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social

addressing internal and external social impacts

Demonstrate your commitment to social responsibility, sustainability and ethical business practices. 

Investors, employees, consumers and other stakeholders increasingly expect companies to play a role in addressing social issues. Proactively addressing social issues helps companies mitigate risks related to legal compliance, social backlash, operational disruptions, attraction and retention of talent.

internal social issues -

dynamics, challenges and opportunities

how we can help

diversity, equality and inclusion (DEI)

Assess current DEI practices and policies

Bespoke strategies to promote DEI

Metrics and tracking mechanisms for DEI goals

employee wellbeing

Implementation of wellbeing initiatives - mental health support, work-life balance, physical health​

policies

Improvements to policies and procedures - improve organisational culture

leadership, organisational culture and employee engagement

Employee surveys and interviews - review leadership effectiveness, communication, decision-making processes

Areas for improved communications and initiatives

training and development

Training or workshops - unconscious bias, gender bias, inclusive leadership, cultural competence

external social issues -

broader societal issues and stakeholders

how we can help

stakeholder engagement

Stakeholder review and surveys - positive and negative impacts of company activities

Community investment strategies - enhance social value and sustainable development

supply chain and responsible sourcing

Supply chain risks - ethics, human rights, labour practices, environment

Supplier codes of conduct - compliance with ethical standards

Responsible sourcing practices - traceability, transparency, and ethical procurement

Alignment with international standards - UN Global Compact and OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains

environmental impact

Social implications of environmental issues - local communities and vulnerable populations

Risk assessments, mitigation, restoration and avoidance opportunities

Addressing social issues is not only a moral imperative, but also a strategic business necessity. Integrating social responsibility into the core business strategy allows companies to contribute positively to society while achieving their business goals.

What social support can we provide to your organisation?

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