Rosemont, IL, February 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- After another year of growth and change, TransNational Bankcard released the 2011 Corporate Social Responsibility Report that explains changes in environmental practices, employee well being, and communal growth over the past year.
One highlight for TransNational in 2011 was the much-necessary move of its corporate headquarters from Rolling Meadows, IL to Rosemont, IL. Within this move, TransNational was able to consolidate its corporate office and its sales office into one location, reducing its carbon footprint with more efficient lighting (including better use of natural light,) as well as offering a more accessible workplace for those relying on public transportation to commute to and from work.
“We have continuously integrated newer technologies that are both more energy efficient and environmentally friendly, into our workplace,” says Jae Haas, President of TransNational Bankcard. “By making this move into Rosemont, and consolidating our Chicago offices, we have taken a big step in minimizing our energy consumption. We no longer need to fuel two different locations in the Chicago area.”
But this move is just one of many developments occurring in the past year for TransNational. To read the full CSR Report, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/transnationalbankcard, or go to www.tnbci.com/index.php/our-company.