Sustainable business means a balance in the relationship between a company and its surroundings
Society’s ecosystem is broad, and every company and organization has an irreplaceable role in it when creating a safe, innovative environment for people, employees, and communities. Successful fulfilment of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) ambitions can only be achieved when employees are an integral part of this journey. Motivated employees are the key to the successful implementation of a sustainable strategy.
The social pillar covers a wide range of ESG areas, from fairness in workforce issues, changes to the inclusion culture and diversity, to broader considerations regarding the supply chain. This includes how companies align these areas and how they communicate them.
The world of labour is changing rapidly, and the effect is already being felt. Changing customer requirements and new technology is impacting products, services, companies, and employee expectations.
Companies are looking for new skills from their talents, while employees require greater flexibility, work-life balance, fair and transparent remuneration and benefits that reflect their personal preferences and desire for meaningful work. Agility is crucial. But how can we stand out in this changing world?