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Best practices in corporate responsibility reporting

Six tips for getting the most out of a corporate responsibility report


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Corporate responsibility is about much more than developing a sustainable development report. Deloitte has a first-hand understanding of the benefits of capitalizing on a sustainability strategy to grow economic success. Part of that understanding is based on our annual involvement in the CICA Corporate Reporting Awards and the Ceres – Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Reporting Awards.

 

This article offers six tips for getting the most out of a corporate responsibility report. The use of standardized reporting guidelines, key performance indicators, stakeholder involvement and third-party assurance are just a few practices used by leaders in corporate responsibility reporting. By adopting these suggested best practices, companies can increase their ability to achieve both social and business value from processes used to produce their corporate responsibility reports.

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