Bring your own or start with ours. Either way, our platform is designed to allow you to adapt as you learn. Browse our models below and click through to see in greater detail.
The governance factors survey examines the leadership practices with the company.
The social factors survey examines company policies and practices pertaining to employee well-being.
This survey is used to identify policies and practices at the company relating to environmental impacts.
Employee engagement surveys are used to learn about employee satisfaction at the company.
This model analyzes data around the ethical components of the company, such as whistleblower complaints, conflicts of interest and organizational governance.
For firms that have investments in the healthcare sector, our comprehensive Cost, Outcomes, and Access model provides a powerful tool for collecting and analyzing data.
The human capital model analyzes data about company employees to provide insight into: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Retention and Turnover, Pay Equity, Living Wages, Benefit Eligibility and Participation, and more.
Our comprehensive model on Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions combines information gathered from multiple sources of emissions from your organization(s) such as process emissions and emissions from your company's fleet of vehicles.
Analyzing the supply chain from an ESG perspective offers insights into a company's broader ethical stance and its ability to manage risks and opportunities within its operations.
These datasets collectively offer a multifaceted view of potential investment targets from an ESG perspective. By considering the social demographics, environmental impact, energy utilization, and governance compliance, PE investors can align their investment strategies with responsible practices.
An employee’s workplace location plays a pivotal role in their experiences with work and their quality of life.
Bespoke surveys are an invaluable tool for PE investors looking to hone in on ESG concerns within potential investment targets. They allow for a nuanced, tailored approach that can uncover risks, ensure alignment with investment criteria, engage stakeholders, foster innovation, and ensure compliance.
This model collects information about your company’s safety metrics and programs.
This model collects information about cybersecurity related incidents and the reputational, legal, and financial impact they could potentially cause.
The energy, water, and waste model uses data from your organizations’ utility and resource usage.