Combining workforce and sustainability goals to deliver in the longer term

Investor communications | 27 Mar, 2019 | Steph Osborn

The non-financial aspects of an organisation are widely recognised as key areas to communicate to stakeholders, to enhance relationships and demonstrate an ability to deliver financial results in the longer term.

A recent article published by sustainability resource experts, edie, highlights an innovative project that a global consumer goods company adopted – using its employee engagement activities around the world to drive its programme of developing more sustainable packaging for its products. Click here for the full article.

By training and engaging staff around plastic pollution, whilst nurturing a culture that allows employees to lead change, it’s been possible to generate significant improvements to its product packaging, and a compelling case study to reflect in its sustainability report.

A really good example of how linking workforce and sustainability goals in an organisation can achieve impressive results, giving confidence about delivering financially in the longer term.

For UK listed companies, non-financial reporting is considered the future of annual reporting – with more and more companies opting for a black and white, typeset compliance approach to the accounts, communicating the company’s corporate story outside of the numbers will hugely add value.

If you would like more information about how we can help you achieve this through design communications, please contact Dan Budgen.

Steph Osborn

Steph Osborn

Research Analyst With a focus on advising on best practice, regulatory changes and market trends, Steph supports the team in delivering market intelligence to deliver high quality and compliant corporate communications. Steph is experienced in various aspects of business development, in particular within the financial and legal sectors, following a background originally with a large, international professional services firm.

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