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CSR Giveaway

To celebrate it being Christmas time, I have decided to do a giveaway.
Info & Rules:
- Reblog to enter, Likes do not count (reblog as many times as you want)
- You must be following me to win, I will check.
- The winner will receive: One CSR custom short sleeve comfort colors t shirt, One CSR koozie and One CSR sticker.
- Due to everything in my giveaway being custom made the winner will be announced March 25th, 2015 at 2:00 PM.


Good luck! xox
P.S. If anyone is interested in the stuff in the picture above I will be taking orders.

“People who care about ethical issues such as child labor will, strangely enough, avoid finding out whether their products are made using child labor. But then if you give them the information they will incorporate it into their purchasing.”

That’s why we need companies that are Made In A Free World. So our dollars support businesses that are ending slavery.

READ and INVITE your favorite companies to become Made In A Free World: madeinafreeworld.com/action

I think Kwang-Ho is the breakout star from this recording - I think it helps that the other two English albums had Thuy before the character was given a little more dimension (though I think Keith Burns has a great voice) and Charles Azulay suffered like everyone else by the ridiculously choppy way CSR was recorded. Kwang-Ho’s voice is more like Keith’s in that it is so unusual it is hard not to take notice!

 

Where Are The Women at Davos?

Social inclusion is at the top of the agenda in Davos, Switzerland, this week, where the question of the role equality plays in driving growth is being asked at every given opportunity. However, of those asking that question, an important voice is missing: women’s.

The portion of female participants at the World Economic Forum meeting is at the stunningly low level of 17% . Davos is both a victim and an indicator of its surrounding reality…

Full gender equality is a prerequisite to societal progress and well-being. It rests on a central pivot – the fundamental principle of unity – that humanity is, in essence, a family, with each of us – whether male or female – as equal members. As such, lasting change will only occur if an unshakeable consciousness grows, resulting in the fundamental transformation in all our attitudes and values, including our governing and consultative institutions.

#INTERVIEW: Patagonia CEO speaks on “Don’t Buy This Jacket” campaign and how companies can drive social change.

"If there’s one thing companies should do today, it’s become a for-benefit corporation. It says, Look, profit is important, but what’s just as important is the environment and the community."

READ her interview here to learn about Patagonia’s pioneering business philosophy.

How to: Must CSRs be generated on the server that will host the SSL certificate? #dev #answer #development

How to: Must CSRs be generated on the server that will host the SSL certificate? #dev #answer #development

Must CSRs be generated on the server that will host the SSL certificate?

Is it necessary to generate the CSR (Certificate Signing Request) on the same machine that will host my web application and SSL certificate?

This page on SSL Shopper says so, but I’m not sure if that’s true, because it would mean I’d have to buy a separate SSL certificate for each server in my cluster.

What is a CSR?A CSR…

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I have seen many Kims, including Lea and Joanna Ampil. I thought Ampil’s live performance was stunning, light-years away from her rendition on the CSR. Lea was fabulous, but of the live Kims I have seen I always felt Ma-Anne was the strongest throughout the entire show. I really wish the Toronto cast had been recorded.

How can businesses take leadership of population health?

How can companies take leadership in improving population health through their business and design objectives? Do corporations have the propensity for health leadership inside and outside their organisations? 

I’m currently curious how health is being perceived by companies and how it might be considered within their business objectives to affect health among employees and within society.

The following research proposed by BSR in this article got me started thinking about the role businesses can play in improving population health. Based on the article, here are some questions I’m hoping to pose as I continue my project on Health Leadership & Planning:

  • What’s your company’s health agenda for the greater society, beyond occupational health and safety within the company?
  • How does your company view health? Can health and wellness be framed as a broader stakeholder and value chain issue?
  • Which stakeholders can companies engage with to address the larger,systemic challenge of population health?