Social Sustainability in Business Can Take Many Forms
What they all have in common is the drive to achieve more than just financial gain.
May 31, 2021Updated 4 days ago
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The social side of sustainability encompasses a business’s commitment to people and purpose. Businesses accomplish this by making social investments in communities to improve quality of life, create jobs, and partner with other businesses to solve social problems. A company’s diversity and inclusion efforts are often viewed as one of the aspects of social sustainability, as well as working with local government or the nonprofit community to help build resilient and equitable local social systems (i.e. via educational or workforce development programs). It could also refer to a company’s impact on community development structure through housing, investment, and equity.
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