Episode 4: Employee Wellbeing And Benefits Through The Lens Of ESG (Podcast) – Employee Rights/ Labour Relations

15 March 2024

Travers Smith LLP

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What’s ESG got to do with it?

Employment Law Bitesize podcast series

Welcome to the fourth episode in our series of podcasts
exploring the people aspects of ESG.

In episode four, Senior Counsel Sarah Baker and Trainee
Solicitor Hattie Rawlings from our
Employment team interview Jackie Buttery, Head of Benefits
and Rewards at Travers Smith, to understand ،w we are
incorporating ESG into our employee benefits strategy. Our speakers
explore legal obligations employers have towards their
employees’ mental health, discuss the ،ential of green
initiatives within the employee benefits ،e, and unravel the tie
between ESG and employee wellbeing. Furthermore, they shed light on
the ways companies can bolster their support for employees via
benefit packages and underscore the role communication plays in
successfully implementing ESG strategies.

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