ESG for HR - How employers can demonstrate their Environmental, Social and Governmental credentials
Your roadmap to a sustainable workplace culture
As the government moves towards mandating the disclosure of climate-related financial information for certain businesses, Clyde & Co are ready to help you get ahead of the game. Our HR Eco Audit aims to assist your business to become climate-ready by exploring ways HR and employees can work together to strengthen your organisation’s sustainability culture and meet your climate targets.
Step 1: Meet
Our experts meet your HR and legal teams. Together they look into your current workplace culture around sustainability, evaluating where you want to be.
Step 2: Evaluate
We review your employment contracts and employment orientated policies and procedures.
Step 3: Move forward
We will send you a user-friendly report that summarises all findings, explains how we have updated contracts, policies and procedures, and recommends initiatives to help you reconfigure your employee culture to promote sustainability.
A Clyde & Co HR Eco Audit is your roadmap to a sustainable workplace culture.
The HR Eco Audit will:
They work closely with you as if they were part of your team and use the word ‘we’ when discussing issues. They have the ability to convey complex matters in a way that is easy to understand by colleagues who are not legal experts. They are pragmatic and support you to make a decision, not just tell you what your options are. They respond quickly to urgent matters.
Legal 500, 2021
a very helpful team; their greatest strength is their commercial and pragmatic approach.
Chambers & Partners, 2021
Are able to explain complex legal matters in a way that those with a non legal background can easily understand. Take a pragmatic approach, weighing up the legal and commercial side of matters. Explain the options and then assist you to make the right decision for your business.
Legal 500, 2022
"They're excellent" reports one commentator, adding: "They are experienced in many areas and provide risk based advice that is explained in an understandable way
Chambers & Partners, 2022