Companies need to recognise the relationships they have with their workforce, the communities in which they operate and how they attract new talent. Social factors can affect a company's financial and reputational performance over the short, medium and long term, especially if a company is seen to have strengths and weaknesses in how they deal with social trends, labour and D&I. Stakeholders also want to know what measurements companies have in place to measure their supply chains.
We have been working with clients for a number of years on business and human rights that go far beyond ESG requirements, therefore our experts are on hand to give local advice on a global scale.
By leveraging our global experts, we can work with your business to ensure that the requirements, needs and demands are being met and acted upon accordingly.