Transform Coca-Cola's workforce to meet the future head-on

How employers and employees interact has forever changed. With ESG efforts expanding across industries, it's time to focus on the Social (or "S") portion of ESG, examining the intersection of ESG and an organizations EVP.   

View the recording to hear from leading HR executives as they explore how their social impact affects not only their employees but their communities at large.

Millennials and Gen Z make up a significant percentage of the nursing workforce that continues to grow larger. Both these demographics believe the opportunity for career advancement is a crucial factor impacting their work environments, and education benefits provide a clear pathway for professional growth and development.

Work is changing. So are benefits.

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Owning Your "S": Tie the Social Implications of ESG into your EVP

Career development is the first step to economic mobility for the majority of America's workforce. Strategic upskilling and job advancement provide stepping stones for millions of workers looking for new opportunities.

Education benefits, and specifically tuition assistance, increase program accessibility for all employees, regardless of their backgrounds, while also creating career paths for roles in high demand. 

When properly deployed, education benefits can provide economic opportunity for a diverse frontline workforce — and benefits for your business. By expanding access and improving equity, you can:

January 26th, 2022

Malaika Serrano

VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Guild Education

Owning Your "S": Tie the Social Implications of ESG into Your EVP 

  January 26th, 2022

Michael Maney

Senior Director, Team Member Experience, Whole Foods Market

Courtney Richardson 

Chief People & Community Officer, Shipt

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Career development is the first step to economic mobility for the majority of America's workforce. Strategic upskilling and job advancement provide stepping stones for millions of workers looking for new opportunities.

Education benefits, and specifically tuition assistance, increase program accessibility for all employees, regardless of their backgrounds, while also creating career paths for roles in high demand. 

When properly deployed, education benefits can provide economic opportunity for a diverse frontline workforce — and benefits for your business. By expanding access and improving equity, you can:

How employers and employees interact has forever changed. With ESG efforts expanding across industries, it's time to focus on the social (or "S") portion of ESG, examining the intersection of ESG and an organization's EVP.

View the recording to hear from leading HR executives as they explore how their social impact affects not only their employees but their communities at large.

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