Align with Your Values.
You're proud of the values you've instilled at your establishment, and the brand they've helped cultivate.
At work, you preach sustainability, efficiency, and community, and it shows: you avoid GMOs whenever possible, waste as little possible, and buy local at every opportunity.
You hire employees who you believe will share those values, market to customers who you believe will appreciate your values, and use those values to help make important decisions in the workplace.
Instilling values takes time and dedication, but you do it because you believe in them, and because you believe that applying them consistently will translate into a better workplace, a more compelling destination, and a more enjoyable experience for your customers.
We at #RTBD agree 100%.
We also believe in the inverse: when we create value statements but fail to apply them consistently, those values ring hollow and undermine the culture we hope to build.
Which is why, if you talk about sustainability, efficiency, and community at the workplace and your establishment isn't on this list, you run a real risk of undermining the culture you hope to build.
That's because recycling is one of the easiest, most common, and most visible actions you can take on behalf of your local environment, economy, and community. with an impact among the largest and most well-documented environmental impact of all -
and one that the majority of your customers, employees, and investors likely engage in every single day at their own homes: recycling.
If your business has stood the test of time, there's a good chance it's because you've successfully instilled and marketed values at your establishment.
Recycling is an easy thing to do and it can help you align your values. We think you'll be glad you did.
You're proud to tell your customers, employees, and investors where their food comes from. Now you can be proud of where it goes.
Well, at your workplace, you go through five HUNDRED cases of beer per week. If you don't recycle THAT type of output (of perfectly renewable resources), you'll have a hard time convincing us that the environment is a real value. Your staff & clientele would agree. And once our campaign begins, they'll see.