Taking Time To Recognize A FedEx Blogger - Mitch Jackson
Earlier this month Ethisphere named FedEx Citizenship blogger Mitch Jackson to its 2009 list of 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.
Mitch was recognized in the Business Leadership category and ranked number 27 out of 100. Ethisphere called out his leadership and direction to help FedEx meet “new sustainability initiatives include cutting emissions by 20 percent by 2020 and improving fuel economy of its vehicles by 20 percent by the same time.” In addition, Ethisphere noted the FedEx Citizenship blog as way to learn more about FedEx corporate responsibility initiatives.
With the busy holiday shipping season behind us, we at the FedEx Citizenship blog wanted to take the time to give a big “BZ!” to Mitch on his prestigious recognition.
About the Ethisphere 100
The following list of 100 individuals represents those that had significant impact in the realm of business ethics over the course of the year.
Although many listed here are deserving of a lifetime achievement award, this list recognizes those that have made a significant impact specifically during 2009.
These individuals represent eight distinct categories; Government and Regulatory; Business Leadership; Non-Government Organization (NGO); Design and Sustainability; Media and Whistleblowers; Thought Leadership; Corporate Culture; and Investment and Research.
Some are world famous and some are unknown, but from designing sustainable packaging to uncovering billion dollar fraud schemes, the following 100 individuals have impacted the world of business ethics in ways that will continue to resonate for many years
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