The Art of Community Relations

March 2000
Workforce (10928332);Mar2000, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p34
Deals with the 1998 music-listening party presented by Kimberly-Clark Corp. in Fox Valley, Wisconsin with the Grand Opera House to help its multicultural employees relate to the community of Fox Valley. Actions taken by Kathi Seifert, executive vice president at Kimberly-Clark; Details on the party; Number of employees who attended the event; Schedule of its 2000 music-listening party.


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