Despite the physical restrictions associated with the pandemic, our teams across Nielsen united to fight hunger in our communities from September to October by volunteering for more than 800 hours.
Nielsen associates came together globally to celebrate Earth Week. Many of our efforts focused on building and preserving community health. Find out more about our ongoing ESG commitment as a responsible corporate citizen.
Nielsen associates recently came together to dedicate almost 2,000 hours of volunteering in 28 countries and across 59 events to mark our second annual World Cleanup Day (WCD) event. WCD is part of a global movement to address the growing waste footprint in our communities.
In this episode of On the Record, Gorki De Los Santos, a Director of Communications for U.S. Media, and Stacie de Armas, VP, Strategic Initiatives and Consumer Engagement, sat down to dig a bit deeper on the latest Latinx report to discuss how brands can develop the cultural IQ needed to create products and messaging that resonates with Latinx consumers.
The Supply Chain program at Nielsen engages with our suppliers on the full spectrum of impacts that our purchasing has—environmental, social and ethical—to ensure that we stay true to every aspect of our citizenship commitments.
There is no denying the clear and measurable effects of climate change, and organizations around the globe are starting to assess the impact of the changing environment on their operations, align on recommendations for how companies can take strategic action on climate change and encourage...
In honor of Earth Day 2019, Forbes and JUST Capital have recognized Nielsen as one of the “Top 33 Companies for the Environment by Industry.”
We recently learned about an opportunity with the Let’s Do It Foundation, the team that initiated World Cleanup Day (WCD), to further the waste management cause. Using data—one of Nielsen’s strongest assets—we led a pro bono survey for the foundation to assess consumer perceptions about trash. Deemed a trash blindness survey, the objective was to learn how “blind” to trash global consumers are.
In addition to helping brands understand how consumers are growing increasingly interested in all aspects of sustainability, Nielsen is committed to making a positive impact on the world we live in. And this year, on the heels of our fifth global Earth Week, Nielsen associates around the world came together to join the green movement and help address the challenge of waste by participating in World Cleanup Day.
Our Nielsen Cincinnati was recently recognized by Green Umbrella from Green Umbrella as the Top Transit-Friendly Workplace in the city.