For three years in a row, more than 70 percent of Cummins employees have participated in the company’s Every Employee Every Community (EEEC) program, investing more than 400,000 hours in 2016 alone to build stronger communities around the world.
Cummins’ successful Energy Champions initiative, which trained employees to look for ways to save energy in plants, facilities and offices, is evolving into the company’s Environmental Champions program.
“We wanted sites to have a holistic view when reviewing facility projects, not just look through the lens of one media like energy,” said Nichole Morris, Environmental Manager and Cummins’ Water Program leader. “This way, you look at the benefits and the disadvantages of a project with the media of water, waste and energy in mind.”
The power of that connection is ever present in the company’s Technical Education for Communities (TEC), an education initiative dedicated to expanding technical employment opportunities for disadvantaged students.
For the twelfth straight year, Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) has been awarded a perfect score in the 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation.
The new Cummins Indianapolis office building was created to be a place for Cummins employees and the people of Indianapolis. The Land Collective applied the ideas of sociology and anthropology to create a landscape that will bring people together outside all year long.
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Corporate Responsibility is one of Cummins’ six core values: serving and improving the communities in which we live. Cummins employees volunteer their time and talent to help address community needs.
Almost everything you see from the outside of the new Cummins Distribution Business Unit (DBU) Headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana (U.S.A.) has something to do with saving energy or water.
From the uneven landscaping in the plaza next to the headquarters to the types of glass used in the 9-story structure, the building aligns with Cummins’ mission demanding “everything we do leads to a cleaner, healthier (and) safer environment.”
Cummins has been named again to the North American Index of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, one of the leading independent measures of corporate sustainability in the world.
The company was one of fewer than 150 corporations to make the North American list in 2016. It has made the index every year since 2006.
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Cummins is joining the likes of AT&T, Boeing, General Motors and Wal-Mart with its induction into the Billion Dollar Roundtable, a prestigious advocate for best practices in corporate supplier diversity.