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Why do businesses value sustainability?
Based on the HP Workforce Sustainability Survey:
Sustainability in the workforce is no longer optional.

Office Workers Around The World Expect It From Their Employers

“HP Workforce Sustainability Survey,” Global Insights Report, Edelman Intelligence for HP, April 2019. Baseon a 20-minute online survey of 5000 global office workers in 10 markets.

The survey included 20,000 consumers, office workers, and decision makers in 10 global markets. These are some of the findings that impact employers around the globe:

  • 61 percent believe business sustainability is mandatory
  • 58 percent said environmentally conscious practices are key to engaging future workforce
  • 46 percent said they would only work for companies with sustainable business practices
  • 56 percent believe that ignoring environmental impact in the workplace is as bad as ignoring diversity and inclusion.
  • Employees are more productive, motivated, and engaged when working for an employer who is leading the charge in social responsibility.
Sustainability Improves Talent Attraction
% of individuals who agree

Sustainability Reduces Risks & Costs:
In short, the workforce of today, and tomorrow, demand that your business be more than just thinking about sustainability. They want to see values put into actions; they expect you to walk the talk and be honest about the journey.

Not only that, sustainability makes business sense.

The 12th annua l WSBC Conference is set to deliver the tools, practical solutions and strategies to implement, as well as important business relationships to advance your sustainability programming (and the profession of sustainability!) Our agenda delivers a variety of key topics pertinent to growing and integrating your sustainability program.
Session Highlight
The Relationship Between Ethics and Sustainability
In 2019, 128 companies were recognized for exemplifying and advancing corporate citizenship, transparency and the standards of integrity, and honored as the World's Most Ethical Companies .  The honorees span 21 countries and 50 industries, representing companies that are purpose-driven and uphold high standards of ethics and compliance.

Four of these companies, headquartered in Wisconsin, will be joining us to talk about the intersection between ethics and sustainability. The speakers will discuss why this intersection it’s important, how to build a code of ethics for your organization, and how it relates to sustainability programming, giving attendees tips for how to build a sustainability program with ethics in mind.

Speakers :
  • Gary Ballesteros, Vice President, Law; Chief Compliance Officer and Ombudsman at Rockwell Automation
  • Steve Thomas, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer Enterprise Risk Services at Kohls Corporation
  • David Irish, Global Ethics and Compliance Specialist/Privacy Officer at ManpowerGroup
  • Kevin Tubbs, Vice President of Global Environmental Affairs and Sustainability at Oshkosh Corporation
Are you planning to attend the WSBC 2019 Conference
$99 Hotel Rate Extended until November 26
Please call the hotel at  (800) 729-7244  and use the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Conference block.​​​​​​​ Rooms include: ​
  • Free parking in parking structure or valet
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • $10.00 Reward Play per person
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