Darden's Citizenship Commitment: People

Darden's Citizenship Commitment: People

What We Do Starts With People 
We are a restaurant company, so food is always top of mind. But what we do starts with people: our 150,000 employees, the nearly one million guests we serve each day and the individuals who live in the communities that are home to our restaurants. We know that if we don’t contribute to the success and well-being of the people whose lives we touch, our business won’t continue to thrive – no matter how good the food.
 
That’s why we work every day to provide meaningful and rewarding employment, deliver outstanding service and food to our guests and give back to our local communities.

More at https://www.darden.com/citizenship/people

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Content from this campaign

Darden Digest: Serving those Who Served
For many, Veteran’s Day is a reminder of those who have served and who currently are serving our nation in the military. But, for me, as both a combat veteran myself and due to the location of my LongHorn Steakhouse, every day is a reminder of these brave men and women. My LongHorn Steakhouse is located in a military community in Fort Walton Beach in Florida’s panhandle. Within just a few...
Nov 11, 2013 12:30 PM ET
Darden Digest: Peer Leaders Workshops Change Lives and Inspire Students to Set Ambitious Goals
As the Executive Director of College Summit-Florida, I often feel that it’s my job to set a high bar and then do whatever is necessary to hurdle myself and others over it. In Miami-Dade County, College Summit partners with 11 of the most challenging schools in the poorest communities. This is intentional. Only 10 percent of low-income students are currently getting college degrees, versus 70...
Nov 8, 2013 2:45 PM ET
Darden Digest: Striving for High School Diplomas and Bright Futures
This year 1 million high school students, one in four, are projected to fail to graduate with their classes. However, one organization is working tirelessly to reduce these statistics. The Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA) works to create “bright futures” for our youth across the nation. Twenty-eight percent of BGCA alumni say they would have dropped out of high school if not for their...
Nov 6, 2013 1:45 PM ET
Darden Digest: Hispanic Heritage Month at Darden is a Family Affair
My name is Gabriel Resendez and I've been with Darden for more than two years as a part of the gift card sales team. Prior to joining Darden, I worked for a financial services company. My wife and I relocated to Orlando from Chicago back in 2005. I was born and raised in Northwest Ohio and am a graduate of The Ohio State University. I am excited to share my story as a part of Hispanic Heritage...
Oct 3, 2013 11:55 AM ET
Darden Digest: Giving Thanks on Labor Day
For many people, Labor Day weekend is a time for sharing moments with families and friends, enjoying some extra time away from work, planning outdoor activities and celebrating another end of summer. It's a holiday most people take for granted, but for the men and women who serve and protect our local communities, Labor Day is just another day at the office, when they remain on the clock,...
Sep 9, 2013 11:30 AM ET

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