How can companies transform their workstyle, create efficiencies, and adapt to the future needs of both people and planet?
By Jeton Boletini
As we reimagine the future of work, we have the opportunity to accelerate the transition towards a clean economy, gain cost-savings and help create a net-zero future.
Over the past decade, we have witnessed a dramatic rise in Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) reporting. Investors, consumers and employees expect actionable commitments to reduce carbon footprints and create efficient operations. In response to social justice movements, companies must be transparent in building community, providing positive social impact and operating with responsible governance.
The employee experience will continue to shift as they are empowered by their employers to tackle systemic changes and take sustainable actions every day, wherever they may live and work.
Green buildings and the future workplace will evolve to support workforce transformation, create energy efficiency, and create a healthy, productive environment for workers.