More than ever before, workers want to know where companies stand on issues they feel passionately about. Employers need to demonstrate their social and environmental impact with a more science-based approach.
They need to focus on creating “Net Positive” employment – broadening diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, increasing individual employability, and giving workers greater control of their prosperity so they can feel confident they have the skills for today— and tomorrow.
People and Prosperity levers are a priority, and organizations will need to build multi-disciplinary capabilities to address the S of ESG.
On the environment, workers will seek new opportunities and skills in green growth industries.