Zero-carbon operation transformation: when carbon reduction becomes the "most important little thing" for Cathay Pacific people To gradually achieve zero-carbon goals such as RE100 and Net Zero, making a commitment is only the first step, and the most important thing is "How to". Therefore, starting from 2022, the carbon reduction effect will not only be included in the performance appraisal indicators (KPI) of the general managers of all subsidiaries of Cathay Pacific Group, but Cathay Life Insurance has further included this KPI into the assessment at the deputy general level of relevant departments, in a top-down manner, Let carbon reduction become the daily routine of 30,000 colleagues of Cathay Life.
Cathay Pacific_20220323_Broadcast_RE_100 Seeing the possibility of workplace transformation from the epidemic For Cathay Life Insurance, which has company banner design more than 30,000 employees and more than 300 service locations in Taiwan, power saving in the workplace is the top priority of carbon reduction projects. Status replacement has long been a standard equipment for power saving. In May 2021, due to the sudden level 3 alert, Cathay Life Insurance arranged for employees to work from home and off-site backup in the shortest possible time. At that time, 70% of employees in Taiwan worked from home, and the proportion of Shuangbei in the hardest hit area was as high as 83%.
Relying on tools such as a complete video conference system, internal communication software and digital learning platform, colleagues can still communicate and work smoothly at home, so Cathay Pacific Life Insurance began to think about the possibility of "greener" in the post-epidemic era. In addition to maintaining diversion to work, Cathay Life Insurance will also gradually build a more flexible and open workplace: with more shared seats and discussion spaces, colleagues can work together in a centralized manner, promote communication opportunities, and achieve the ultimate goal of saving office electricity. . The gorgeous turn of "Three Bags Princess" makes the policy also a green commodity In the past, salesmen needed to carry a lot of paper documents when soliciting business, one bag of guarantee documents, one bag of commodity proposals, and the last bag of contract modification documents, so they were jokingly called "three bags of princesses".