"S" in ESG stands for "social." To help in the process of decision-making towards investing in a company, an overlook at its social aspects may sound a good idea. Human capital, employee engagement, SCM, labor rights, and human rights are some of them. So, still in doubt about the importance of the "S" in your analysis? What would you do if you decided to invest in a company without checking its social aspects, and later, this company got accused of child labor exploitation?