Impactpool launches green office management policy to minimize negative environmental impact

Posted by Henrik Ryden on May 28, 2019

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Impactpool grows faster than any Impact career platform on earth. Positive impact is in our DNA. We aim to contribute to positive Impact in every decision we take. Our HQ is located in Södermalm, the South Island of Stockholm and our objective is to have an as small-as-possible negative environmental impact footprint. Impactpool aims to always choose locations that allow staff and visitors to use environmental friendly commute to and from the office. All decisions to be made must take into account that the option generates the lowest possible emission of CO2 and greenhouse gases (GHG) and the least negative impact on our environment.

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Topics: Insider, Innovation

Impactpool launches a green travel policy - flying is no longer sustainable

Posted by Henrik Ryden on May 09, 2019

Impactpool grows faster than any Impact career platform on earth. Positive impact is in our DNA. We aim to contribute to positive Impact in every decision we take. On a daily basis, we connect with an enormous amount of talents and organizations around the world. Flying is not sustainable. In this article we share our new green travel policy, join our example! 

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Topics: Innovation

NEWS! 4 organisations start using Impactpool's recruitment system

Posted by Patrik Klingbert on Jan 29, 2019
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Topics: Recruitment, Innovation, Artificial Intelligence

Gender parity must not take 217 years - #WeCanDoBetter

Posted by Impactpool on Jan 18, 2019

 

 

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Topics: Innovation, Gender Parity

#WIT4Impact - We reach gender parity before Elon Musk land on Mars!

Posted by Henrik Ryden on Sep 03, 2018

In 2024 Elon Musk will land the first Humans on Mars. 4 years later, in 2028, the United Nations target to reach gender parity.  At Impactpool, we gather top talents to solve global challenges, and we know that achieving gender parity in 2028 is a piece of cake compared to land Humans on Mars. 

 

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Topics: Recruitment, Innovation, Gender Parity

Social Impact Careers toolkit for Students of Top Universities

Posted by Impactpool on Jun 15, 2018

According to PWC, 83% of the world’s Master’s Students are prepared to take a 15% pay cut to have a meaningful and impactful career.  Students and alumni around the world dream of working to make a positive social impact, but very few outside of this sector know how to approach this sector and create a career in this space.

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Topics: Innovation, Gender Parity, University Partnerships

How to use today's geographic quota to achieve gender parity

Posted by Henrik Ryden on Mar 08, 2018

Today is the International Women’s Day, and what could be a better way of celebrating this day then launching two white-papers that serve to modernize the geographic quota calculation of the U.N. and of other multilateral and International organizations. Our innovative quota scheme reflects the current diversity objectives and promotes women's careers.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition, Innovation, Gender Parity

How to optimize employee engagement in International organizations

Posted by Holly White on Jul 03, 2017

Organizations that invest in staff engagement strategies realize stronger results because they create environments where employees thrive and can be their best. Absenteeism rates are lower, productivity rates are higher and performance levels are better.  It only makes sense to provide staff with a clear expectation of their role, tools and resources to accomplish goals and development opportunities to continuously grow and develop.

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Topics: Innovation, Staff engagement

How it is to be a woman working in the “Deep Field” for UN Peackeeping

Posted by Kristina Koch on Jun 27, 2017

Recruiting for gender parity in the deep field is one of my biggest challenges as Chief of the Recruitment Section for UN Field Missions writes Kristina Koch, guest blogger at Impactpool. In this article, she both shares her insights from a recent field study to learn more about how it is to be a woman working in the “Deep Field” and an ongoing innovative initiative to reach gender parity.

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Topics: Innovation, Gender Parity, Leadership

How Narrowing Gender Gap in Leadership Strengthens UN Peace Operations

Posted by Kristina Zetterlund on Jun 19, 2017

The UN is relaunching its Senior Women Talent Pipeline in an effort to increase the number of women in its peace operations, an intiative on line with the UN Secretary General's System-Wide Strategy on Gender Parity. Improving the gender balance in mission leadership is not only a laudable but also an essential measure if the Organization is to succeed in its ongoing efforts to develop more efficient and effective field missions for future global peace and stability.

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Topics: Innovation, Gender Parity, Leadership

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