Your CSR reporting matters to the investors
Corporate Social Responsibility refers to organizations identifying and addressing their environmental, social and governance impacts on stakeholders, e.g. any party impacted by the organization’s decisions and actions. Among the stakeholders are the shareholders and investors. Indeed, the success of their investments depend on how the company acts, in economic but also social spheres. Indeed, a non-existent or unhealthy CSR management leads to risks that can affect the investors’ decisions. As a result, investors have been increasingly paying attention to companies’ CSR management and performance. This is called Socially Responsible Investment, or SRI.