It’s often said that the way you treat your employees is the way you’ll treat your customers, and that the real measuring of a company’s achievements is chronicled by how their workers feel. (more…)
Not every company can boast that they presently employ a track star outside of promotional purposes, yet GraceKennedy isn’t your average corporation. Therefore, it isn’t that much of a surprise to know that we have one in our midst, yet it’s still a big deal! It’s not every day you come across someone actively pursuing an Olympic title while working full-time.
Throughout the Caribbean island of Jamaica and its diaspora, GraceKennedy has created a culture of giving back to their loyal Caribbean supporters, keeping Caribbean traditions alive and promoting the beauty and wonderful taste of the Caribbean – all through their Festivals. (more…)
The excitement is almost palpable – it is the first day of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Championships. (more…)
Imagine getting invited to the biggest trade show in the entire world – you’re given the opportunity to set up a booth and tell potential buyers about your business. On average about 100,000 people are expected to pass your booth every few minutes!
As recently as two and a half decades ago, for some jobs computer literacy wasn’t mandatory in a job description though it would’ve been an asset. Fast-forward to the 21st century and we find ourselves in a world where in-depth knowledge of how to use a computer and navigate the internet often goes without being said.
What did you want to be when you grew up? Or what career path are you thinking of pursuing right now? Chances are, as a child you wanted to be something traditional – perhaps a lawyer, doctor, nurse, businessperson or a teacher.