Category Archives: Culture

Diversity and Inclusion: 3 Ways to Make Your Company More Inclusive

By now, you’ve probably heard about the case for centering Diversity and Inclusion (D+I) at the core of your business. In fact, the reasoning only gains increasing merit as both candidates and consumers demand that companies reflect them and their values. It’s becoming increasingly clear that organizations that are not already inclusive need to work on

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Wrapping Up B Corp Month

What’s A B Corporation Anyway? In short, a B Corporation is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk: a standard of quality based on facts. B Corps are for-profit companies certified to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Think: People, Planet,

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Do Good Today: Get Out Your Shovel

One of the easiest ways we can live up to the “In Our America” signs in the front windows of our homes and businesses is to shovel snow when it starts to fall. I live in Portland, Oregon, and while we’re gaining experience with snow that sticks, many of us still don’t take the time

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Talking B Corp and The New Breed with Filmmaker Pete Williams

Filmmaker Pete Williams has an affinity for small businesses doing it right. Companies focused on community, sustainability, initiatives that go beyond the transaction. Businesses such as those in the B Corporation movement, a corporate certification program recognizing for-profit companies who are doing just that – thinking globally, socially, responsibly. Businesses like Boly:Welch. “I was directing

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2017 East vs. West Portland EcoChallenge – The Results Are In!

And the winner is… Competition has wrapped up on the 2017 EcoChallenge, along with our friendly bout against the staff at Fully, and we’re proud to announce that the Boly:Welch team has recycled, digital detoxed, and commuted our way to the top spot with a total of 12,310 points! We’ll let our friends disclose their team point

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