Carlow companies are being called upon to play their part in helping Ireland meet its national climate action targets in a profitable and sustainable way.
Social non-profit Grow Remote say working remotely can lead to significant cost savings and increased profitability along with assisting climate action targets.
Kathy McKenna of Grow Remote said: “By transitioning to a remote working model, your business can reap the proven benefits of increased employee productivity, reduced illness and absence, the opportunity to hire from a larger talent pool and lower staff turnover – all of which have a significant impact on your bottom line.”
It is estimated by researchers that remote working has the potential to save almost 165,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year.
Grow Remote will hold its third national conference early next year while businesses can find helpful resources at growremote.ie/employer-resources.