GRI sustainability reports

Reporting according to GRI

Background

The political pressure on enterprises to disclose the details of their sustainability performance is on the rise. The EU Directive 2014/95/EU on the disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by corporations and groups came into force on 6 December 2014. The member states of the European Union are now required to codify the directive into national law within two years.

Those companies affected by the legislation will be required in the future to disclose their strategies, risks and results with respect to environmental, social and employee concerns, as well as all relevant data with respect to human rights, anti-corruption measures and management and supervisory-level diversity. The companies are to be allowed to document this information using the appropriate international, European or national guidelines of their choice (e.g. Global Reporting Initiative, GRI).

 

Benefits of sustainability reporting

  • Reputation, commitment, competitive advantage
  • Vision and strategy
  • Employee loyalty
  • Management awareness
  • Availability of all key data at a glance
  • Market benchmarking within the sector
  • Inclusion of stakeholders
  • Management system

Our range of services

Would you like to draft a sustainability report for your enterprise? We would be delighted to support you with this important enterprise project.

Our services include:

  • Consulting to facilitate the process of drafting the sustainability report
  • Support in the context of data surveys
  • Data evaluation with the right tool
  • Drafting of the sustainability report (e.g. as per GRI guidelines)
  • Submission of the report to the inspection office (GRI)
  • Development of a sustainability strategy
  • Identification and implementation of measures to enhance sustainability performance

Contact

Thomas Blindenbacher

thomas.blindenbacher(at)amstein-walthert.ch

Phone + 41 44 305 91 11