Harvey Nash Group, the leading global provider of talent and technology solutions, publish their Sustainability Report today, which includes details of how they will achieve Net Zero by 2050.
The first steps on the journey to Net Zero will be to make sure European offices are powered by renewable energy by 2023, a 50 per cent reduction in air travel globally by 2025, as well as working with suppliers to reduce carbon footprint in the wider supply chain.
As part of the Sustainability Report, the Group have also shared their plans for having a positive social impact, which includes supporting mental health initiatives and focusing on diversity and inclusion. The Group has already made progress in this area with the launch of the Wellbeing Hub, an open to all portal for health and wellbeing and the Inclusion Passport, to support employees who may need workplace adjustments due to a health condition, disability or another personal situation without having to have a difficult conversation multiple times if they change line manager or department.
Harvey Nash Group Chief Executive Bev White commented:
“There’s no doubt we have an impact on people’s lives and careers, and the organisations and communities we work with. And it’s a responsibility we take very seriously. Our vision is to build limitless futures. We believe our goals for environment, sustainability and governance are key to achieving this.”
The use of renewable energy in the tech sector is of utmost importance. For more on the Group’s viewpoint on this, please get in touch.
To download the full report, please visit www.harveynashgroup.com/sustainability.