In a Global ESG Strategy, Don’t Forget the S!
As sustainability becomes an integral part of corporate decision-making, it's imperative to not overlook the "S" in ESG. The social pillar of ESG encompasses a range of factors, including human rights, human capital and supply chain management or community relations. In order to measure these factors ESG rating agencies have defined several KPIs (e.g., number of reported rights violations or number of terminated suppliers due to non-compliance).
Whistleblowing serves as a powerful tool that connects these social aspects with ESG initiatives. By providing a mechanism for individuals to report unethical or illegal practices, whistleblowing encourages accountability and promotes responsible corporate behavior. It enables companies to foster a culture of transparency, integrity, and social responsibility that aligns with the broader goals of ESG strategies.
Register now to the webinar, which is brought to you as part of the Euronext Sustainability Week 2023!
Director Client Relations, Sustainalytics
Partner Lawyer, DELSOL Avocats
Head of Advisory and IR Solutions, Euronext Corporate Services
An easy online tool that allows safe, anonymous reporting of all potential ethical violations and wrongdoing. Comply with the EU Whistleblower Directive and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).