The Future of Work in an ESG economy


The goals and challenges that come with the energy transition have an impact on your business and inevitably your people. Together with people’s changing perspectives and priorities, this means the Future of Work is changing. The big question is: how can you ensure your people strategy is ESG and future proof?

This sixth ESG animation outlines the Future of Work in an ESG economy. Your company can adopt a strategy that takes people’s changing perspectives into account and is ESG and future proof. So do watch our follow-up ESG animation on the Future of Work and feel free to contact us to discuss your approach.

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Future of Work - ESG and Tax

How can your people and remuneration strategy adopt people’s changing perspectives and priorities, and how can you make sure your strategy is ESG and future proof? In this animation, we explain it to you. Want to learn more and take a peek into the future? Let’s talk!

This animation is a deep dive into Future of Work and follows our introductory ESG animation and our previous ESG deep dive animations:

  1. Carbon pricing
  2. Value chain
  3. Hydrogen
  4. Mobility
  5. Future of Work

For more information on the Fit for 55 package, please visit Fit for 55: EU bets on energy savings and greener buildings to meet climate target.

For more information on the energy transition tax angles and our services, please visit Managing tax and energy transition.

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Chris Winkelman

Chris Winkelman

Energy - Utilities - Resources Industry, Tax, Partner, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)65 154 18 97

Niels Muller

Niels Muller

Partner, Energy transition and sustainable energy, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)65 160 08 61

Juliette Marsé

Juliette Marsé

Director (Tax) - Energy, Utilities & Resources, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)63 419 61 08

Mohammed Azouagh

Mohammed Azouagh

Senior Manager - Tax, Sustainability and Incentives, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)62 380 36 54

Sander Borremans

Sander Borremans

Senior Manager Indirect Taxes, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)61 029 42 75

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