Emerging data shows that ESG—a corporate focus on environmental, social, and governance policies with measurable results—is an effective workforce strategy for companies looking for another competitive advantage.
Despite the many advancements made toward achieving gender equality around the world, women are still underrepresented in business leadership and governmental organizations. Are gender quotas a viable option for furthering equality? Let’s find out.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are increasingly important to various stakeholders as it pertains to global business. Employees, suppliers, and investors are relevant to understanding the importance of ESG as an advancement of stakeholder capitalism moving forward.