FREE "GOING GREEN AT WORK" TRAINING
1/5/2009 - Are your employees and co-workers engaged in the "Green" movement? If you haven't given them any training on how to do it, you can't blame them!
Your company needs a training for ALL EMPLOYEES (not just the Environmental team) on simple things they can do to help save costs, and save the environment!
And here it is!
HelpSaveEarth.org is providing a FREE Powerpoint presentation to all companies to help get your employees quickly engaged in the environmental movement, and help save your company money!
Here are the benefits of a training program like this:
Why is this free?
Our mission is to make going green easier to do for everyone, and we feel this is a great way to quickly educate millions of people on how easy it is to green their workarea. We realized there wasn't any structured generic training available on this topic, so we created it. Without this material, companies would have to create their own training material from scratch, which delays the training rollout, and costs them money. That decreases the chances of the rollout being successful. Now, there is NO excuse for any company that does not have a "Green at Work" training.
What's in it for us?
This will help get the word out about our website, where people can learn even more things about helping the environment, beyond the workplace. All we ask is that you leave the little logo on the bottom left side of each slide.
Seems like a great idea. What do I do next?
Check out the WWF Earth Hour Green Toolkits for Work >>>
Visit our website to see what other green actions you can take (outside of work) to help save earth!
*Google logo used in presentation is an example, and not affiliated with Google in any way, although they are a model company for how to go green!
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