How culture helped this org ‘pull through the storm’ of COVID

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While the pandemic has wreaked havoc on many organizations and their workforces, some are looking to the silver linings for inspiration. PMI Worldwide, for instance—a global manufacturer of food and beverage containers—is taking pride that 2020-21 was its most charitable year: Apart from “robust” cash gifts, the organization donated more than 100,000 products to healthcare and emergency workers and brought a renewed focus on diversity and inclusion to charitable giving, says PMI Chief People Officer Tammy Perkins.

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“It made us feel proud, like we could have a positive impact, even from the isolation of our own pods,” she says, noting the

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