Employees: The Forgotten Factor in Sustainability Success

Publisher: Wipfli, LLP

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Employees: The Forgotten Factor in Sustainability Success

These days, sustainable business practices are being implemented at every turn and by organizations of every size and industry. And it’s no wonder, since sustainability can improve operational efficiencies, lower costs, add value, enhance reputation, or present new growth opportunities—all bottom-line benefits. Programs that promote environmental stewardship and social responsibility are perhaps the most common sustainability endeavors, although they are not the only ones. Certainly, when sustainability comes to mind, we typically think of energy efficiency, conservation, or recycling. But sustainability is not limited to such traditional practices, nor is it defined by them.