Is your lack of climate action hindering your talent recruitment?

The short answer is yes according to 10 HR experts (including me). 🙂

Here’s a synopsis of the points raised in this @Smart Company article by: @Stephen Moir of @Moir Group, @Hereta McMullin of @Third Space, @Nick Tucker of @We are Unity, @Aaron McEwan of @Gartner, @Christopher Ouizeman of @Drake International Australia, @Jessica Bilston-Gourley of Positive HR, @Steve Grace of @The Nudge Group, @Teresa Romanovsky of Careers for Purpose and @Cameron Shepherd of @Shape HR,

🔹 If a company isn’t looking to address climate change, it’s very hard to attract good people.

🔹 In a time where finding(and keeping) great talent is so competitive, businesses are shooting themselves in the foot by not taking a stance on sustainability and climate change.

🔹 Smart companies will include sustainability/climate action as one of their core business values — and they will also back this up with action.

🔹 The key to being a responsible employer is to be authentic.

🔹 Businesses who are late to the climate action party simply won’t have access to the diversity of talent as those who are proactive in this space.

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