The Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Framework has pioneered corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting since the late 1990s and provides the world’s most widely used standards on sustainability reporting: 80% of the world’s 250 largest companies issue CSR reports in accordance with the GRI Guidelines. What’s more, the UN Global Compact, under the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2010, has adopted the GRI Guidelines as the recommended reporting framework for companies to communicate on progress made.
According to Directive 2014/95/EU large companies operating in the EU must disclose relevant non-financial information regarding their activity to their stakeholders.
Since 2001, FBRH Consultants Ltd has prepared CSR reports according to the GRI Guidelines with a proven track record of assisting clients in using the GRI Framework. This structured approach not only assists companies in minimising their negative impacts towards the environment and their stakeholders but also provides an important foundation in order to maintain and increase their value, as companies.
Since 2008, FBRH has managed more than 30 CSR reports for companies in Greece and Cyprus
Source: Financial Mirror