The Sustainability Roundtable
Your customers may soon demand it. Insurers support it.
Sustainability is the ability of an organization to manage transparently its responsibilities for environmental stewardship, social well-being and economic prosperity over the long term while being held accountable to its stakeholders.
Global corporations such as Wal-Mart have made sustainability part of their business model in an effort to save money, and those corporations are requiring their suppliers to do the same. If you're not already filling out supplier questionnaires about your sustainability efforts get ready - it's only a matter of time.
Where can you turn for information about best practices in sustainability?
The AIM Sustainability Roundtables help Massachusetts employers master a sometimes elusive idea that is fast becoming a business requirement. Expert faciliators provide a practical roadmap for your company's sustainability initiative while allowing you to exchange ideas with colleagues from across Massachusetts.
Milford | Waters Corporation
34 Maple Street
March 7, June 6, September 12, December 5
Woburn | Lytron
55 Dragon Court
March 5, June 4, September 10, December 3
February 12 | Peoples Bank | Holyoke
May 14 | Pelican Products | South Deerfield
August 13 | Iredale Mineral Cosmetics | Great Barrington
November 12 | Food Bank of Western Massachusetts | Hatfield
Western and Central Massachusetts
Sustainability | The Three Responsbilities
Robert Pojasek, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President