the benefits it brings to business
- Assurance your report is based on the highest international standards and best practices
- A tool to draft your sustainability strategy, set priorities and measure progress
- Official document to allow backed up communication about the company’s sustainability activities
More on sustainability reporting, GRI and Global Compact
According to the Global Reporting Initiative, as many as 80% of the world’s largest companies measure their corporate sustainability and social responsibility following the international GRI and Global Compact reporting standards. A properly prepared and communicated GRI report, becomes a great tool for assessing a company’s performance through the prism of key economic, environmental and social issues, reporting to existing business stakeholders and potentially attracting new investment or team members.
GRI Sustainability Report - the highest standard for assessing corporate social responsibility
A social responsibility and sustainability report, prepared in accordance with GRI guidelines, is a globally recognised document that helps any stakeholder or company gain confidence in your business. Internationally, with all companies working together to achieve global goals – stopping global warming, reducing gender and socio-economic exclusion, etc. – the GRI Report becomes a structured company profile that identifies the impact of your business on global issues.
For companies preparing a sustainability report for the first time, the Global Compact Report, developed by the United Nations, is an excellent starting point to assess, measure and communicate your business position, strategy and core principles in relation to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.