INSIGHTS / THOUGHT LEADERHSIP
Are employees and consumers reading your ESG reports? 74% of Americans don't know how to identify sustainable products so maybe not as many as you think...
The solution: Expand the reach of your ESG reports by adapting them for the communication channels employees and consumers are actually accessing.
Read on for Rocket's take on how to bridge the sustainability messaging gap with some examples of brands putting it to action.
Rocket’s POV: Moving forward it will be a company’s responsibility to not only take action around their practices, measure progress and report out on this information but to go one step further. The companies who translate this information to employee and consumer audiences in ways they can understand will lead the path forward—not just in sustainability practices, but in business advantage too.
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