As duty of care; diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI); and other forces of corporate social responsibility are garnering more support than ever, the Global Mobility industry has a great opportunity to play a role in advancing sustainable business practices.
In this new world, mobility professionals, senior leaders and line managers can think about a range of approaches that they can adopt to positively impact the environment.
These “steps in the right direction” can include:
In 2020, companies learned by necessity how to work remotely and still be effective; we introduced flexibility in ways we never imagined, we adapted to hybrid “live/virtual” work conditions, and, in the process, we redefined jobs, careers and essentially ourselves. All of this is critical for our people to thrive and for our planet to survive long-term.
As you build out your 2021 global mobility strategy, you should find ways to incorporate goals that relate to Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG), the three central factors by which a company’s sustainability practices are measured. A few ideas:
I’ll be discussing this topic in greater detail with guests from Hilton and Hilldrup Moving during our next Weichert webinar on Thursday, February 25. You can register here.