Kohler's Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility

Kohler's Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility

Kohler believes that the path to a better place is a constant endeavor. Every day the company and the 30,000 Kohler associates worldwide are moving forward, striving to do better and make the world a better place, one step at a time.

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Kohler Mexico Comes Together to Support Earthquake Victims
A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck Mexico City on Sept. 19, killing 369 people, collapsing 38 structures and leaving nearly 200 buildings severely damaged—but through the chaos, goodwill is prevailing "Landslides, shattered glass, shouts and fear paralyzed all of Mexico," said Claudia Sanchez, Associate Market Analyst – Latin America Engines. "But, as in any crisis situation, Mexicans...
Oct 23, 2017 2:00 PM ET
Community Commitment at a Whole New Level
Listen to Laura Kohler's insights on the culture of Kohler Co. in NEWaukee's latest podcast.
Oct 10, 2017 10:35 AM ET
Kohler Releases 2016 Sustainability and Stewardship Report
Kohler Co., the leading manufacturer of kitchen and bath plumbing products in the U.S., has released its first public sustainability and stewardship report. The report reflects Kohler Co.’s sustainability strategy, introduced in 2008: Reduce our environmental footprint every year until we reach our goal of Net Zero by 2035 Drive growth through sustainable innovation...
Sep 25, 2017 2:15 PM ET
Kohler Ethics Communications Earns Lotus Award
Congrats to our Kohler Ethics Communications team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa! Their 2016 campaign—including associate survey, essay competition and video—was honored with a Lotus Award from MARGINALIA magazine, which recognizes teams that...
Jul 18, 2017 10:25 AM ET
‘We Were All Rosie the Riveter.’
In the midst of World War II, the makeup of the U.S. workforce changed. Companies refrained from producing their usual goods to focus on war production. For example, in the Brass Department at Kohler Co., associates made artillery shells, submarine torpedo tubes and aircraft controls in place of bathroom brass fittings. The associates making those items changed, too. With men leaving...
Jul 12, 2017 9:45 AM ET

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