On February 17, 100 leaders from Wisconsin, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio and Kentucky broke up into four teams and set out with partner agency Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati to end a major barrier to breaking the cycle of poverty, homeownership.
At Time Warner Cable, diversity and inclusion are an integral part of our culture. We believe in an inclusive environment, where you can bring your whole self to work. This extends into our work in the communities that we live in and serve.
With a strong focus on employee engagement, Time Warner Cable is a proud partner of Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief non-profit. Stop Hunger Now is driven by the vision of a world without hunger.
During the holiday season, Time Warner Cable and HOLA, a TWC employee network partnered with Home Boy Industries to bring the first “Tamalada” (a tamale party) benefiting those they serve in the City of Los Angeles.
Time Warner Cable celebrated its first “Together We Can” Week of Service in San Diego this November. Our week-long community service initiative furthered the company's vision to create and foster deeper partnerships between our Time Warner Cable employees and the communities we live in and serve.
For World AIDS Day 2015, Out@TWC – the LGBT Employee Network of Time Warner Cable – will partner with AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) to collect non-perishable food donations and personal hygiene items for persons living with HIV/AIDS. The principal components of this campaign are donation bins which Out@TWC has placed in seven of our Southern California offices. At each site employees can easily drop-off any of the necessary items vital to the health and support of those living with HIV/AIDS.
Cybercrime was estimated in 2014 to cost the global economy upwards of $575 billion annually. Earlier this year, Time Warner Cable Business Class conducted its second annual small business technology survey and found that 27% of respondents said securing their network from external threats is their biggest technology challenge today.
Leading up to Veterans Day, cities all over the country marked the week with celebrations honoring those who served in the armed forces. Time Warner Cable and its Veteran employee network, VetNet, commemorated the week by honoring its Veteran employees and Veterans in the community.