Social impact reporting helps measure the socio-economic impacts of a corporation on society. It's a form of reporting now being adopted by companies to demonstrate their social commitments and prove the value they've generated for civil society at large.
A company’s social impacts can vary widely depending on its industry, size, region and more. In this infographic, we break down the most common direct and indirect corporate social impacts on community and society, focusing on the ‘S’ in ESG—environmental, social and corporate governance.
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