R4G Extends No Cost Staffing Service to Help Santa Monica Nonprofits Hire Moms

Grateful to Help Nonprofits Hire Awesome Moms

Grateful to Help Nonprofits Hire Awesome Moms

Since 1998, Companies have retained Recruiting for Good to find talented Engineering and IT Professionals www.RecruitingforGood.com

Since 1998, Companies have retained Recruiting for Good to find talented Engineering and IT Professionals www.RecruitingforGood.com

Since October 2017 offering cost free career mentoring services

Since October 2017 offering cost free career mentoring services

This summer, Recruiting for Good is offering cost free staffing services to help Santa Monica based nonprofits find and hire degreed moms for professional jobs.

I am grateful to help nonprofits hire awesome moms!”

— Carlos Cymerman, Mom Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is launching Summer social project, 'Our Moms Work in Santa Monica.' And offering cost free staffing services to help nonprofits find and hire moms for professional jobs in Accounting/Finance, HR, Law, Marketing, and Operations.

The Community Project will run from July 7th thru September 7th, 2020 (Labor Day Weekend).

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "After recent events in Santa Monica, I was inspired to help heal the community…if you are a nonprofit that shares the same sentiment; connect with me on LinkedIn…I love to help you hire moms."

How Nonprofits Help Hire Moms

1. Email open jobs to Sara(at)OurMomsWork(dot)org.

2. Recruiting for Good offers cost free staffing services to help Santa Monica nonprofits find and hire moms.

3. Recruiting for Good (Founder, Carlos Cymerman) volunteers to find qualified candidates (moms) for open jobs.

Carlos Cymerman, adds "I am grateful to help nonprofits hire awesome moms!"

About

Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has been a purpose driven staffing company. Companies retain our recruiting agency to find talented and value driven professionals in Engineering, and Information Technology. www.RecruitingforGood.com.

Since 2017, Recruiting for Good has been sponsoring Santa Monica, community service, 'Our Moms Work;' a cost free career mentoring service. Want to re-enter the workforce, looking to get promoted, or need to workout difficulties at work? Can't talk to HR, your significant other, or friends; we're here to help …listen…empower…enliven…and inspire you to love life…because when you do…the party never ends…www.OurMomsWork.org

Launching on 7/7 thru Labor Day Weekend 9/7/2020, Recruiting for Good is sponsoring Our Moms Work in Santa Monica; offering cost free staffing services to companies and nonprofits in Santa Monica that would love to hire moms for professional jobs in Accounting/Finance, HR, Law, Marketing, and Operations.

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New Adventure Film Wit’s End to be released in select Theaters and Worldwide on Demand in July

Film Features View Askew Favorites Brian O’Halloran and Scott Schiaffo

HONESDALE, PA, US, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wit’s End, a feature film shot in Northeast Pennsylvania, is scheduled to be released in select theaters on July 10th, and be available On Demand worldwide on July 17th, 2020. It is being distributed through DLM Productions, Inc.

The film is about a loving husband and father, Jeffrey Stevens (David Lee Madison) who finds himself stranded in the middle of nowhere in the heart of a massive snow storm. Facing his own mortality, Stevens battles a harsh countryside and unrelenting blizzard in his quest to return home to his family. Stranded, a man only has himself and the drive to stay alive. Brian C. O’Halloran (Clerks 1-2, Mallrats, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot) and Scott Schiaffo (Clerks, Vulgar) play Madison’s brother Tom and their best friend Steve respectively, in this warmhearted adventure.

“Wit’s End is an extremely poignant and heartfelt film about how hard a man will push himself to get back to those he loves,” said Madison. “In these troubled times, I hope this film gives people some faith and hope in the true power of love!”

For fans of Brian O’Halloran and Scott Schiaffo, it is the first time the two Clerks icons have performed together in a film since the 2000 film Vulgar. They had a brief cameo in last year’s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.

More details can be found at the website: http://www.witsendthemovie.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WitsEndTheMovie
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Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wits.end.the.movie/

For interview or exclusive photo request, please contact David Lee Madison at Dave@WitsEndTheMovie.com

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BathBox works with Offset Earth to Plant a Tree for Every Purchase for July

OSWALDTWISTLE, UNITED KINGDOM, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — BathBox – a monthly subscription box company of bath bombs, soaps and salts – has announced today that they will plant a tree for every purchase during the month of July to help tackle and raise awareness of the climate crises in partnership with Offset Earth. Currently supporting The Eden Reforestation Project in Madagascar, Offset Earth enables companies and individuals help offset the climate crisis through initiatives such as tree planting and carbon offsetting.

“We are over the moon to partner with Offset Earth on this campaign to plant more trees and raise awareness of the ongoing climate crises,” said Natalie Clarke, Founder of BathBox. “Sustainability and the climate are very near and dear to our hearts at BathBox, and we look forward to helping tackle the climate crises, one tree at a time.”

Available for purchase on the BathBox website, BathBox’s bath bombs, soaps and salts are all cruelty-free, handmade in the UK. Featuring a new theme each month, BathBox’s July box features a Fairy theme and is available as a one-time purchase or a monthly subscription.

“We strive to be an ethical brand in as many ways as we can, and this initiative allows us to partner with our very own customers to benefit the larger community and make a difference in the world,” continued Clarke. “We hope to inspire other companies to follow suit and launch similar projects to help push the envelope further on the climate crises.”

New and existing customers, as well as one-time purchases are all included in the initiative. To make a BathBox purchase, customers can visit the BathBox website at www.yourbathbox.co.uk. The campaign will also be regularly featured on BathBox’s social media handles, @yourbathbox, with the has

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ODLO AWARDED LEADER STATUS BY FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION FOR 5TH YEAR RUNNING

Odlo Fair Wear Leader Status

For the fifth consecutive year, ODLO has been awarded Leader status from the Fair Wear Foundation.

HüNENBERG, SWITZERLAND, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For the fifth consecutive year, ODLO has been awarded Leader status from the Fair Wear Foundation. This rating is given to selected clothing manufacturers for their efforts to continuously improve working conditions in their supply chains.

ODLO is proud to announce the results of the latest Brand Check Performance by the Fair Wear Foundation, an independent, non-profit organisation that works to improve workplace conditions in garment factories around the world. After the annual, third-party monitoring, the Fair Wear Foundation awarded Leader status to selected members who have made exceptional commitments to improving working conditions among suppliers and are actively seeking solutions in complex areas of production.

The Fair Wear Foundation explains that this status award is the result of ODLO’s extensive due diligence systems and manufacturing program that allows the brand to oversee 97% of its production facilities – its highest result ever. ODLO’s production planning process also looks closely at social compliance indicators in its supplier evaluations. Additionally, ODLO has continued to pay a living wage to its factory workers in the brand’s owned production facility in Romania. ODLO owns two production locations in Romania and Portugal, where 50% of its products are manufactured. This, as well as a high leverage with most suppliers, has allowed ODLO to be effective in implementing the Fair Wear Foundation’s Code of Labour Practices.

“At ODLO, we see corporate social responsibility as a journey, not a destination, that requires a consistent and consolidated effort. This Leader Status award from Fair Wear Foundation is a motivating milestone on our journey to improve ODLO’s social impact. Together, with Fair Wear Foundation and our employees, suppliers and partners, we will continue to strive to increase the impact of the changes we make for people and the planet,” comments ODLO’s CEO, Knut Are Høgberg.

Ensuring fair working conditions in its supply chain is a key concern for ODLO. Joining in early 2008, ODLO was one of the first Swiss Fair Wear Foundation members and has shown a consistent commitment to implementing the world’s leading standard for fair clothing. As well as requiring strict working practice guidelines, specifications for their monitoring, and improvements in global supply chains, Fair Wear Foundation membership also includes a comprehensive annual audit of all members. The results are compiled in the Brand Performance Check and are then published. Experts use predefined indicators to check whether companies comply with the Fair Wear Foundation’s requirements, and to what extent their decisions and processes are contributing to improving conditions for workers in supplier factories.

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REWARDING GOLFERS WHO SHARE LAKEFRONT VALUES

Amateur Sponsorship Contest by LAKEFRONT - Sustainable golf shoes

Join team LAKEFRONT – Sustainable golf shoes

LAKEFRONT Golf has decided it is time to recognize and reward real golfers.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — LAKEFRONT Golf has decided it is time to recognize and reward real golfers.

Amateurs, Hackers and Weekend Warriors have the opportunity to win a year of free, sustainable golf shoes from LAKEFRONT Golf. We are simultaneously growing and rewarding our community of golfers who share our mutual passions for golf and environmental responsibility.

LAKEFRONT is a new brand built on three pillars: Sustainable Products, Education and Clean-Up.

-Beginning with our golf shoes, made 100% from natural and recycled materials, we provide a responsible alternative to the traditional production materials and practices that devastate the environment. The fashion industry produces 20% of global wastewater and 10% of global carbon emissions.*
-We seek to educate the golf community on how we can lessen our carbon footprint without lessening our enjoyment of golf. Many brands are providing sustainable alternatives to pollutant heavy materials.
-Lastly we will spearhead the cleanup efforts of golf courses by removing lost balls, plastics and micropollutants from golf courses. An estimated 450 million golf balls are lost each year, each of which can take 100, up to 1000 years to decompose.**

We invite every amateur to apply to our sponsorship contest and every golfer to join our effort to make golf more sustainable by joining our Facebook, Instagram and web communities.

DJ Roche
LAKEFRONT
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Remote Technology and Web-based Innovations Make Impact Assessment Possible During a Pandemic

IAIA survey indicates that 40% of impact assessment professionals believe that COVID-19 will be used as a reason to reduce or limit impact assessment.

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — While COVID-19 travel restrictions and social distancing pose a significant challenge to conducting impact assessments, essential components of the practice like monitoring and public participation are made possible by practitioners employing innovative technologies and developing new ways to continue their work. The International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) conducted a survey of impact assessment professionals from around the world in May 2020 to determine the impact of COVID-19 on impact assessment and its practitioners. The survey indicated that 40% of impact assessment professionals believe that COVID-19 will be used as a reason to temporarily relax or permanently limit or dilute environmental monitoring and management procedures. Eighteen percent acknowledge that there will need to be changes in future monitoring and management techniques.

The survey found that 68% of respondents have developed innovative ways of working remotely. Of that 68%, 29% are employing local organizations to collect information, 15% are using aerial/satellite photography, and 23% have deployed community groups or individual citizens to accomplish fieldwork. The survey also found that 29% were continuing to hold consultations, public meetings, and hearings using methods like video conferencing, email, social media, online surveys, and a local consultant hired to conduct them. Some were conducting consultations themselves as usual.

Political leaders within Brazil, Canada, India, and other nations are pursuing the relaxation or permanent dilution of environmental monitoring and management procedures, citing COVID-19 as the primary justification. “Our survey demonstrates that impact assessment practitioners have successfully used remote technologies to monitor conditions in the field, and others have engaged web-based applications to engage the community,” said IAIA Executive Director David Bancroft, “so there is no need for political leaders to use the excuse of COVID-19 to reduce monitoring and public participation requirements. Impact assessment professionals are resilient and creative.”

Impact assessment professionals who have experience with field technologies and tools that allow them to continue to work remotely will be even more important during future waves of COVID-19. “IAIA wishes to support and cooperate with political leaders and government agencies around the world to maintain strong and robust impact assessment during this unprecedented period,” said IAIA President-Elect Marla Orenstein. “Rather than being a roadblock, impact assessment is a key feature of ensuring we ‘build back better’ after the pandemic.”

Full results from IAIA’s survey, “Impact of COVID-19 on IA and its Practitioners,” will be made available to the general public in August 2020. In May, IAIA distributed the 56-question survey to 10,000+ impact assessment (IA) practitioners and received 927 responses. Some preliminary survey results, including demographic data as well as information about how COVID-19 has directly affected IA practitioners, are also available on IAIA’s website. IAIA has 1,100 members around the world from over 70 nations who work in multiple disciplines and on various types of development projects.

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David Bancroft’s blog post with expanded quotes and thoughts on the topics is available on our website: https://www.iaia.org/news-details.php?ID=123

Full results from IAIA’s survey, “Impact of COVID-19 on IA and its Practitioners,” will be made available to the general public in August 2020.

Preliminary survey results, including demographic data, are available on our website: https://www.iaia.org/uploads/pdf/COVID SURVEY_Section 1.pdf

Contacts:

Jack Marsden
Communications and Development Specialist
International Association for Impact Assessment
jack@iaia.org

David Bancroft
Executive Director
International Association for Impact Assessment
david@iaia.org

The International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) is the premier international network for impact assessment professionals. Its vision is “a just and sustainable world for people and the environment.” Impact assessment, simply defined, is the process of identifying the future consequences of a current or proposed action. IAIA has a membership of 1100, and has 17 international chapters with an additional 3,500 members. IAIA convenes 900 impact assessment professionals at its annual international conference and has its own academic journal, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal.

David Bancroft
International Association for Impact Assessment
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