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At Corporate Resources, sustainability means managing our business responsibly and sensitively, and ensuring we include social, economic and environmental factors in the decisions we make to ensure long-term business success. We believe it is our duty to our customers, clients and employees to foster an ethical, responsible and sustainable corporate philosophy. Our goal is to be one of the world's leading brands in corporate sustainability.
Our vision is to be the world's leading financial services company. We want Corporate Resources to be the first choice for our customers and for our employees – the best place to recruit, and the best place to work. We also believe that we can play a role in helping to address the formidable challenges facing society today and by helping to make the world a better place to live, we will also make our own business more sustainable. At Crpl, our response is inevitably shaped by the views of our clients, our customers, our colleagues and the wider community; and sustainability is clearly a theme of growing importance to all of these constituencies. If our owners, customers and staff consider these issues to be important, this clearly means that our social responsibilities and sustainability must be at the very core of our business; not just an add–on to it. This is why, our primary objective in our strategic plan states that we aspire to be one of the world's leading brands for customer experience and corporate responsibility.
We believe a company that behaves ethically, responsibly and believes in sustainability will ultimately be more successful than its competitors because it addresses issues on which its long–term success depends, and thereby gains the confidence of clients, customers and employees. The companies that will be our sector's leaders in five, ten and fifty year's time already know that a commitment to environmental and social sustainability is not a secondary issue: it is a defining strategy that will help build financially successful global companies of the future.
The challenge for corporate resources in this new field is to quantify the positive impacts of sustainability. Sustainability can increase revenue, reduce energy expenses, reduce waste expenses, reduce materials and water expenses, increase employee productivity, reduce hiring and attrition expenses, and reduce strategic and operational risks.
Transparency deals with the idea that by having an engaging and open environment in the company as well as the community will improve performance and increase profits. It is an open culture that promotes employee involvement in the innovation and creative processes. Reaching out to the community creates a much bigger team is extremely cheap and provides evaluation from all angles. Companies are looking inward and realizing changes must be made to fulfill environment needs such as energy efficiency, limiting product waste and toxicity, and designing innovative products.
Sustainability requires a company to look internally and externally to understand their environmental and social impacts. This requires the engagement of stakeholders to understand impacts and concerns. Corporate Resources can address sustainability internally by educating employees and seeking to reduce impacts through waste reduction, energy efficiency, Employee engagement can be a powerful motivator by having a philanthropy committee.
Companies have adapted by implementing new creative ideas related to sustainability, such as preparing upgraded technology that can transform the product rather than throwing away old materials.