To us, sustainability does not merely relate to ecological challenges. We believe sustainability is inextricably linked to a business’ long-term well-being and competitiveness. As such, we view it as absolutely vital for Moralis’ continued competitiveness to be at the forefront of all the major areas of sustainability; environmental, social, economic, and human.
We have an extensive plan for long-term economic growth, with a detailed roadmap to reach profitability. Part of this requires efficient resource allocation and wise financial decisions. We see it as our obligation to all company stakeholders to make decisions that do not undermine our long-term economic sustainability.
Additionally, we firmly believe that economic sustainability can go hand-in-hand with environmental, social, and human sustainability. In fact, we are convinced that overall sustainability is critical to long-term economic sustainability. This extends to efficient use of resources, supporting diversity within our company, and retaining and stimulating our existing workforce. In short, we are committed to maintaining long-term economic sustainability without eroding natural or social capital.
Our Human Resources department routinely undertakes internal polls to gauge employee satisfaction as part of our ongoing work to promote human sustainability. These consistently show that we have extremely high employee satisfaction, which is a testament to the work we’ve already done to boost human sustainability at Moralis. We also have industry-leading staff retention. Furthermore, we work hard to upskill our existing staff and help them grow and develop within Moralis. Nevertheless, we are not satisfied with the status quo. This is why we continually strive to improve our internal processes and the way we work.
Our reason for doing all of this is not only that it’s simply the right thing to do. We are strong believers that nourishing the exceptional human capital we’ve already amassed within Moralis creates a positive feedback loop that benefits everyone involved. As such, we believe that all our work with sustainability will result in a workplace that’s more attractive both to employees and other stakeholders, as well as to set a clear example of how companies can work with sustainability.
Sustainability is not just a buzzword to us at Moralis, and we work hard to make sure all the decisions we take are viewed through a sustainability-conscious lens. Simply put, we view it as good business sense to make decisions that will serve us well both today, tomorrow, and in many years’ time.