Corporate Compliance Insights: A Reckoning Is Coming for Those Who Overlook the “S” in ESG
Written by Atul Vashistha
COVID-19 and the tight labor market have especially proved just how important the “S” is to a corporation’s business continuity and resilience.
In August, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced possible new workforce disclosure requirements for public companies – including data on diversity, staff compensation and employee turnover.
In this article, Atul Vashistha, Chairman, Supply Wisdom writes about why social risks matter in the discussion on ESG. The articles delves into why it is essential for an enterprise’s supply chain to stand up to the scrutiny as well.