These workplace principles are supported by benefits resources that are organized and coordinated.
System change takes time, and we advocate a tactical approach. We ask our CEOs and their teams to commit to driving these goals, and in the short term to convene a group to review our priority areas for initial gains that we believe will pave the way.
CEOs care about the well-being of their employees and their families, and are needed to push through changes that involve many different constituencies. They set the direction for innovation and collaboration that can drive achievable changes and benefit millions of people across the globe.
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