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People’s sense of fulfilment and well-being impacts positively on business performance

In the current business scenario, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a fundamental pillar for companies seeking sustainability, fully aware that success comes not only from economic results, but also from generating a positive impact on society and the environment.

Undoubtedly, growth in all three areas will better ensure the company’s future survival, but today, on the eve of 8 March, Women’s Day, it is worth highlighting the importance of human capital for companies.

Getting behind people, valuing diversity, defending gender equality and reducing inequalities are actions that enable each person to work to the best of their abilities. When staff enjoy a sense of fulfilment and well-being, good corporate governance moves closer to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The key to sustainable organisational leadership will be to ensure that the working environment and conditions as well as the corporate culture are consistent with SDG targets.