Take a look at how Cummins' sees the low-carbon future of power at construction sites, using new technology diesel, hybrids and electrification managed efficiently through connected connected technologies.
At insurance company Aflac, CFO Max Broden says productivity went up initially. “Not having to commute meant people gained some time,” he explains. “We also probably have more water cooler talk in the office than is sometimes necessary from a productivity standpoint, and that went away.”
BOSTON /3BL Media/ – Ørsted today announced Patricia DiOrio as the company’s new head of project development. DiOrio will be based in Boston and, as a member of the Ørsted U.S. Offshore Wind leadership, will lead the company’s North American Offshore Project Development team, including all strategic and growth efforts in pre-asset project development and bid submissions. She brings over twenty years of experience in strategy, project development, finance and engineering.
In 2017, Fifth Third Bank, National Association, implemented a multicultural college and university recruitment program that establishes relationships with multiple colleges to recruit, hire and retain the best and brightest students.
We need to rethink how we prepare people for the workforce.
By Mark Maybury
New technologies are transforming dull and repetitive jobs into those requiring analytic and problem-solving skills. Manufacturing is on the front lines of this change – electricians are becoming digital electricians, material handlers are becoming robotically enabled, and assembly line workers are becoming robotics programmers.
Written by: Kenichi Kiyozaki, Product Marketing Manager and Grant Advisor for the ON Semiconductor Foundation, Asia Region
Do you know the global activity called TABLE FOR TWO (TFT)? The literal translation of "TABLE FOR TWO" is dining table for two people. The concept is that we in developed countries and children in developing countries share meals.
Of the approximately 7.5 billion people in the world, approximately 1 billion suffer from hunger and malnutrition, while nearly 2 billion have diet-related lifestyle-related diseases such as obesity.
Cox Enterprises drew on the knowledge and experience of its 55,000 employees worldwide when it decided to overhaul its employment experience.
The Atlanta-based communications, media and automotive services conglomerate started a initiative in 2018 that builds on existing programs that benefit employee health, wellness and financial future, and workforce diversity, with an eye to transform what it’s like to work at Cox.