Tags » CSR

SynapseIndia CSR Initiatives & Major Contributions

Through SynapseIndia CSR program, we contribute to International Chandramauli Charitable Trust in their noble cause to educate underprivileged children of the society. From beginning, Chandramauli Trust has been dedicated to spread the awareness about ancient Indian traditions and educating underprivileged children about Sanskrit and Vedas. 61 more words

Success in a Binder

For those who know me, they know organization is my life—and my life is organized. I have three different white boards for “honey do lists”. Seventy-five of our joint office space is taken up by neatly labeled boxes, bins and drawers. 292 more words

Project Management

Attract and retain top talent with a culture of giving – 3 tips from Ceridian Cares

By Sook Convery, Operations Manager for Ceridian Cares, Ceridian

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that corporate social responsibility programs can have a strong influence on workplace culture.  625 more words

Employee Engagement

A Broader Look at Firms' Corporate Social Performance in 2000-2010

With a strong interest for firms’ relationship with stakeholders and, more broadly, society, we constantly read about how firms address – or not – a wide variety of social issues.

850 more words
Environmental And Social Issues

Driving Positive Change with SynapseIndia CSR Initiatives

SynapseIndia CSR initiatives have been supporting Varanasi based International Chandramauli Charitable trust in their noble cause to educate under-privileged children and spread the awareness about ancient Indian culture. 94 more words

Women and Sports: A CSR activity that shouldn't be neglected

Women’s sports is a neglected area world over, and especially developing countries like India, where women are yet to achieve equal status in many areas. The female athletes have long occupied marginal and sometimes invisible positions in sport settings and mainstream media. 541 more words

Fiinovation

Project Earth by DIMO

DIMO conducted a series of Environment Awareness Workshops for 6 schools across the country. The programme was conducted in partnership with AIESEC, University of Moratuwa. 148 more words