Gen Y for Greener Offices

Gen Y for Greener Offices - Gen Y push for greener offices...

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Gen Y push for greener offices Patrick Durkin Subject to Copyright. See Copyright information at the end of this article. Patrick Durkin The Australian Financial Review | 29 Aug 2007 | News If you're thinking of quitting your job because your boss still drinks from a styrofoam cup, prints on only one side of paper and doesn't turn the lights off at night, you're not alone - 84 per cent of employees want to work in an environmentally friendly office, a survey shows. And generation Y are voting with their feet - three-quarters of 20-year-olds said they would not even apply for a job if they were uncomfortable with a company's values. "What surprised us was that of those polled, 48 per cent said they worked for an organisation which had already implemented some level of environmental or sustainability policies, which shows Australian businesses are reacting to the growing momentum for greener work practices," said Jenny Bonnin, co-author of True Green @ Work, which was launched yesterday in conjunction with a
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course SEB SEB323 taught by Professor Cavenett during the Spring '08 term at A.T. Still University.

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