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Perspectives and Guidance for Sustainable Business on the Coronavirus
As the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to spread, we at BSR are working hard supporting our member companies around the world, along with our many partners, as you navigate this extraordinary and unprecedented time.
Our teams are ready to work with you immediately on adapting sustainability and CSR activities to address the profound short-term needs faced by companies, employees, and communities. However, we also remain committed to harnessing the power of business to build a fundamentally different long-term future, involving the development of a new social contract fit for the 21st century and the creation of truly resilient business strategies.
Below is a range of content and events on the impacts and implications for business of Covid-19.
COVID-19 has fueled a recession for women. BSR recommends six actions for companies to incorporate a gender lens on recovery efforts.
BSR takes a look at four trends to watch in China’s manufacturing and supply chain environment in 2021, a year still shaped by COVID-19.
The COVID-19 public health emergency has surfaced important questions about the relationship between the right to privacy and other human rights. BSR is releasing a paper that sets out the key elements of a human rights-based approach to the use of data and technology solutions during public health emergencies.
To understand the human cost of the COVID-19 pandemic in supply chains, HERproject interviewed over 1,000 workers and managers in Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Kenya, and Vietnam and released its findings and recommendations in a new report.
For nearly every company, existing business and sustainability strategies need to be refreshed for the new COVID-19-affected world. Here are five steps for accomplishing this change.
BSR connected with Phil Thomson, President, Global Affairs at GSK, ahead of BSR Conference 2020 to hear his thoughts on what business, in particular the healthcare industry, should do not only to meet the current moment, but also to build a more equitable and sustainable future.
In a new report, HERproject and the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth share lessons and insights from Digital Wages programs that can help companies, governments, and financial service providers scale up digital payments for low-income workers after COVID-19.
BSR is pleased to welcome Sharan Burrow, an outspoken champion for workers and climate, as a plenary speaker at our 2020 Conference. In this article, we discuss her point of view on what a 21st-century social contract should look like.
We need to enact large-scale systemic changes to combat global climate change—and as the transition to a net-zero GHG emissions economy takes place, we need a social contract that addresses the impact on workers and their communities, especially those facing systemic inequities.
Wednesday September 9, 2020
Join BSR for a webinar to learn more about how to leverage its three new COVID-19 scenarios to develop more resilient business strategies.