Goldman Sachs | How to create and sustain 'green' HR policies

How to create and sustain 'green' HR policies

Green HR is not a brand-new concept, however, just how much have departments embraced the term will heavily differ. Includes:

  • How Goldman Sachs is making itself greener

  • The steps HR can take to become more eco-friendly

  • Aon believes greener roles attract younger professionals

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