Achieving true sustainability in a throwaway society
Companies love to use buzzwords like “stewardship” and “sustainability” in their public relations campaigns. But inside their walls, many treat their most precious assets as disposable: people.
Maybe it’s time to rethink corporate responsibility and return to the fundamental idea that companies are responsible for the lives of the investors, employees and customers that they touch. In my latest post on LinkedIn, I consider the notion of sustainability in a world where people are always looking for the new thing.
Read the post here: The Most Toxic Kind of Corporate “Waste”
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