“1000 Facebook likes will save this man’s life”. This premise, often the target of many jokes and internet memes is now being realised – except it’s not Likes, it’s #hashtags#.
Virgin Mobile Australia has launched a new campaign using social media to feed the hungry. The campaign is asking social media users to take photos of their food and post it across various platforms labelling it with #mealforameal. For each picture posted, Virgin Mobile – in conjunction with Ozharvest – will provide a meal to someone in need. Continue reading Virgin Mobile is cooking with hashtags→
Telstra is famous for providing Australia’s most expansive regional telecommunications coverage, as well as being infamous for providing us access to some of the more frustrating overseas call centres. Behind the scenes however, a different tale is being written.
In 2011, Telstra did something drastic that affected the future of their global operations: they became a signatory to the UN Global Compact (UNGC). We might ask about the reasons for making this commitment as there was certainly no legal or financial obligation to do so. It seems more likely that there was a tipping point at an executive level, underscoring a desire to create a more sustainable way of doing business. Continue reading Dial T for Telstra→
This is the introductory post for a new blog exploring the growing world of sustainability within human resources. Over the coming posts I hope to share insights from around the world about the role that sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) plays in the corporate HR space. Continue reading In the Beginning…→