Ever notice those light pink cars in your city that are always driven by women? You probably already know that those are Mary Kay consultants who have done well enough in their company to earn the right to get a car. According to this article, PriceWaterhouseCoopers has an employee car purchase program as well, and they have just decided to switch up their list of available vehicles to include only fuel-efficient models. They believe that there will be a small but measurable group which can make a difference on a small scale to our environment. Additionally, they will be sharing information with their employees regarding all of the incentives available to them from their respective governments regarding eco-friendly changes to their lives and habits. Corporate responsibility might not be a total oxymoron after all, huh?
[Source: Employee Benefits via Environmental Leader]

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