by Benoit Montet.
There are a variety of reasons why employees may not be engaged in sustainability in their own companies. Some of the most common reasons include a lack of understanding of the importance of sustainability, a lack of incentives or recognition for sustainability efforts, a lack of resources or support from management, and a lack of clear goals or objectives for sustainability initiatives. Additionally, some employees may feel that sustainability initiatives are not relevant to their job or that they do not have the necessary skills or knowledge to contribute. Finally,
One way to engage them through their own initiatives is to provide them with resources and support to help them achieve their goals. This could include providing them with access to mentors, providing them with educational materials, or offering them opportunities to participate in activities that are related to their interests. Additionally, it is important to listen to their ideas and feedback and to provide them with a platform to share their ideas and experiences. Finally, it is important to recognize their efforts and celebrate their successes.
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