One in three young workers turn down jobs due to poor ESG records
A third of 18-24-year-old UK workers have turned down job offers from companies with environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments that do not align with their values.That is according to new research from accounting giant KPMG, which said that millennials and younger workers are behind a growing trend of “climate quitting” – seeking out more environmentally friend
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