Media Embedding the ‘S’ in ESG in the workplace

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Attracting and retaining talent has become more challenging following the Covid-19 pandemic. However, employers with a clear and genuine commitment to the ‘social’ aspects of ESG are more likely to maintain a stable and productive workforce, and deliver higher performance in the long term. We would like to help employers navigate these new demands and find a way of turning the ESG requirements to their advantage.

We invite you to our webinar where we aim to show some of the approaches followed by companies that have embedded social excellence in their employment practices. We will discuss which legal requirements played a part and how companies measure progress in this area.

From advertising job vacancies through designing employee benefits to delivering training & development programmes, there are numerous ways companies can foster a culture of mutual engagement between employer and employees that goes beyond what’s legally required of them and then broadcast the fact in a market-savvy way.

This one-hour webinar will explore:

► What is ESG in the corporate world?
► What are the benefits of introducing and maintaining a developed ESG policy and practices?
► What falls under 'S'? Examples from different jurisdictions and what measurements there are. Advice on HR practices.
► How and who needs to be involved when introducing an ESG policy/ESG practices in a company?

The session will also introduce our new corporate guide to social factors into the workplace: ‘Putting the S in ESG’, as well as a tool you can use to do a self-check for your company.

Speakers:
• Caroline Frocher-Michon
• Mia Kalajdžić
• Catriona Aldridge
• Paula Wernecke
• Dennis Fromm

Please forward this invitation to any colleagues who may find this session useful. The event will be in English and is free to attend.

Should you have any questions regarding this event, please contact us at employment@cmslegal.com.

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