Over the last decade, the workforce has undertaken an enormous transformation. Not just thanks to changing technologies and emerging sectors, but because employees themselves have changing priorities and are advocating for their employers to implement sustainable change.
A key example is the development of environmentally friendly policies and the creation of so-called green jobs.
Whilst climate change and environmentally friendly working practices have been topics of discussion for decades, it’s taken a new millennial generation to force employers to make substantial changes.
It is believed that more than 70% of the millennial workforce (those born between 1980 and 2000) would be willing to accept a pay cut to work for an employer with strong environmental policies.
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