Pressure from investors has motivated Australian employers to offer generous salary packages to professionals who can help them drastically cut their carbon emissions, but they are struggling to find enough staff to fill the vacant roles.
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Industry insiders are warning that Australia will struggle to meet the demand for both specialised and generalised skills to drive the post-Covid renewable energy transformation, especially those skills needed to develop the states’ regional Renewable Energy Zones…
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Recruiters for roles in ESG and sustainability say it’s a candidate’s market when it comes to hiring. Companies across most industry sectors are hiring from junior to senior executive levels to find capabilities in ESG and sustainability, driven by increased focus on ESG performance from investors, customers and community stakeholders, said Richard Evans, managing director, […]
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If you ask 20 people for a definition of sustainability, you’ll get 20 different responses. People see it as a narrow field but in reality it’s actually very broad. Sustainability is about incorporating environmental, social and economic perspectives within your decision making. It’s about understanding the interconnections between these three elements and finding a balance […]
Take a look at the job postings related to climate, carbon, renewables, and sustainability and you’ll see a vast difference to the numbers just a few years ago. According to one report, from GlobalData, there were about 960 jobs available in the sector in March 2021, compared to 1400 jobs in March 2022, according to […]
The thought of jobsharing a leadership role might be daunting to some, but through a shared sense of purpose, a commitment to communication and support from line managers, organisations can reap the rewards of getting two for the price of one.
Experts agree that improving access to quality education for girls is one of the most powerful yet underused strategies to tackle climate change – a fact that has underpinned Talent Nation’s support of not-for-profit organisation One Girl since the beginning of our partnership in 2018.
We are in an unprecedented period in Australia as we grapple with the impacts of climate change, social justice issues and a global health crisis, not to mention the roll-on effects on the economy. The inherent relationship between the economy, society and the environment has never been more apparent, and sustainability is now front and […]