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Getting social (without the distance): How investors are looking for the "S" in "ESG"

The global pandemic and the social climate have exposed how crucial the health and safety of employees, customers and communities are to the longevity of your business. When disclosing ESG metrics, social factors can no longer be lumped in with environmental and governance issues. Stakeholders are seeking deeper information about a company’s social impacts as a standalone consideration.

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