Higher Expectations: How Organizations Engage with Social Change Issues

The Conference Board, Inc., 26 pages, August 28, 2019
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This report outlines the findings of an online survey with over 500 respondents across various industries as well as interviews with HR, sustainability, and D&I leaders. Among the findings: 90 percent of respondents reported it is at least moderately important that the organization they work for be involved in social change.

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Social change issues matter to organizations because they matter to many of their employees and customers, both of whom affect overall profitability. This report reveals the findings of an online survey with over 500 respondents across various industries, functions, and levels, and interviews with10 human resources (HR), sustainability, and diversity and inclusion (D&I) leaders at global organizations in different industries. It outlines how organizations are responding to social change and the choices they have when they decide to do so.

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