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Assessing companies' decent work practices: An analysis of ESG rating methodologies

Céline Louche
Guillaume Delautre
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Gabriela Balvedi Pimentel
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Abstract

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating agencies, as non-financial data providers, have become central actors in the field of responsible investment. Although research has explored the construction of ESG metrics, little is known about how agencies evaluate decent work. Building on the analysis of six rating agencies, this article investigates how these actors measure and assess companies' performance in terms of decent work and related areas and identifies the challenges they face in this endeavour. The authors seek to better understand the capacity of responsible investment and ESG ratings to promote and improve decent work within companies.
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hal-03690210 , version 1 (09-06-2022)

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Céline Louche, Guillaume Delautre, Gabriela Balvedi Pimentel. Assessing companies' decent work practices: An analysis of ESG rating methodologies. International Labour Review, 2022, 162 (1), pp.69-97. ⟨10.1111/ilr.12370⟩. ⟨hal-03690210⟩

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