Curran & Connors CSR Presentation

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Over the past five decades, we have evolved beyond our core capability—annual report design and production—to meet the challenges of a continually changing environment. Our ongoing evolution translates into greater creative capacity, enhanced design capabilities, cutting-edge technology and better service for you. With design studios in New York, Florida, California and Chicago, and account executives across the country, we continue to offer an unparalleled range of talent, coupled with knowledgeable local representation, to create enduring connections for our clients. With a full suite of design services, from advertising and marketing to interactive media and corporate literature, Curran & Connors provides our clients with tailored solutions that achieve their communications goals.

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  • 1. Corporate Social Responsibility WHAT MATTERS MOST Alcohol Responsibility Environmental Moving Energy with Integrity Sustainability Sustainable Supply Chain People and Community Investment Ethics and Transparency People and Community Investment Creating a Great Place to Work Our ambition is to create a workplace that employees embrace and other companies view as a model worth following. Thats why we set a 2015 goal to earn recognition as one of the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For. At MillerCoors, our investment in our people starts with building a world-class safety culture. In October, we brought together 140 union and hourly employees and management team members from all manufacturing locations for a safety culture summit, to report on their progress and enhance their skills. Coors Distributing Company became the nations first beer distributor to be recognized for its health and safety programs by the prestigious Voluntary Protection Program of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. MillerCoors invests in the professional development of its employees by providing training and financial support for continuing education. Our MillerCoors University hosted more than 7,000 students in 2010 for approximately 173,000 training hours. Our commitment to training led to development of a new, state-of-the-art learning facility for MillerCoors University. We provided more than $630,000 in tuition reimbursement to more than 200 employees during the year. To help our employees determine which professional development opportunities are right for them, we created a guide called The Best of You: A Meaningful Development Guide. Workplace & Marketplace: Diversity and Inclusion at MillerCoors Health, Safety and Environmental Report 2010 Success the Diversity and inclusion are at the top of the list of defining qualities we strive to enhance. Our marketplace, the U.S. economy, and the con- sumer population of the country are changing. All of them are becom- right way. ing more diverse. MillerCoors is also becoming more diverse. Our people work, live, and volunteer in both rural and urban communities. Many identify countries outside of the U.S. as their home. Some are members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. Some are war veterans. They all represent MillerCoors. Yet having a diverse group of employees and managers is not enough. Our goal is to ensure that every employee can confidently contribute their best. That includes their view- points and experiences. When employees leverage their work, commu- MillerCoors experiences to provide business solutions, everyone wins. nity, and life Sustainable Development Review 2011 PO Box 4030 Golden, CO 80401 3939 W. Highland Blvd. Milwaukee, WI 53208 250 S. Wacker Dr. Chicago, IL 60606 2011 Sustainability Report
  • 2. The Communications Design FirmFrom annual reports and interactive media to advertising& marketing, for 46 years Curran & Connors has helpedorganizations tell their stories in ways that inform, intrigueand inspire key audiences.As an Organizational Stakeholder for the Global ReportingInitiative, Curran & Connors has helped our clientscommunicate their sustainability goals and strategy toaudiences of all types: employees, investors, stakeholders,supply chains, regulatory and government agencies.
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