Recently I lectured in my hometown about the top 10 ways to take your office to zero waste. Based on feedback from that blog I was invited by Barbara Weigand, of Copper River Salon in Princeton, NJ, to audit her salon and advise her on how to become a zero waste business.
I was pleased to see, as I waked in, that Copper River had already started on the path to Zero Waste. They were recycling everything that they can recycle municipally and were running the Garnier Beauty Brigade for their cosmetic waste, a free way to turn cosmetic and beauty packaging into donations for non-profits!
Susan Camberis offers 5 key takeaways from the recently released PwC Report, The Future of Work — A Journey to 2022.
I like thinking about the future.
Ever since hearing Jennifer James discuss her book Thinking in the Future Tense at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference years ago, I’ve been fascinated by how mega-trends affect the world of work.
I also like thinking about sustainability.
A little more than five years ago, I had a catalyzing moment that piqued my interest in sustainability and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’m particularly interested in how organizations are aligning their business, sustainability, and human capital strategies, and the resulting impact on HR’s role in the enterprise.
How do you create an engaged culture of sustainability within a company? In this panel discussion you will hear how green teams, cross-functional collaboration and communications all play a role in motivating employees around the company’s goals. The speakers are: Bruno Sarda, Director of Global Sustainability Operations for Dell Inc.; Gretchen Digby, Director of Global Education Initiatives at the Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand Co.; and Andy Savitz, author of “Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line.”
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