As we put the effects of the pandemic behind us, noticeable challenges are currently plaguing the workplace and supply chains. These issues hinder employers from attracting and keeping workers on the payroll. More so, these issues hamper the operations of the business. While some supply chain issues are out of your control as a business owner you can manage others.
As we slowly navigate the challenges of a post-COVID reality, the world is becoming more aware of the potential pitfalls of environmental negligence. We are not alien to the concept of global warming, climate change, carbon emissions, and inappropriate waste disposal and management. Which is why we wanted to focus this post on the process and benefits of being ISO 14001 certified by our partners at Edenark Group.
As all business owners worldwide, you launch your business intending to establish brand awareness, a competitive edge beyond rivals, a growing customer base, and business longevity. Thus you are always looking for ways to improve your business and choosing to grow greener might give you the competitive edge needed.
Competition in the commercial and industrial landscape is rife. Overall 2020 was a very rough year for both tenants and landlords. Unfortunately many businesses closed, inherently meaning less rent paid. Commercial real estate in cities initially took a huge hit, but is on the rebound. As we attempt to push past COVID-19 there are things commercial real estate owners can do to increase the values of their properties.
Before the global pandemic swept through and halted operations of businesses the world over, we were all dealing with a different kind of pandemic. However, global warming as a result of the ozone layer depletion is a menace that, if unchecked, will wreak havoc on a larger scale. Which is why the SEC is looking into potential new rules for ESG compliance.
Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) criteria are an essential requirement for every business in 2021 as world deals with a different kind of pandemic. The CO2 emission kind. Which is why focusing on ESG reporting can be an important business decision.
Hiring an expense consultant can help improve your company’s bottom line, but you likely have questions about the process. Learn about hiring one here.