The SRC (Socially Responsible Company) or CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) brings together all the practices implemented by economic actors in order to respect the principles of sustainable development while creating added value.
Obtaining the label is a project requiring a global business vision. This label is virtuous:
- Contain or even reduce negative externalities of your business with a global inclusion and value for money strategy.
- Improve theimage and the reputation of your business, by a positive influence, by integrating life cycle and circular economy. Capturing new consumers (consumer-actor).
- Valuable creation through business processes, reflections on organization and governance. Federate employees on corporate values and human capital development.
- The domino effect on stakeholders results in an upgrade of the supply chain. The CSR becomes a public market criterion, a supplier evaluation and a competitive differentiation.
The missions of Eiwler Conseil within the framework of piloting CSR projects:
- Support business through the fundamentals of risk management.
- Advise on all projects leading to the Socially Responsible Enterprise approach in coherence with other policies.
- Force of proposal regardinginnovations and transitions, research and development.
- Model performance monitoring indicators and processes to oversee the achievement of objectives.
- Monitor and adapt the policy to new regulatory and normative constraints.
- Ensure reporting and writing of the extra-financial report
Opportunity for transitions & innovations
The reflections brought by CSR become real growth opportunities for your company.
|INNOVATION SOCIAL TRANSITION|
Social innovation, perceived as a new solution generating a positive impact for society and the environment, appears as an extraordinary lever for positive transformation.
|ENERGY TRANSITION INNOVATION|
The energy transition is at the heart of the movement towards more sustainable and greener societies, energy saving, self-production. The field of innovations is vast.
|DIGITAL TRANSITION INNOVATION|
Improving the quality of life at work, or sharing with stakeholders, digital technologies open up new opportunities for all businesses.
Extra-financial deferral is an element of a company's communication containing social, environmental, societal and governance information, thus contributing to greater transparency on its activities, its characteristics and its organization in general. This report therefore constitutes an important basis for the company's SCR (Socially Responsible Company) policy towards its stakeholders, citizens and the State. Eiwler Conseil supports its partners up to the extra-financial report.
The Global Reporting Initiative, or GRI, is an NGO created in 1997 from the CERES association (Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies) and UNEP (United Nations Environment Program).
The extra-financial report is a benchmark of indicators used to measure the level of progress of companies' programs in terms of sustainable development (CSR), llowing to consolidate information of :
- The governance of the organization,
- Human rights,
- Working relation and conditions,
- The environment,
- Fair practices,
- Consumer issues,
- Communities and local development.
Eiwler Conseil supports companies up to the drafting of the extra-financial report and its publication (GRI’s Sustainability Disclosure Database)
Directive 2014/95 / EU (6/12/2014) on extra-financial reporting consolidates the normative framework for CSR at the European Union level.
Corporate Social Responsibility and public procurement
The presence of CSR is mainly reflected in the tenders produced by public bodies, with a desire for sustainable development included in the specifications. Thus each company wishing to apply for an offer is required at least to comply with this condition.
Actions in the direction of CSR can be in the choice of supplies, processes, supply chain, also in the way the mission is carried out.
It becomes necessary for each company to initiate at least a CSR approach, in particular with a view to competitive differentiation.
Corporate Social Responsibility and globalization
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted in 2015 by the United Nations, are intended to meet the challenges of the century:
- Climate change,
- Resource scarcity,
- Growing inequalities.
All countries, all companies and all economic players are invited to join the CSR approach. This tool is a kind of regulation of globalization, of course, but it allows axes of innovation and growth.