03/28/24 Newsletter

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Here's what we got on tap for you today

  • Meme of the Week

  • Article of the Week: Should You Work For a B Corp?

  • New Job Opportunities

  • Win of the Week: Voya Financial Supports Educators

  • Bummer of the Week: Mercedez-Benz Accused of Aggressive Union-Busting

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Article of the Week

Should You Work For a B Corp?

Happy Thursday, friendos. We know you’re out there scouring job sites for companies that actually make a positive impact on the world. Maybe they even treat their employees well too (what a dream, amiright?)

But how can you tell which companies actually walk the talk and which ones are blowing smoke? One way is to look for their certifications.

These days there are a bazillion certifications that companies can get to prove they’re legit do-gooders, so we’re just going to highlight a major one: the B corp certification.

The B Corp certification has been around since 2006, and it’s for socially minded for-profit organizations. For example, Patagonia is a B Corp, but the certification isn’t only for international fleece vest-producing giants. Small businesses can achieve B corp status too.

There are several reasons to work for a B Corp:

  • They’re mission-driven businesses that care about more than just the bottom line

  • To get certified, they have to prove that they support a healthy work environment

  • They’re known for offering solid employee benefits and high starting salaries

Job applications always offer big promises, so one way to cut through the noise is to see if a company has a B Corp certification or not.

Of course, we wouldn’t be telling you any of this if we didn’t happen to have some sweet B Corps on our job board. Scroll down to check them out and thank us later!

New Job Opportunities

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Win of the Week:

Voya Financial is supporting educators with their 2024 Unsung Heroes program, an initiative that funds innovative teaching ideas to improve curriculum and learning techniques.

Bummer of the Week:

The Year of the Union continues into 2024. The United Auto Workers union filed complaints against Mercedes-Benz Group AG for aggressive and illegal union-busting. The complaints claim that the company punishes and fires employees who support the union.