Custom Workflow Across ESG

Environmental, Social and Governance criteria (ESG) have been steadily growing in importance to the investor community, customers, employees, and corporate leadership. Addressing ESG practices as part of business strategy is essential, not only to ensure compliance with reporting requirements and investor desire for information, but also to drive and maintain customer and employee loyalty.

While some view ESG as merely an extension of earlier sustainability movements, there is a significant shift from the morality-based thinking that drove those efforts to “do the right thing,” towards a view that ESG is beneficial to the business itself from an economic perspective.

Companies can look proactively at ESG as a source of new opportunity for innovation in products and services and use this drive to adapt their spending and processes for more sustainability and social responsibility.