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Walmart's MSP Program Encourages Employees To Adopt Healthy, Sustainable Lifestyle

January 9, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Walmart’s My Sustainability Plan (MSP) encourages the retailer’s 2.2 million employees worldwide to adopt a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Launched in 2010, MSP has reinforced and expanded the company’s sustainability efforts, which began in 2007 when the company launched a pilot program for employees. Within the next few years, the company saw 20,000 employees adopting healthy options which included giving up smoking and losing weight. Consulting firm BBMG helped Walmart in developing MSP. The company helped Walmart transform the program into a comprehensive guide that would offer employees “easy, incremental, and realistic steps” in adopting sustainability habits. Also, in 2010, Walmart began offering MSP to its employees worldwide.
Ellen Weinreb, "How Walmart associates put the 'U' and 'I' into sustainability", Greenbiz, January 09, 2013, © GreenBiz Group
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