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Sustainable Organisation

At Qhuba we believe that a sustainable organization needs a motivated and fulfilled workforce. It is also, crucially, about how to make sure your employees are at the heart of what your company does.

What does it mean to be a sustainable organization? It is more than being ready for new reporting requirements such as the CSRD, or having a bold-sounding strategy statement, or having enough bins at the office so everyone can separate and recycle their waste. To make your organization truly sustainable, you need to think big. Look at Unilever, a consumer goods company, they created the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan. This plan  focuses not only on reducing environmental footprint, but also on making big steps to enhance social well-being.

At Qhuba, we recognize the smart use of digital technologies in supporting sustainability. Digital transformation enables organisations to streamline processes, reduce environmental impact and create a more efficient and agile organization, helping you focus on what matters. Don’t make it too complicated, stay with your core business and keep it simple!

Sustainability is not just a trend. It is a fundamental principle that drives positive change. Successful sustainable organizations,  will inspire a new generation of businesses to prioritize the planet and its people, creating a legacy of responsibility for generations to come.

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JESSICA VAN BEEK

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