustainability, launched its inaugural State of Diversity and Inclusion in Sustainability Survey. The survey is designed to develop a baseline understanding of today’s state of diversity, equity and inclusion in sustainability professions across multiple industries. 

Get the Right Results by Doing the Right Thing

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The turbulent events of year 2020 have fundamentally changed the way many people see the world. They have stirred up a growing desire for change and for action to tackle the burning issues confronting us, such as climate change, inequality, and injustice.

Sustainability Salaries Rise Across the Globe

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Sustainability salaries have increased across the globe since 2018, according to the newly released 2020 Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability (CR&S) Salary Survey. With more CR&S professionals (1,542 in total) taking part in the survey and revealing a higher remuneration package, this is a fitting testament to the growing importance of the sustainability sector.

Next-Level Reliability Through Resilience

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Reliable service always has been core to every utility’s mandate, but achieving this is becoming more complex in the face of aging infrastructure and increasingly frequent and intense extreme weather events. As this report was being drafted, the second major hurricane of November (Category 3 or higher) made landfall in Central America as a Category 5 storm, with wind speeds accelerating from Category 1 to Category 4 in just 24 hours over abnormally warm seas. Similarly, wildfires continued to burn in parts of Colorado, months after the historic end to fire season.

The 2020 CR & Sustainability Salary & Market Report Is Now Live

The ultimate CR & Sustainability Survey returns for its 12th year
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LONDON, December 2, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The CR Salary & Market Survey today announced the launch of the 2020 results and report. The largest of its kind, the survey was completed this year by over 1,500 professionals globally, making for compelling and thorough results. 

Sustainable Business: 6 Ways Georgia-Pacific is Leading Industry in Sustainability

Georgia-Pacific’s 2020 sustainability report highlights investments in renewable energy, reduced emissions and recycled resources
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From paper towels to building materials, employees at Koch company Georgia-Pacific make products used by millions every day. Focused on the long term, we work to constantly improve and innovate – both in the products we make and how we make them – to benefit our customers, employees, communities, the environment and society. Georgia-Pacific has released a sustainability report that delivers a comprehensive view of recent initiatives and investments to use energy more efficiently, reduce more emissions and recycle more resources.

UPS Longitudes | The Future of Supply Chain Sustainability

Mike Sinkovitz @ Coyote Logistics
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Sustainability is not just a buzzword that companies use to sound “green” — it is fast becoming a core strategic focus.

With COVID Causing Financial Strife, Americans Taking a Hard Look at Health Care Spending

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The hits just keep on coming for Americans struggling to keep up financially during a COVID-fueled economic downturn.

That’s the key takeaway from the annual 2020 Aflac WorkForces Report, which takes a magnifying glass to how employees and employers expect to approach health care benefits enrollment each year.

It’s not uncommon for Americans to adjust their health care benefits preferences, but the rising tide Aflac is seeing this year on other personal health care front is surprising.

Coronavirus Gives Workers Wake-up Call, Leads to Surge in Open Enrollment Research

Employees still overwhelmed when making health care decisions but willing to devote more time to the open enrollment process.
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COLUMBUS, Ga., Sept. 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- The annual open enrollment season is nearly underway, and U.S. employees will be making benefits decisions during an unprecedented and challenging time. To understand employees' and employers' feelings about this critical event, Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance and products in the U.S., conducted a national online survey of 1,200 benefits decision-makers and 2,000 employees across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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