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Federico Soda, Head of Labor Migration and Human Development, International Organization for Migration
The International Organization for Migration and BSR are collaborating to help improve international labor migration and recruitment practices through a voluntary fair recruitment framework and public-private alliance to increase ethical practices in the international recruitment industry.
In the frenzy to invest in Myanmar’s economic development, companies can work together to tackle some of the country’s biggest challenges.
One-third of all sex purchase happens on business travel. Is the company responsible for what employees do after hours?
The U.S. recently hosted representatives of 15 countries to discuss global solutions for reducing aviation emissions. The private sector should take note, as leading companies more rigorously evaluate their own business travel emissions.
We choose to participate in sporting events as spectators, sponsors and partners, but what kind of due diligence are we undertaking both as individuals and collectively?
Climate change may have a bigger impact on the travel and tourism industry than any other sector. Here, we examine adaptation strategies to reduce risks—and create growth opportunities—for hotels and resorts, airlines, and online booking companies.
We worked with Hyatt to develop an integrated sustainability strategy that connects corporate responsibility objectives to business goals and engages both senior leadership and the broader employee base.
Hilton's new LightStay program has saved enough energy to power 5,700 homes for a year, enough water to fill more than 650 Olympic-size swimming pools, and the carbon emissions equivalent of taking 34,865 cars off the road. Learn how the company made tracking sustainability impacts a priority across its 3,600 global properties.