Essential upcoming ESG issues for investors & corporates
02 October 2020 | 1 min read
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Who do you employ on energy projects in your region or at your site? It’s important to consider the make-up of your workforce to satisfy today's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements.
Sometimes, the ‘S’ in ESG gets neglected. Social issues aren’t always spoken about as much as environmental concerns, despite the importance of both. Meanwhile, governance is an overarching need as the pressure to have a solid audit trail for ESG measures grows.
In the energy industry, the presence (and content) of a local workforce is now seen as part of ESG responsibilities – whether they are mandated in the region where your project operates or are part of internal company ESG plans. In this insight, we’ll discuss where this pressure is coming from and what you should do to prepare. Read on to learn more.
RPS is committed to “acting responsibly for the wellbeing of all”, and we have long experience of supporting local workforce development. Here are a few examples of how we support the expansion of local workforces, and how we put this into practice in our teams.