Concerned that a recession will leave your impact initiatives vulnerable?
To state the obvious: the economy is slowing, and most business leaders believe there’s some kind of recession on the horizon. Because CSR was once viewed as a “nice to have,” it may be tempting to cut back on this work during hard times. But the truth is that social impact has become a “need to have” – and in times of strife, there is actually a greater focus on social impact work.
In her recent piece for Forbes, Ethos Tracking Founder + CEO Emily Kane Miller makes the case for why CSR shouldn’t be on the chopping block in the face of an economic downturn.
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