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Workforce Empowerment for Sustainable and Inclusive Business

A sustainable workplace depends on the ability to create business success that lasts – and only an engaged, committed workforce leads to that kind of success. To attract and retain today’s talent, companies must manage their people in a new way. Today’s educated and increasingly tech-savvy workforce has high expectations.

Marketing communication is a fundamental and complex part of a company’s marketing efforts. Loosely defined, it can be described as all the messages and media you deploy to communicate with the external market.Marketing communication includes advertising, direct marketing, branding, packaging, your online presence, printed materials, PR activities, sales presentations, sponsorships, trade show appearances and more.

There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to selecting a waste and recycling procedure for business. When most organization’s think about going green, the first thing that comes to mind is recycling. This is probably because waste is highly visible and is relatively easy to deal with. Another thought that comes to mind is cost, well, short term costs are inevitable but in the long run, recycling is good for business. It’s a saving plan, for both the business and the planet.

 

 

According to The Global Knowledge Initiative (GKI), a fruitful partnership is a partnership that builds the capacity of people or organisations globally to generate new knowledge or transfer existing knowledge from those who have it to those who need it.

Transparency is an element of good governance which implies that information is freely available and directly accessible to those who will be affected by such decisions and their enforcement and those decisions taken and their enforcement are done in a manner that follows rules and regulations.

WHAT IS ISO 26000?

ISO 26000 is an international guideline for the implementation of CSR in an organization.It gives businesses a normative framework to determine their own social responsibilities and gives advice on the structural introduction of CSR.

It has become a familiar tone that environmental problems are substantial, and that economic growth contributes to them. A common response is stricter environmental regulation, which often inhibits growth. The result can be a trade-off between a healthy environment on the one hand and healthy growth on the other. As a consequence, opportunities for business may be constrained.

The concept of sustainability is based on the foundation that people are made up of social, economic, and environmental systems that are in constant interaction and that must be kept in harmony or balance if the community is to continue to function to the benefit of its inhabitants, now and in the future. A good business is one that can endure into the future, providing a decent way of life for all its members and itself.