ESG – Environmental, Social, Governance – is a dominant focus in organizations right now getting board-level scrutiny and attention. Organizations around the world and across industries are challenged to define, implement, and report on ESG. These pressures are coming from all directions: investors, customers, employees, regulators, and activists. The reality is that ESG has teeth, and organizations must do something about it. The goal is to be an organization of integrity to ensure that the values, ethics, statements, commitments, relationships, and transactions are a reality in practice, process, relationships, and transactions.
The most unforgiving aspect of ESG is the S – Social . . .
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