Well-being: A new cornerstone for ESG strategy and reporting
Workplace well-being is an emerging environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concern, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
C-suite leaders understand the importance of accountability and transparency when it comes to their employee’s welfare. But how can they judge if their investments in well-being initiatives are achieving the intended effect?
In the first report in our well-being at work series—Well-being: A new cornerstone for ESG strategy and reporting—we detail how expanding your ESG reporting could help create a roadmap to build and deliver a robust health and well-being strategy.
Leaders should look to build well-being into work and the workplace itself, creating a human experience for the workforce. In doing so, organizations can move towards a resilient culture.
To download the second part of our series, Well-being: Moving from effort to effect click here.
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