With business practices under increasing scrutiny by regulators, analysts, media and stakeholders, corporate responsibility and sustainability (CR&S) is fast becoming a critical issue for companies. CR&S is about identifying the risks and opportunities that arise from global trends impacting a company. These trends include the emergence of new consumer and labor markets, the increased scarcity of resources and the effects of climate change. By implementing CR&S, businesses can achieve the right balance between their own interests and those of the environment and society at large with the aim of generating added value for their company.
Deloitte’s approach identifies the economic, social, and environmental issues relative to a company, assesses the added value of finding the right balance between these areas and aligns them to create shareholder and stakeholder value. By combining our business knowledge and expertise with CR&S specific competencies, we can help you implement CR&S as an undivided part of the overall strategy, governance, business processes, management information systems and internal control.
Deloitte and its international member firms have the experience and subject matter knowledge to assist your company in managing corporate responsibility considerations in the Middle East. Deloitte’s global CR&S team comprises over 250 dedicated practitioners in more than 30 countries worldwide.
Our sustainability expertise spans from CR&S strategy to business ethics to environment. Our practitioners have detailed local knowledge of country-specific legislation, industry practices, local culture and stakeholders. Globally Deloitte is actively engaged with a number of groups such as the Global Reporting Initiative, UN Global Compact, accountability, the International Assurance and Audit Standard Board and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development who influence and shape the debate on these issues.
Our CR&S services include:
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