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Hudson Gain's Sustainability Practice


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  • 1. Leading Sustainable Organizations How green is your organization? What if you held the enviable green positioning ahead of your competitors? Do you know where to get started? From start-ups, innovators and organic food companies, to old line energy, chemical and automotive companies, a broad range of organizations are finding that being softer on the planet often builds a more solid bottom line. Could this work for your business? You may have already seen research about the triple bottom line. People Planet sustainable employee sustainable resources and customer base and operating environment Profits sustainable business increased present value Hudson Gain’s sustainable business solutions translate the prevailing research into practical solutions that are custom fit for your business. Assessment: How sustainable are your current business practices? Strategy: What opportunities, rewards and risks can you expect from a sustainability strategy? ROI and Indirect Benefits: What are the costs and payoffs of green alternatives to current practices, both direct and indirect, including: Energy and Cost Savings Branding, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty Employee Engagement, Recruitment and Retention Organization Structure and Change Management: Should sustainability be part of everyone’s job, or a centralized function? How will you manage resistance? Talent Acquisition and Development: hire, develop and reward the right team, and the right skills, to drive your company’s sustainability. connected, comprehensive, committed Copyright 2008 Hudson Gain Corporation Hudson Gain Corporation 5 Penn Plaza 23rd Floor New York, NY 10001 Phone (212) 835 1600