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Moneypenny identifies four corporate sustainability typologies in new report produced with WORKTECH Academy

A new report commissioned by Moneypenny [1] and WORKTECH Academy has identified four different types of corporate approaches to sustainability, to help businesses establish just how green they are.

The new Moneypenny and WORTKECH ACADEMY report, which launches today (23 March), highlights the key challenges of sustainability, shows how new ways of working are driving change and provides tips on how to build Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials.

In particular, the report identifies four green corporate typologies:

Joanna Swash, Group CEO of Moneypenny said: “Through working in close partnership with organisations large and small, we’ve been witnessing a growing requirement for sustainability in the workplace. We commissioned the WORKTECH Academy report to explore how our services can support and nurture this valuable business need, but what we discovered is important for all organisations to consider.

“What is important to recognise is that the four typologies of a sustainable organisation are not mutually exclusive. Moneypenny, for example, has traits in all four. A placemaker because our HQ was built with environmental goals in mind, a changemaker because of our eco-pennies employee-led sustainable living group, which shaped our HQ and so much more since then. We are also classed as a choice-giver as we invested in technology to make hybrid working a viable and successful option, and an arbitrator, as we are engaging with the wider community and choosing to offset our UK carbon emissions.”

To find out more about the four green typologies of the post-covid workplace as well as the changing parameters of ESG responsibility and how Moneypenny outsourcing services can help shape sustainable change, download the Moneypenny [2] and WORKTECH Academy report ‘From Place to People’, here [3]: