This month’s edition begins with insights into why Sustainability and Profit Go Hand-in-Hand. Next, as we delve into methods to measure customer preference, you can learn why Customer Preference is KING. In Minimizing the Risk of Technology by Leveraging Business Ethics, we provide a perspective in ethical reasoning. This edition ends with how HR professionals can prepare remote work programs in HR’s Role in Remote Work. 

Sustainability and Profit Go Hand-in-Hand

To some, the claim that sustainability enhances profit may be inconceivable. However, there is plenty of materialized and cyclic proof that corroborates the claim. Support for people and planet-friendly brands is growing – the direct result from this purchase phenomenon is making profit grow for such sustainable brands.

Customer Preference is KING

Measuring customer preference means having a better idea of what makes customers tick and what leaves them disenchanted and unfulfilled. A customer-centric business can be created only when you know what your customers prefer and want.

Minimizing the Risk of Technology by Leveraging Business Ethics

As technology evolves and businesses leverage its various materializations, there are risks of unethical data use that can compromise privacy, trust, and data protection. This can be damaging to an organization. Hence, there must be policies and regulations to ensure the proper use of technology and data.

HR’s Role in Remote Work

The remote work model concept has experienced accelerated adoption by businesses during the recent pandemic. As more businesses realize the benefits of remote work, this new work model will continue to proliferate and change the way Human Resource (HR) professionals manage remote work.