Increasing transparency in this way will deliver a number of benefits. It will flush out incidents of attempted greenwashing or pinkwashing and avoid accusations from third parties that a business is being disingenuous in its intention of creating a more equitable workforce. It will safeguard those policies that an organization may already have in place relating to ESG, and further strengthen them. And it will put pressure on business leaders not simply to say the right things, but also do the right things too, and walk their talk.
Put simply, increasing transparency will ultimately deliver what everyone is looking to achieve: Real. World. Change.