Socially responsible individual employee performance and remuneration package reviews (EPRPR)
or how to foster eco-friendly attitudes
Using HR communication as a tool to win greater commitment
Systemic approach taking into account the company’s ecosystem and vision.
Employment, societal and environmental indicators are taken into account at both individual and group levels to build a meaningful EPRP programme which fosters commitment.
An EPRPR should be designed as a tool to anchor the company’s labour policy. It should not only be a reflection of an employee’s overall remuneration package but also an individual assessment of personal contributions to the company which further its social and environmental responsibility.
HR communication should be part and parcel of the company’s labour policy and used as a tool to demonstrate recognition and drive motivation.
The creation of an HR communication tool which can be deployed to forge stronger ties between the company and one of its key stakeholders– its employees – at the same time as contributing to CSR reporting.
- Creating positive labour relations
- Adding meaning to work through the implementation of individual eco-projects in the context of the firm
- Reducing the company’s environmental footprint
Image et réputation :
- Being seen to act as an organizationally and societally responsible business player (attracting and retaining highly talented recruits, nurturing a sense of belonging, commitment, best place to work…)
- CSR reporting: walking the talk, improvement of the firm’s position in the ratings.