There are many Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) job types, also referred to as integrated value specialities.They represent more than green jobs where the emphasis is ecologically sound jobs. Green jobs are partially the result of sustainability and integrated values. A Sustainability or CSR job can be anything as long as they contribute to a sustainable world and or are practised in a social responsibility context.
The push for businesses to be run more sustainably is driving a surge in demand for professionals with environmental, social and governance expertise, according to consultants and recruiters. More than one in five of the world’s largest companies have made some form of commitment to reaching net zero emissions and investors are sharpening their focus on the social impact of companies they back, creating a boom in the market for specialists in corporate sustainability
Once or twice in your career, whether you are a experienced professional or skilled starter, you will wonder about what to do next in your career. If you wonder, wonder well and start looking around for help. There are many people out there, who are available, skilled and willing to help you. Mentors, coaches, and outside trainers make us better, stronger, and more than we were before.
Most people don’t want to make the world a better place. They want others to do that for them … Okay, that’s a simplification of a complex issue. But when it comes to making the world a better place, many consumers are setting a more stringent standard for brands, organisations and governments than they are
A job is a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour (in the case of odd jobs) to a lifetime (in the case of some judges). If a person is
Do you sigh when you hear the word responsibility? Perhaps responsibility is even a dirty word in your vocabulary. Perhaps you associate it with burdens and restrictions; the opposite of being carefree and without obligations. But responsibility doesn’t have to be a chore, or a cage. It all depends how you think about it.