July 19, 2019

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Starbucks, ASU Team Up for Employee Education

Starbucks and Arizona State University announce Starbucks College Achievement Plan, a first-of-its-kind program for employees.

McDonald's CEO: 'We Will Support' a Minimum Wage Hike

McDonald's might have figured out paying its low-wage workers more would actually be a good thing. HuffPost.

Investing in a Sustainable American Workforce

What does it mean to invest in a sustainable American workforce? Leah B. Thibault of CEICapital has some ideas. 3p.

To Find Your Next Sustainability Job, Stop Looking

Job searching is about relationship-building, especially in sustainability disciplines. 3p.

6 Must Read Books for a Career in CSR

Nothing prepares people more for a career in CSR than experience in business and social impact orgs, and these books. MovingWorlds.

Driving Business Strategy, Creating Impact at Keurig Green Mountain: The Value of an Engaged Employee

Examining Keurig Green Mountain's 2020 sustainability goals, Jayne Johnson offers an inside tour on what it takes to engage employees.

The Truman National Security Project: Creating a New Generation of Leaders through Purpose

The Truman Project creates new, just leaders to work in national security. Learn how on Talkback.

The CSO's Role Keeps Growing

As sustainability gains more prominence in enterprise, the role of the chief sustainability officer has steadily evolved. CIOInsight.

Jobs in CSR: Can a Career in Impact Investing Actually Make an Impact?

Sustainability career coach Shannon Houde lays out a new, more sustainable, line of work for financiers. On Talkback.

Sqwiggle Releases "Telecommuting" Music Video

In an all too-funny music video, telecommuting expert Michael Gutman raps about the advantages of working in the cloud.




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