The “S” in ESG or a company’s social impact measurement process has a significant impact on how it approaches employee, community, and other stakeholder well-being. The need for quantifying and disclosing social risks and repercussions as part of any environmental, social, and governance (ESG) activities is strengthened by enduring social inequities and the pressing need for a more sustainable economy.
Some of the key indicators for measuring are:
- Learning & skills
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