Most employers have no green policies

July 2007
Employers Law;Jul/Aug2007, p5
Trade Publication
The article discusses the findings of a poll concerning the green policies implemented by employers in Great Britain. The poll focused on the future impact of climate change on British employers. It found that only one in three employers encourage the recycling of plastic cups. It discovered that fewer than half of the surveyed employers have an environmental policy despite a huge rise in public interest about green issues and corporate social responsibility.


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