Why companies should measure their social impact: Alison Braybrooks in the Guardian
Companies don’t report their negative social impacts, according to research by the GRI. Often, they also often don’t link their impact on society to wider global goals or recognised concepts like human rights, and don’t set and track progress against impact targets.
But all that is set to change, as companies respond to reporting and market pressures, while seeking competitive advantage.
Check out this article by Alison Braybrooks in the Guardian for more on this: http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainable-business/blog/social-impact-business-community.
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