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Why Equity Matters for Companies: Delivering on Commitments

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After a groundswell of corporate support for social justice in 2020, the hard work of action begins. But, what does it mean for a company to make good on its commitments to equity and social justice, from the way it treats employees to its overall impact on society? 

On the Job: A Chat With HP's New Chief Information Officer, Ron Guerrier

Why the company’s commitment to racial, social, and environmental justice was key to him joining.
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By Leigh-Ann Jackson

Over the past 20 years, Ron Guerrier has served as Chief Information Officer for multiple Fortune 500 firms, as well as the State of Illinois. No matter the post, he’s been driven by a desire to promote equality in the tech field and beyond. In September, the Chicago-based innovator stepped into the CIO role at HP, with the goal of building out its IT organization and overseeing company-wide digitization. But he’s also eager to further the company’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Pushing the Limits of What's Possible: A New Frontier of HP Innovation

By Enrique Lores, President & CEO at HP
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The belief that anything is possible has always driven me in my career. From the day I arrived at HP as an engineering intern, I learned that if you can imagine it, you can achieve it—as long as you put in the work. And looking back on the storied history of our company, I can point to many examples where people have turned moments of inspiration into groundbreaking innovation.

HP PC Portfolio Awarded Green Good Design Awards for Responsible Design and Manufacturing

HP PC and Print Products Recognized for Design Excellence with 21 iF DESIGN 2021 Awards
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PALO ALTO, Calif. /3BL Media/ — HP Inc. has earned seven Green Good Design Awards across its world’s most sustainable PC portfolio1 for responsible design and manufacturing.

How Technology Transformation Can Drive Climate Change Action

Summary: 
  • Technology has been an essential means of staying connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • As consumer demand rises, the industry must drive sustainable impact as it continues to innovate.
  • Meeting ambitious climate change targets requires a fundamental transformation in the way products are manufactured and reused.

 

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  • Technology has been an essential means of staying connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • As consumer demand rises, the industry must drive sustainable impact as it continues to innovate.
  • Meeting ambitious climate change targets requires a fundamental transformation in the way products are manufactured and reused.

 

Corporations Have Contributed Significantly to Climate Change, So They Must Also Contribute to Its End

BY ENRIQUE LORES
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For all the heartache and hardship that the coronavirus pandemic has wreaked on humanity, climate change remains the greatest existential threat to our planet. And as we approach the commemoration of Earth Day, the need for climate action has never been more urgent.

Combating our climate crisis is an unprecedented challenge, and this coming decade will prove decisive. I am optimistic that we can meet this challenge, but it will require every country and every organization to step up and show leadership.

HP Inc. Announces Ambitious Climate Action Goals

Outlines broad plans to combat climate change focused on carbon emissions, circularity and forests. Introduces climate partnerships to extend impact ranging from ocean conservation to forest restoration.
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Can Technology Help Bring Women Back to the Workforce?

As women face unprecedented job losses across a range of industries, an emerging crop of software platforms, tools, and interventions could reshape workplace norms.
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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.” 

Can Technology Help Bring Women Back to the Workforce?

As women face unprecedented job losses across a range of industries, an emerging crop of software platforms, tools, and interventions could reshape workplace norms.
Blog

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.” 

In Solidarity with Our Asian and Pacific Islander Communities

By Lesley Slaton Brown, Chief Diversity Officer, HP Inc.
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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.

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