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Auteur: Irene Jiang, Business Insider
From Walmart to Burger King's parent company, these 14 retail companies are changing their benefits policies amid the coronavirus pandemic, 16 March 2020...
- Domaines à la loupe: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak
- Entreprises concernées: Amazon.com Apple Arby's (joint venture Roark Capital & Wendy's) Buffalo Wild Wings Burger King Darden Restaurants DoorDash Instacart KFC (part of YUM!) Lowe's Postmates Starbucks Target Trader Joe's (part of Aldi Nord) Walmart
Auteur: UN Special Rapporteurs & Independent Experts, OHCHR
"COVID-19: States should not abuse emergency measures to suppress human rights – UN experts," 16 March 2020...
Auteur: Salma Houerbi, MENA regional researcher Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Emna Sayadi, Access Now Campaign Officer MENA
To mark International Women’s Day, we are sharing lessons we have learned on the potential and limitations of social media as a platform for amplifying women’s voices and catalyzing the movement for equality in the digital era.
Dutch banks still have far to go to realise gender equality in both their internal operations and their client and investee relationships. This is the conclusion of a new study SOMO conducted for the Fair Bank Guide, on the performance of seven Dutch...