15. September 2020 Glasford International Germany is committed to environmental sustainability
A tree is planted for every successful headhunting project
“We consider it our social responsibility to be actively involved in the preservation of the biodiversity and our forests. After all, we only have one,” says David Buchberger, Managing Director of Glasford International Germany. The personnel consultants, who have just recently been named “Top Consultants 2020” by the daily newspaper “Die Welt”, have actively started a partnership with Treemer. The Treemer initiative enables companies to plant trees directly and without detours as part of reforestation measures.
“Forests and their trees are particularly important here because they store carbon for a very long time in their wood and the forest soil. In addition, forests can filter many pollutants from the air we breathe, some of which, such as nitrogen, they actually use for their own growth,” says Treemer.
A tree is planted for each successful position filled on behalf of our clients. The initiators of Treemer also explain why it makes sense to invest in the forest as a resource: “Forests and the trees living in them are responsible for keeping our groundwater clean and drinkable. Their leaves and roots, the mushrooms and even the entire living forest soil function like filters. They filter out many harmful substances and slowly release the purified excess water. In this way they also prevent flooding and erosion.
Ulrich Ritter, also Managing Director at Glasford International Germany, comments: “An enormous number of animals, mushrooms and plants live in an entire forest. Depending on what the different species offer or need, they adapt perfectly. They form a living community in which each species benefits from the other”.
The entire team of Glasford International Germany is a supporter of the initiative: “We are really proud that the concern for the environment is now actively lived out here and that we are all much more aware of the environment in our everyday lives,” says David Buchberger. “Treemer has inspired us all.” Therefore, for every manager placed by Glasford International Deutschland on behalf of its clients, there is also an official Treemer certificate as proof of the tree planting that goes with it.
According to Managing Director Ulrich Ritter, the Treemer logo and the Treemer Initiative will from now on be communicated to the public in the best possible way. It is important to get as many other companies as possible enthusiastic about this important cause.
More information on how to become Treemer sponsors can be found online at http://www.treemer.net.
Author: Glasford International Deutschland Research & Analytics