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MYTILINEOS Holdings Sustainability Report
2014
MYTILINEOS Holdings Sustainability Report
2014
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Engagement &
collaboration
methods
Key Stakeholder
groups
Employees
Suppliers & Business Partners
Local Government
Business organisations
and Regulators
Shareholders – Investors
Large customers
Academic Community
Press & Media
Volunteer Organisations
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Participation of employees in the first- and second-degree
evaluation boards
• Annual employee performance review
• Disclosure of policies
• Regular and ad hoc meetings between the Management and
representatives of Employees’ Unions
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Individual meetings
• Participation in events
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Participation in events
• Regular and Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meetings.
• Presentations of financial results
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Stakeholder Engagement process
• Participation in events.
• Requests to the Company for support.
• Stakeholder Engagement
MYTILINEOS Group's engagement & collaboration methods
by Stakeholder group
The effectiveness and transparency of this process is assured through
the Group's CSR Governance system, under which the individual
CSR teams of the subsidiaries have been tasked with recording and
evaluating all Stakeholder proposals, ideas and concerns related to
sustainability issues. Once this has been done, the most important
issues are forwarded to the Management of the companies, so that
decisions can be made concerning the responses to them and, where
feasible, their integration in the corporate strategy.
The following tables present the implementation and the results of the Engagement process for 2014, together with the response of the Group's
subsidiaries to the key expectations and issues raised by the Stakeholders in the Engagement process for 2013.
Engagement process 2014
Implementation
methods
Objectives &
Procedure
Quantitative
results
Local dialogue forum held at the
company's plant in Volos.
A dialogue was held between the
Management of METKA S.A. and its
Stakeholder groups on sustainability
issues.
A tour of the plant's facilities also took
place during the forum.
BRIEFING
Procedure: Briefing of the Stakeholder
groups on the key initiatives and perfor-
mance of the Group companies for 2014,
covering nearly all Corporate Social Respon-
sibility areas.
EVALUATION
Procedure: All Stakeholder groups were giv-
en the opportunity to evaluate, using custom
questionnaires, the specific initiatives and
performance on which they were briefed
during the engagement process.
PARTICIPATION
Procedure: The key objective was to invite the
active participation of Stakeholders through
the submission of proposals, expectations
and views, which the Group assesses, incor-
porating the most noteworthy and relevant
among them in its business strategy.
Number of Stakeholders briefed
263
Broken down into the following
8 key groups:
• Employees
• Suppliers & Business partners
• Large customers
• Business Organisations
• Local Government
• Press & Media
• Academic Community
• NGOs, Associations & Societies
Implementation of electronic
consultation, by developing
a custom questionnaire on the
company's website.
Stakeholder response percentage
58%
Results of the evaluation of CSR
initiatives and actions:
• Very satisfactory:
60%
• Quite satisfactory:
28%
• Satisfactory:
12%
Implementation of electronic
consultation, by developing
a custom questionnaire on the
company's website.
Percentage of Stakeholder
active participation
35%
47 proposals submitted
• Environmental: 11
• Social contribution: 10
• Health & Safety: 6
• Support of education: 6
• Equal opportunities: 4
• Supply chain: 4
• Support of employment: 3
• Labour issues: 3
In detail, the key issues raised in the Engagement process for 2014, by Stakeholder group and Group subsidiary, are presented in the table below:
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(G4-27)
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