Miguel Ferreira, Professor at Nova SBE, says that the results of several studies indicate that workers accept 10% lower salaries when they work for companies in more sustainable sectors such as health, education and recycling.
"In the coming years, your competitiveness and longevity will depend on a new factor that most of you are not yet prepared for: corporate sustainability". The warning comes from Rodrigo Tavares, guest professor at Nova SBE, who wrote an article about the eight sources of pressure that will force us to be sustainable "in a very short period of time".
Will the recent Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), formally adopted by the European Union on November 28, 2022, end greenwashing? This question was the starting point of another Collision Talks promoted by Nova SBE Innovation Ecosystem, which brought together a panel of experts and a representative of the European Commission, on March 30, to discuss the impact of the new regulation that promises to bring more sustainability to companies in the European Union (EU).
The biggest reform of the banking system in the last decade is underway and will last at least until the end of 2024. All to ensure a more sustainable system. Who guarantees it is Rodrigo Tavares, visiting professor at Nova SBE
In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly established the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aggregating 169 goals under the name 2030 Agenda. Now in 2022, this roadmap of action remains both a guide and a challenge for businesses. The Expense Reduction Analysts highlights five levers for sustainable transformation. Start 2023 with your eyes on 2030.
Recently, ESG practices have been collecting critics, which has forced a reflection on the imperfections of the financial services sector. This is because the overall increase in ESG investments has not been accompanied by the establishment of the infrastructure to support them.
The most recent report from CEMS - the global alliance of 34 universities and business schools of which Nova SBE is a member - revealed what steps should be taken to avoid an "environmental catastrophe". Among other initiatives, the more than 4 thousand respondents stressed that corporate culture policies with collective responsibilities should be adopted, empowering all employees to make decisions from a generational perspective in order to promote real change in organizations.