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EY announces achievement of carbon negative status

LONDON, 21 OCTOBER 2021. The EY organization has become carbon negative, a major and significant step toward achieving the EY carbon ambition of becoming net zero by 2025.

21 Oct 2021 London GB

ESG with a heightened focus on environment and social issues, emerges as the top risk/opportunity for the mining sector

LONDON, 7 OCTOBER 2021. Global mining executives rank environment, social and governance (ESG), decarbonization and license to operate (LTO) as the top three risks/opportunities facing their business over the next 12 months, according to the latest EY Top 10 Business Risks and Opportunities for mining and metals in 2022.

7 Oct 2021 London GB

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Decoding the digital home: physical retail remains essential for many consumers, despite accelerating digitization

LONDON, 3 AUGUST 2021. Even as the world moves at breakneck speed toward digital adoption – compounded by national lockdowns – the fourth chapter of EY study, Decoding the digital home, reveals that brick-and-mortar retail remains a crucial element of the customer journey for digital home users.

3 Aug 2021

More than half of employees globally would quit their jobs if not provided post-pandemic flexibility, EY survey finds

LONDON, 12 MAY 2021. More than half (54%) of employees surveyed from around the world would consider leaving their job post-COVID-19 pandemic if they are not afforded some form of flexibility in where and when they work, according to the EY 2021 Work Reimagined Employee Survey.

12 May 2021

Half of global citizens risk missing out on governments’ digital services boom due to privacy concerns, EY survey warns

LONDON, 4 March 2021. Governments pushing ahead with increased online services run the risk of alienating large numbers of their citizens due to concerns around data privacy, according to How can digital government connect citizens without leaving the disconnected behind? a new EY survey of 12,100 working age respondents across 12 countries.

4 Mar 2021

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