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Transitioning from the military into civilian life requires more than just learning new lingo or donning new attire. It’s a cultural shift that is drastic and often daunting for service members.
That’s why the USO launched the USO Transition 360 Alliance earlier this year to support and assist service members and their families as they transition out of the military. And
Brent Wilton: How Respecting Human Rights Protects Our Brands
Brent Wilton has visited
more than 100 countries, and he’s seen countless examples of human rights
His job, as
Coke Employees Named Big Brother, Big Sister of the Year
As the 2015 Big Brother and Big Sister of the Year for both the
city of Atlanta and the state of Georgia, Adam Meisenheimer and Mary Beth
Mendoza have a lot in common. In addition to generous
hearts and high-achieving little siblings they've known for years, they
share an employer: The
Coca-Cola Executive Robert Ireland
Robert Ireland, a
Digital Nomadism: A Revolution in Work Freedom
Digital Nomadism is a new lifestyle that embraces an adventurous approach to working, empowered by technology to eliminate our bondage to the physical workspace. This trend is on the rise and, according to Upwork, roughly two-thirds of those who make such change became freelancers, while the rest create a virtual business or team. Here, digital nomad Jacob Laukaitis, a member of Talent Garden, shares his story of turning his work life upside down and running
Meet Coke Scholar Elise Stefanik, the Youngest Woman Elected to Congress
It wasn’t until Elise Stefanik won her primary last fall that she learned her Congressional bid had the chance to make history. A general election victory to represent New York’s sprawling 21st district in the U.S. House of Representatives would make the then-30-year-old Harvard grad the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. “Once the news was out, parents started bringing their daughters to various political events on the campaign trail to show them what they could achieve one day,”
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