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GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting for HR

More and more companies are opting to report their economic, social and environmental performance through annual sustainability reports. A sustainability report is increasingly seen as a critical instrument in building trust and credibility among internal and external stakeholders.
Sustainability reporting is a complex process requiring organisation-wide collaboration to deliver a report that is truly engaging and effective. Input from the Human Resources Department build a significant part of the report. About one-third of a typical sustainability report is devoted to employee related issues. This is not surprising as nearly 38 per cent of the performance indicators included in the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines for Sustainability Reporting is Human Resources Management aspects. This underscores the importance of strategic participation of HR leaders in the reporting process instead of being passive providers of data at the end of the year.
More importantly, a good understanding of workplace-related sustainability issues and how they are reported will help HR leaders in employer branding. HR leaders can use sustainability reporting metrics to boost employee engagement, employee motivation, recruitment and retention of talent, work-life balance, team work, and leadership development.
This course is designed to introduce HR leaders and managers to sustainability reporting requirements and to prepare them for playing a strategic role in their organisation's annual sustainability reporting process.

Topics covered
  • An introduction to the key concepts of sustainability.
  • Benefits of sustainability reporting for Human Resources Management.
  • Workplace-related sustainability issues: Risks and Opportunities.
  • GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines and Human Resources.
  • Mandatory Disclosure requirements for Human Resources: what, why and how?
  • Employee engagement and sustainability reporting.
  • How to map material HR aspects for sustainability reporting.
  • Tracking and gathering performance data for sustainability reporting.
  • Developing HR Sustainability Scorecard for reporting.
  • Creative ideas for reporting excellence.
Training Style
Training is delivered in a highly interactive and fun style through case studies, activities and real examples.

Duration: One Days

Who Should Attend?
The workshop will be very useful for the entire Human Resource team, Sustainability Directors and Managers, Sustainability Steering Committee members and Sustainability Reporting Team members. Companies which aspire to be a leader in people excellence will find this workshop equally useful.
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