ImpactAlpha: Expanding the ‘S’ in ESG to account for the full scope of corporate impact on workers and communities 

From the Great Resignation to the historic worker-organized unionization of an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island, N.Y., worker empowerment represents an increasingly important lever for corporate accountability.

The bottom-up grassroots energy, combined with top-down government action, creates a unique opportunity to advance the conversation around the role of corporations in society and the ‘S’ in ESG […]

As we consider the multiple dimensions of private sector activity with social impacts, it is important to not only look at companies, but also account for investor-level influences, which can often disincentivize or inhibit companies from acting responsibly, says “the Predistribution Initiative’s Delilah Rothenberg.