Managing corporate responsibilityPwC
The standards for responsible corporate governance are set in the Corporate Center and in Global Business Services. These include, first and foremost, the company’s strategic direction, systematic dialogue with stakeholderIndividuals or groups of individuals affected by a company’s business operations. groups, Group policies that are central to corporate responsibility, such as the Code of Conduct, but also cross-divisional functions such as complianceThe adherence to laws and regulations, standards, company policies and self-commitments. and supplier management. Standards are also set for remuneration in the Group, health management and occupational safety.
The divisions are responsible for aligning customer requirements with the strategic and ethical principles of corporate responsibility and for anchoring the Code of Conduct for Suppliers in their contractual relationships.
With clear governance structures, management systems, KPIs and targets along with regular reporting we manage the issues and create a high degree of transparency. At the working level (RBP Working Group, Diversity Council, Occupational Health & Safety Committee) issues are identified and decision papers prepared for submission to their respective parent committees (RBP Council, HR Board, Operations Board).
Committees for corporate responsibilityPwC
The Sustainable Advisory Council (SAC) is charged with reviewing our sustainability agenda from an external point of view, providing us with the perspectives and expertise of external experts. The SAC consists of independent experts and progressive thinkers from different disciplines (science, economics, the humanitarian community, environment, logistics, politics, the media, and ethics). The Integrity Board was merged with the SAC in the reporting year as a way to bundle expertise and increase efficiency.
|Responsible corporate governance|
|Responsible Business Practice (RBP) Council||
|Occupational Health & Safety Committee||
|GoGreen Sponsors Board||