Although businesses must keep a careful eye on where all their dollars are going, what if there was a leak they couldn’t see — one that’s draining $10.3 billion a year in the U.S. workplace?
When disaster strikes, the business community steps up. To date, corporate contributions for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma relief and recovery efforts have exceeded $222 million.
At IBM, we view talent development as a core value and a key element of our current and future success. Investing in employee training not only helps attract and retain great team members, it also builds loyalty, inspires creativity, and increases our reputation as a company.
Recovery after a disaster is a long-term process, here are five key steps for business owners.
As Hurricane Irma heads towards the southeastern United States, it’s important that communities and businesses in the potential impacted area prepare for the storm. There is still time to protect your business ahead of the storm.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a dynamic space—businesses of all sizes are constantly innovating and finding new ways to make an even greater impact in the communities where they operate.
Water shortages, population growth, and competition for water supplies are driving water providers to consider reusing water to augment drinking water sources, and potentially go directly into drinking water treatment and distribution systems.