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SC Johnson Korea Named Best Workplace for the 1st Time

Company recognized for commitment to workplace excellence
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RACINE, Wis., November 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ – SC Johnson announced today that the Great Place to Work® Institute has recognized SC Johnson Korea as one of the 35 Best Workplaces in Korea. This is the first time SC Johnson Korea has been recognized on the Institute’s annual Best Workplace list. The award and placement in the rankings is attributed to high scores in the Trust Index and the Employee Feedback section of the Institute’s assessment.

Korea’s CSR Strategy: An Interesting Mix of Profit and Social Change

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A trip to South Korea is an eye-opening look at how companies there are achieving positive social change while turning a profit.

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A trip to South Korea is an eye-opening look at how companies there are achieving positive social change while turning a profit.

Announcing the Winners of Bloomberg's First Scientific Research Program

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Originally posted on Bloomberg Now.

Bloomberg, we are committed to funding high-quality computer science research in areas that are critically shaping the computer science world and impacting our own research and business including machine learning, natural language processing, machine translation, statistics, and theory.

Amway Korea: A University Case Study on Shared Value

Study explores journey of US-based Amway entering the South Korean market – adapting to local culture, business climate and economic pressures
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A conversation between the head of Amway Korea marketing and a professor at the University of Calgary has turned into a full-fledged case study on how business creates shared value when CSR is built into corporate strategy.

The case study explores the journey of US-based Amway entering the South Korean market – adapting to local culture, business climate and economic pressures. It quotes SJ Park, Amway Korea President, as saying “We started off as an ugly duckling but grew to become a swan.”

Amway Made a World of Impact on November 20

Over 55 countries engage in over 100 projects
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We did it!

Starting at midnight on Wednesday, November 20, the Amway Universal Children’s Day came to life. Amway business owners and employees in more than 55 countries participated in volunteering, giving and advocacy with local partners.

We tracked over 100 projects, and are certain that there were many more that we may never know about. They started in Australia, moved around the world, passed through our headquarters in Ada, Michigan, and ended at our Nutrilite offices in Buena Park, California.

Thanksgiving Day: From the Farm to Your Table

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When Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, the celebrations can range from the more serious, such as celebrating the peace between the Pilgrims and Native American Indians and the harvest that brought an abundance of food, to the not-so-serious, such as watching football and planning a roadmap of the shops to visit on Black Friday.

GE helps to build sustainable infrastructure with Korean partners

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GE Korea and its partners work together for a sustainable future.

“We are committed to learning, sharing and growing with partners and customers in Korea and around the globe,” stresses Chris Khang, president and CEO of GE Korea, emphasizing the importance of responding to the nation’s complex challenges through collaboration.

Seed Messaging: Save Paper. Save Trees. Save the Planet

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With the use of 100% Eco-Friendly tree free paper made of stone, Seed Messaging grows results for its client’s campaigns while making a difference for the future of our planet. Their seed sticks are biodegradable plant tags, made from mineral rock paper which have the look of paper but is not made from wood pulp. 

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With the use of 100% Eco-Friendly tree free paper made of stone, Seed Messaging grows results for its client’s campaigns while making a difference for the future of our planet. Their seed sticks are biodegradable plant tags, made from mineral rock paper which have the look of paper but is not made from wood pulp. 

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