Recent Intelex research reveals the companies that a customer chooses to do business with, in addition to how these organizations treat employees, people and the planet are interconnected considerations with a significant impact on the future success of an organization.
The research report, Engaging Workers Growing Business and Protecting the Planet, reveals the common thread that ties these considerations together, according to those surveyed, is the application of environment, social and governance (ESG) criteria and environmental health and safety (EHS).
The report, commissioned by Intelex, surveyed more than 700 EHS and ESG professionals from 10 European countries, including the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.
The second chapter of the report, The Business Impact of Getting it Right (or Wrong), examines how doing the right things can have far-reaching consequences and affect everything from how easy it is for an organization to attract and retain key talent to whether customers want to do business with you.
The report provides insight into the risk of poor ESG performance and the impact of health and safety on attracting and retaining key workers. It also highlights what ESG and EHS professionals believe are the consequences of poor ESG and whether EHS can provide competitive differentiation.
Those surveyed answer the questions:
- Do the tools and technologies used by EHS and ESG professionals give them the ability to do their jobs in the most effect ways or may these in fact be a hinderance to them?
- What tools would help to resolve the greatest challenges of EHS and ESG?
Find out if EHS and ESG professionals believe their organizations are “putting their money where their mouth is” regarding technology investment.
Download this latest chapter of Intelex’s research to gain insight into how organizations are engaging workers, growing their businesses, protecting the planet and driving competitive advantage through EHS and ESG improvements. This research is just one of Intelex’s efforts to heed “voice of the customer” to determine where EHSQ professionals are focused as they strive to eliminate workplace deaths, protect the planet and improve production efficiencies.