Hallmark | Caring In Action

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Hallmark | Caring In Action

In Hallmark’s 2018 Social Responsibility Report, the company shares how its efforts in four key areas — workplace, community, sustainability, and diversity and inclusion — help improve the lives of its employees and the communities it serves around the world. 

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Hallmark President Dave Hall Helps Provide Leadership for United Way of Greater Kansas City
For decades, Hallmark and its businesses have supported the United Way to improve the health, education and financial stability of the communities where its employees work and live. In 2017, Hallmark was the No. 1 giver to the United Way of Greater Kansas City, with a donation of nearly $2.3 million. Another $773,500 was pledged from other Hallmark locations for their respective United Way...
Aug 30, 2018 9:45 AM ET
Hallmark's Elizabeth Bordenave Utilizes Skills-Based Volunteering for Nonprofits
Year over year, many Hallmark employees donate their time and talent to nonprofits in the Kansas City area. Elizabeth Bordenave, Lean strategy and implementation manager, Hallmark, is one of them. She has been volunteering to help a number of nonprofits in the company’s hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. Using her skillset within Lean methodology, an organizational practice of...
Aug 28, 2018 11:25 AM ET
Hallmark Donated $10.7 Million and 53K Volunteer Hours in 2017
In 2017, Hallmark and its businesses contributed nearly $11 million in product and financial contributions to non- profitorganizations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia-Pacific and Europe. At the same time, employees at all levels of the organization volunteered their time and talents to provide more than 53,000 hours of volunteer service — nearly two hours for every one of its...
Aug 23, 2018 2:15 PM ET
Hallmark Elevates Employee Engagement Through Mobile Technology
Employees who are engaged in their work are good for business. That’s the idea behind mobile technology that Hallmark is using at Starlite, a key strategic printer in Asia. In late 2017, Hallmark partnered with Tesco, a major UK retailer, and Micro-Benefits, a technology company based in Shanghai, China, to begin using Company IQ at Starlite. The Company IQ mobile application...
Aug 14, 2018 9:05 AM ET
Making a Difference with Family-Friendly Factory Spaces
In China, it’s common for families to be separated for months at a time. Many parents work in factories in large cities while their children stay in villages with relatives to go to school. The Chinese social system connects access to schools and healthcare to the migrant worker’s home province, so most factory workers cannot bring their children with them when they move to cities to work....
Aug 9, 2018 8:35 AM ET

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