More Executives are Prioritizing Environmental, Social and Governance Efforts

One out of four respondents plan to make ESG supply chain issues a part of their organization’s program.

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Nearly 79% of companies consider employee health and safety very important and 63% say reducing environmental footprint is very important, according to a new environmental, social and governance (ESG) survey by Avetta.

One out of four respondents plan to make ESG supply chain issues a part of their organization’s program.

“Avetta is excited to help our clients grow their supply chains to be greener, more diverse and more inclusive,” says Arshad Matin, Avetta president and CEO. “Our data shows that over a 10-year period, suppliers in our network experience a 7-12% year-over-year decrease in safety incidents. We look forward to continuing this successful trend in the ESG market.”

From PR Newswire:

  • 90% of companies surveyed said their environmental footprint has been pushed into their supply chain.
  • 87% say ESG in the supply chain is important, of which, 39% marked it as very important.
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