Investors are increasingly concerned that the workforces in which they invest are properly supported. A new initiative will provide them with vital information to help ensure they are.
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Corporate decision-makers are aware that the current and future success of a business often hinges on the talents and motivation of its workers. But until recently it has not been clear that the way a company manages its workforce is a priority for one vital stakeholder: institutional investors.
This is changing rapidly as shareholders make significant strides on social issues. Concerted action by investors to understand and acknowledge better workforce practices is a key driver which is now falling into place. The result is that companies are increasingly expected to show investors that they understand the risks and opportunities associated
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