Total Credits: 1 including 1 Business
In 2020, 96% of the world’s largest 250 companies published reports on their sustainability performance in accordance with national and international standards. Now many more companies are committing to sustainability, and Net Zero emissions in particular. This creates a new responsibility and opportunity for HR leaders. Staff must be trained in new policies, goals and procedures. Executives need help as leaders in this new approach. This one-hour course summarizes SHRM research into HR and sustainability, plus other expert sources and the instructor's own 30-year journey helping companies become more sustainable. The course presents key concepts, tools and sources to help HR find its role.
|Important CE Recertification Credit Information (0.46 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|The Role of HR in Business Sustainability Handout (5.4 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Burt Hamner, MBA, MA, has been teaching businesses around the world about environmental management and sustainability since 1991. At the Washington Department of Ecology he helped 112 organizations, from Boeing to a car-painting shop, prepare 5-year plans to reduce chemical use and waste. For the US Agency for International Development he worked for 15 years in 25 countries teaching governments and industry, and was a professor of business environmental management in two universities. Over 5000 professionals have attended his courses. He now leads a training company, Sustainability CPE Inc. and is developing new course packages.
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