The Siren Agency has joined the BEST Employers Alliance. The Siren Agency's mission is to connect brands and people to create a more sustainable future. They work with businesses to explore how to deepen their commitment to sustainability and develop thoughtful, intentional strategies to help them become fully integrated sustainable businesses.
Just this month, Siren's founder, Annie Longsworth, was named CSR Professional of the Year at the PR News CSR Awards lunch in Washington, D.C. The award recognizes her role as a sustainability communication trailblazer, and for her ongoing commitment to creating positive change through responsible business practices.
Check out Siren's website to learn more about their purpose and services. They are clearly a great fit for the Employers Alliance!
The BEST Employers Alliance is the first public-private partnership in the nation to work across industries to prevent sex trafficking and sex buying. Private and public employers are eligible to join.
From the most recent email newsletter of uniquelyHR, the most recent addition to our Employers Alliance. Thank you for supporting our work!
We’re a proud new member of the BEST Alliance (Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking) of organizations, which are committed to helping address the issues of sex trafficking and exploitation.
Joining the Alliance is straightforward: Once your leadership has agreed to move forward, you can request access to the confidential BEST self-assessment tool. This 20-minute questionnaire will guide you through the operational areas where sex trafficking might intersect with your organization and help you identify ways to create a positive impact.
Please JOIN US in being part of the solution.
Catherine Manney, Program Manager for BEST, and Steve Esau of Passport Unlimited, member of the BEST Employers Alliance, talk about what we can do do to fight human trafficking.
Read more: http://sportsradiokjr.iheart.com/features/iheartmedia-communities-285/articles/15/492018/public-affairs-best-14386923/?1#ixzz43gEXoqRb
Thoughts from BEST on the current issues in trafficking