Today, the U.S.
"The traditional definition of a mentor -- someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less-experienced and often younger person -- needs to be both updated and broadened for today's workplace." - Susan R.
[Editor's Note: The Wonderful Company was awarded Best Community Improvement Program award at our 2016 Corporate Citizenship Awards.
[Editor's Note: Lockheed Martin was awarded Best Commitment to Education award at our 2016 Corporate Citizenship Awards. We are currently accepting nominations for this year's Citizens Awards.
Con artists are looking to make a fast – and dishonest – buck by claiming they were harmed by your business. Many are sharp at their craft and if you aren’t prepared, you could find yourself writing a large check to one of them. This not-so-obvious threat ends up costing businesses greatly.
Businesses that invest in gender equality often see notable returns. Take Banco BHD León (BHDL) for example in the Dominical Republic.
You’ve worked hard to build a thriving business. Every day you encounter people and events that could threaten your success. Burglaries and robberies are frightening and put you and/or your employees at extreme risk. It’s estimated that every minute there are four burglaries in the U.S.
Businesses face real issues when it comes to establishing safety and trust within an organization. From cyber to equipment, theft is an unfortunate reality with substantial financial repercussions. By being pro-active, you can reduce the risk of internal theft.
They say it takes a village to raise a child — that a child has the best ability to become a healthy adult if the entire community takes an active role in contributing to the rearing of the child. But what about more than one child? What about an entire generation of children?