by: Taylor, Mike
Source: The Beyster Institute
Companies face increasing pressure – from customers, the government, and others – to conduct operations responsibly with respect to the environment and the long-term interests of all their stakeholders. It is by now common for large corporations to employ several sustainability officers, occasionally in high-ranking positions. A less frequently used tool – employee ownership – may prove a more powerful sustainability over the long term.
Link: Employee Ownership, Incentives and Environmental Sustainability
Publication Date: 2013-03-13