Networking event: HR’s role for a thriving business & green team culture

 

 

 

Online Event 

Tue 20th July 2021

 

Join our virtual networking session with SYLO | Beyond HR as we explore together how HR can help your business thrive & team be more green

 

 

 

It’s all very well saying that you have an environmentally sustainable culture. What does that actually mean to your team and how do you ensure it is really embedded into the culture of the organisation, especially if some of your employees are working from home?

 

 

 

 

SYLO | Beyond HR will be looking at the critical role HR can play ensuring you have the HR foundations in place to help your people and business thrive as well as helping to embed a green team culture. We will be looking at the challenges you face and how HR policies and working practices can make a real difference.

 

This event is being run in partnership with Cambridge Cleantech‘s sister company, Oxfordshire Greentech. Oxfordshire Greentech is the business network supporting the growth of the low-carbon sector in Oxfordshire. They bring together businesses and organisations to encourage innovation, collaboration and knowledge transfer, to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable, low carbon future in Oxfordshire and the world.

 

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Who is Oxfordshire Greentech?

 

Oxfordshire Greentech is a business network supporting the growth of the low-carbon sector in Oxfordshire. We will bring together businesses and organisations to encourage innovation, collaboration and knowledge transfer, to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable, low carbon future in Oxfordshire and the world.

Oxfordshire Greentech started as part of the OxFutures programme, which was a £3.2m project to boost low carbon economic development in Oxfordshire. It was supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and run through a collaborative partnership between the Low Carbon Hub, Cherwell District Council, Bioregional, Oxford City Council, the University of Oxford, and Oxford Brookes University. For more information please see here.