What ‘socially sustainable’ means to us and to you

/ Ian Crawford

This is a process for creating sustainable successful places that promote wellbeing, by understanding what people need from the places they live and work. 

We pay our people better than the industry average; we provide a shift structure that allows them to make an engaged contribution within their family unit every day; we reward them for improving their industry and personal skills; and we encourage them to support each other in the day-to-day. For them it’s a better-rounded career.

For you it represents better trained, better motivated, more engaged individuals providing the security your organisation needs, sustainably.

“The good we secure for ourselves is precarious and uncertain until it is secured for all of us and incorporated into our common life.” – Jane Addams