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Loyalty360 Reads: December 1 | Publix Lauded Nationally for Crisis Leadership, Eminem Releases ‘Mars




Publix Lauded Nationally for Crisis Leadership, Employee Satisfaction
The Business Observer of Florida says Publix, Bloomin’ Brands and BayCare Health System — some of the region’s largest entities, in both annual revenue and payrolls — have something to celebrate amid the pandemic that’s upended their business models.

Lakeland-based Publix and Tampa-based Bloomin’ Brands, parent of Outback Steakhouse, are two of five companies that made Global Finance magazine’s 2020 list Outstanding Crisis Leadership, in the overall corporate excellence category. A third company on the list, St. Louis-based health insurance giant Centene Corp., has a big connection to the region in that acquired Tampa-based WellCare for $17 billion earlier this year.  The other two companies on the list are Lamborghini and Ethiopian Airlines Group.
Eminem Releases Limited-Edition ‘Marshall Mathers’-Themed Carhartt Collaboration
Eminem’s Marshall Mathers Foundation is partnering with Carhartt for a limited-edition clothing line to support students, amid the pandemic. The capsule collection, which also references the rapper’s landmark album, The Marshall Mathers LP, supports the Downtown Boxing Gym, a free academic and athletic program on Detroit’s east side that’s working around the clock to prevent students from falling behind.

The collection includes two t-shirts and a hoodie, all of which all offer a nod to “Stan,” Eminem’s chart-topping global hit off The Marshall Mathers LP, which turns 20 this year. The song, which samples vocals from Dido’s “Thank You,” has long been ranked among Eminem’s best work, and is included on a variety of roundups, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll, and Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time” list.
Papa John’s Canada Introduces New Double Cheeseburger Papadia
Papa John’s Canada bolsters its Papadia lineup with the introduction of the new Double Cheeseburger Papadia. Touted as the “meatiest Papadia ever,” the Double Cheeseburger Papadia features a quarter pound of beef, zesty burger sauce and dill pickles, all served on the brand’s folded original dough. As an added flavour bonus, each Double Cheeseburger Papadia is served with a side of the brand’s signature burger dipping sauce. The Double Cheeseburger Papadia can be found at participating Papa John’s locations nationwide for a suggested price of $7.99.
CSM Wins Crewconnect Global’s Welfare And Corporate Social Responsibility Award
Industry leading initiatives designed by Columbia Shipmanagement to look after the mental and physical wellbeing of its seafarers, have been recognised as best in class by CrewConnect Global which presented the company with its Welfare and Corporate Social Responsibility Award today.

Addressing an online virtual awards ceremony, Mark O’Neil, CEO of Columbia Shipmanagement, said: “We’re pleased that our ColumbiaCareCrew benefits package and ColumbiaFit initiative have been recognised by the industry.

“Columbia takes a holistic approach to the wellbeing and health of our seafarers so we’re incredibly grateful to accept this award. Seafarers are the heart of our business, so their wellbeing is paramount to us. We’re delighted that our efforts to wholeheartedly support our crews’ wellbeing has been recognised. Thank you.”
GM Plans to Seek Banking Charter to Grow Auto-Lending Business
The Wall Street Journal reports how General Motors Co. is looking to get back in the banking business.

The auto maker’s lending arm is drawing up plans to apply for a banking charter, a move that would allow it to accept deposits and expand its auto-finance business, according to people familiar with the matter.


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