iCIMS Employees Join Effort to Clean Up Coastline

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<p><strong>Hazlet, N.J. &mdash; July 9</strong><br />iCIMS, a software as a service (SaaS) provider of talent platforms, has announced the results of its Clean Ocean Action (COA) beach sweep. </p><p>Nearly 40 iCIMS employees traveled to Sandy Hook National Park to assist the COA in its cleanup and research efforts June 22.<br /><br />The COA is a nonprofit dedicated to cleaning the ocean and shoreline.&nbsp; More than just cleanup, the COA emphasizes data collection to influence policies that will eliminate the sources of pollution.&nbsp; </p><p>The organization also takes part in educating people about the sources and hazards of polluting.<br /><br />iCIMS employees spent the day clearing a one-mile stretch of the Sandy Hook beach, minutes from the organization&rsquo;s Hazlet headquarters.&nbsp; </p><p>Thousands of pieces of plastic, paper garbage and other debris were removed from the coast.<br /><br />The COA beach sweep is the latest example of iCIMS&rsquo; commitment to giving back to the environment.&nbsp; </p><p>Green-e Certified, iCIMS is a zero-sum consumer that actively donates to renewable wind energy programs.&nbsp; </p><p>Ultimately, iCIMS generates more renewable energy through credits each year than it consumes in nonrenewable energy.&nbsp; </p><p>At an employee level, iCIMS partners with Earth Share of New Jersey, an organization that motivates residents to take an active part in improving the health of the local environment.<br /><br />Launched in 2006, iCIMS&rsquo; iCARE initiative enables employees and their families to donate their time, talent or treasure toward environmental causes.&nbsp; </p><p>The Sandy Hook beach sweep is just one of the hands-on environmental programs the company participates in regularly.&nbsp; </p><p>Employees are granted two days per year for &ldquo;green&rdquo; volunteerism, contributing to environmental progression through nonfinancial means.&nbsp; </p><p>&ldquo;These programs are a great opportunity for our employees to get out and see the results of their efforts,&rdquo; said Colin Day, iCIMS president and CEO. &ldquo;The response to the iCARE program has been tremendous so far, and I look forward to seeing the program continue to grow into the future.&rdquo;</p>

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