In Davidson, NC, Ingersoll Rand employees volunteered their lunch break to GO RED by partaking in a heart-healthy cycling class at the local YMCA. This event was a partnership between two Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), the Women’s Employee Network and PRIDE LQBTQA group, and Health Progress (Ingersoll Rand’s employee well-being and productivity program).
Michelle Murphy, vice president of Diversity and Inclusion comments on the event: “I appreciate when our ERGs collaborate with each other to host events and engagement opportunities for employees. ERGs build culture, community and connections – this is another great example!”
Many Ingersoll Rand locations will hold events to recognize Wear Red Day and raise awareness of heart disease, educate employees about the health risks that lead to it and raise donations for the American Heart Association throughout the month of February.
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