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  • From Canada to Kenya: Creating Value with Nielsen Cares

    Through the Nielsen Cares global volunteering program, our associates mobilize Nielsen’s data, expertise and their own skills to positively affect the communities where they live and work around the world. Recently Gabriel Moreau, client manager, and members of Nielsen’s Advertising Effectiveness team, used Nielsen consumer research capabilities to assist e2-Equality Effect with understanding the impact of its 160 Girls campaign in Kenya.

  • How Can Data Drive Decision-Making in Corporate Responsibility?

    At Nielsen, we’ve been focused on leveraging consumer data to create actionable insights for our clients for almost a hundred years. Our corporate responsibility (CR) program was built on this legacy of using data to drive decision-making. Since 2010, our focus has grown from engaging employees through volunteer programs to monitoring the environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that matter most to our stakeholders and to our company.

  • A World of Impact: Nielsen Global Impact Day

    As the five-year anniversary of Nielsen Global Impact Day our annual day of service, has come and gone, Crystal Barnes, vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility at Nielsen, reflects on the year-round passion and dedication of our associates around the world who share a spirit of service and commitment to the well-being of our communities.

  • The Difference a Day Makes: Thousands Volunteer on Fifth-Annual Nielsen Global Impact Day

    On June 2, 2016, more than 23,000 Nielsen associates came together to volunteer for Nielsen Global Impact Day (NGID). This marked our fifth-annual global day of service, and the impact was one of the strongest yet. Volunteers helped with more than 1,400 projects in over 900 community organizations across more than 92 countries where Nielsen operates.

  • Measuring What Matters

    At Nielsen, we believe we have a responsibility to measure what matters and to answer questions from our stakeholders about our own performance and commitments to making a positive impact on society. We believe that a business needs to care for the markets and communities on which it relies for its business. CEO Mitch Barns shares Nielsen’s efforts in this space.

  • Using Employee Groups to Maximize Volunteer Impact

    At Nielsen, our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) help employees connect with each other from different locations by identifying their shared affinities. This, in turn, helps them to maximize their business and social impact.

  • Nielsen Celebrates Pro Bono Week 2015

    With Pro Bono Week 2015 drawing to a close, leveraging a company’s core strengths through volunteerism is top of mind. At Nielsen, our associates around the world power pro bono projects that dedicate our data, insights and expertise to make an impact, year-round.