ESG Reporting Revolution – Firms Must Grapple With The Need For Real Numbers As socially responsible investing (SRI) became increasingly important to investors, many companies began to produce glossy annual sustainability reports. However, those reports often offered style over substance and a lack of widely accepted reporting standards meant that many companies were
As LIBOR Deadline Looms, Low SOFR Swap Volumes Threaten Efforts to Build Term Rates LIBOR, which serves as a reference rate for over $300 trillion of global financial contracts, is scheduled to be phased out by the end of next year. At that time, financial contracts will need to transition to new reference rates, with
Exploring Remote Internships: Part 3: Virtual Mentoring Tips for Success With L&D Expert, Debora Jeske Notes on Contributor: Debora Jeske is a work and organizational psychologist in Berlin, Germany with experience in higher education and industry. In addition, she is an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland.
Prepare and Protect: Cybersecurity Best Practices When Working From Home Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and its accompanying disruptions, we were in the midst of a workforce revolution, as technology has enabled flexible and remote working on an unprecedented scale. According to research done by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics, the number