This briefing highlights the importance of the role of investors in protecting workers in light of major trends in labor dynamics. From automation to the rise of contingent work, workers face myriad challenges in maintaining quality jobs. However, chief to all of the risks workers face is the impact of investment flows on those dynamics and pressures on companies to squeeze labor. Fortunately, there are several strategies investors can adopt to mitigate these risks. This report, conducted with NYU Stern’s Center for Sustainable Business, outlines the intersection of capital and the future of work and offers recommendations for labor-oriented investors.
This report was adapted by Fortune in their online commentary section. Read the abridged version from Fortune here.