COVID-19 has been a test of companies’ sustainability credentials. It has sharpened public and investor scrutiny of environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and has notably intensified attention around the ‘social’ component.
This should be no great surprise. The social pillar captures much that came to the fore as the world responded to the virus. The pandemic has exposed concerns about employee treatment, supply chain management, gender inequality, ethnic diversity, global health, education, data privacy and more.
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