Results for Reporting

How are governments addressed in CSR reports?

How are governments addressed in CSR reports?

November 01, 2005 Governments are rarely addressed in CSR reports and are generally the most neglected group of stakeholders, after the investors. However, governments are often the largest beneficiary of a company's economic activity. Read more >
CSR reporting under scrutiny

CSR reporting under scrutiny

November 01, 2005 CSR reporting has been a remarkable success story so far. Even the big beasts of the jungle, like ExxonMobil and Wal-Mart are now getting involved. The GRI G3 will attempt to raise the bar and try to put disclosure on a strictly comparable and benchmarkable basis. Read more >
News round-up (Oct/Nov)

News round-up (Oct/Nov)

November 01, 2005 With global standards and initiatives on reporting proliferating, it may be time to raise the bar. The draft of the Global Reporting Initiative's third-generation (G3) Sustainability Guidelines will be available for public comment from January 2, 2006. Read more >
Reporting in crisis

Reporting in crisis

November 01, 2005 Mallen Baker calls for leading corporate reporters to challenge what is becoming an increasingly tired format of the non-financial report. Read more >
Reporting CCI

Reporting CCI

November 01, 2005 Effective reporting of corporate community investment should be a key component of any company's CSR programme. Jon Lloyd guides us through some of the complexities of CCI reporting and highlights some of today's best reporters. Read more >
Introduction of the OFR

Introduction of the OFR

July 01, 2005 The introduction of the OFR has been announced by the government. It is likely it will will achieve a step change in the way most companies engage at the highest levels with these wider social, community and environmental issues that can impact long term shareholder value creation. Read more >
News round-up (Jun/Jul)

News round-up (Jun/Jul)

July 01, 2005 BHP Billiton and BT are among the world's best-governed companies, while an inquiry has begun into the role of company boards in fulfilling the social and environmental responsibilities of businesses. Also the OFR standards are published. Read more >
Reporting through the OFR

Reporting through the OFR

April 10, 2005 The government wants companies to be more transparent in their reporting through the OFR. Some companies have already gone beyond just compliance. Read more >
Comment: reporting Issue 81

Comment: reporting Issue 81

April 01, 2005 Even with the delayed start to the OFR regime, it was perhaps inevitable that the guidance on preparing the review would not be ready in time. Read more >