A couple of weeks ago we reported about the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) awarding Cummins with a perfect score in the 2015 Corporate Equality Index. The award marks the 10th year in a row that Cummins has received a perfect score as part of HRC’s Best Place to Work initiative.
What we failed to mention is that the Corporate Equality Index honor is actually one of three awards that the company has received as of late for its commitment to governance, diversity and the environment.
Prior to being honored by the Human Rights campaign, Cummins was one of 11 global companies to receive the 2014 Golden Peacock award for excellence in corporate governance. The Golden Peacock awards were presented Oct. 29, at the Millennium Hotel London during the Institute of Directors, India’s 14th annual London (U.K.) Global Convention.
In addition to the two honors above, Cummins India was recently named winner of the “Sparsha – Best Project Award” for its efforts to conserve water across the Company’s facilities in India. The award was presented under the Lakshya Corporate Social Responsibility program organized by National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), a pioneering academic institute for higher education.
Of course, you can read all about these trio of awards by visiting the Sustainability section on cummins.com. You can also obtain more information about the Golden Peacock Awards here and the Corporate Equality Index here.
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