ServiceNow's 2022 Global Impact Report ties executive pay to environmental and diversity goals
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ServiceNow, the premier digital workflow firm, released its second annual Global Impact Report. The 2022 report explains how ServiceNow has increased its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) development yearoveryear and discusses future aspirations.
"ServiceNow has committed the full power of its people and platform to sustain our planet, create equitable opportunity, act with integrity, and be a catalyst for others as they pursue their own ESG goals,”
said ServiceNow CFO Gina Mastantuono.
"My mission is to ensure ESG underpins our strategy, decision making framework, and culture. In times of change, challenge, and opportunity, we must exemplify responsible business leadership now and for decades to come."
As a purpose‑driven company committed to long‑term value creation, ServiceNow has made ESG a strategic imperative across the organization. With digital experiences that make work flow across the complex ESG landscape, ServiceNow is making progress and driving sustained impact for stakeholders and the planet.
ServiceNow is proud to commit to continued development of ESG solutions on the ServiceNow Platform and to deliver customers a carbon neutral cloud in 2022. With this commitment, all applications on the ServiceNow Platform will be carbon neutral.
ESG has accelerated year-over-year.
The 2022 Global Impact Report offers year-end highlights. ServiceNow: Launched ESG Command Center, including ESG Management, to help customers accomplish ESG targets. Science Based Aims programme approved ServiceNow's near-term science-based targets and 100% renewable electricity (SBTi), Net-zero by 2030, Executive pay tied to diversity, environment goals Developed a "People Pact" to match the company's people strategy with its business plan.
Pay equity progressed Progress in three categories: Black, Hispanic, and female leaders (directors and above), ServiceNow's $100 million Racial Equity Fund was allocated in 10 US regions and more than $10 million was donated to communities (grants & corporate match and rewards) 3x employee volunteerism Developed an EU-based solution for customers who want EU-hosted data managed in the EU.
Learn more about ServiceNow’s global impact program and hear additional insights from ServiceNow Chief Financial Officer Gina Mastantuono
Source: Servicenow news