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Atlas Gives Back: Staff Volunteer at Daily Bread Food Pantry

By Andrew Carriere
Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Atlas Travel & Technology Group

On October 22nd, Atlas Travel’s employee-run Corporate Social Responsibility program, Atlas Reachout, welcomed the start of the autumn season by beginning a series of volunteer efforts throughout our community. 416 more words

General

Can taking a few photographs change your vision?

Introduction

I recently visited Mombasa in Kenya for two weeks as my mum’s family and my dad (sometimes) live there.

Throughout my lifetime, I have visited this little island over fifteen times and each time, it had been a painful experience. 1,055 more words

Citygirl Takes 2

Handbook Product Social Impact Assessment available

“Stakeholders increasingly demand transparency about the social impacts of products,” says João Fontes of PRé Sustainability. As supply chains and product life cycles span the world, businesses need a practical, reliable way to systematically analyse risks and identify improvement opportunities. 208 more words

CSR

Volunteering Is Good For Both The Soul & The Business

There is very little debate that in today’s world we are pressed for time more than ever.  Not only are we are asked to do more with less at work, we also have… 470 more words

Recruiting

One-Liner Wednesday -- 2000% Return

As part of the Young Enterprise CSR program, I bought MYR 10 (USD 3) worth of shares in a student-run company, and made MYR 203.45 (USD 62) back in dividends: a whopping return of over 2000 percent and no doubt, the most profitable financial investment I’ve ever made in my life. 12 more words

Perspectives

Stakeholders generate profits for shareholders

A few months ago I posted on the concept of Understanding stakeholder theory and suggested organisations that focus on providing value to stakeholders do better than those focused on short term rewards for shareholders and the associated benefits flowing to executive bonuses. 232 more words

Stakeholder Management