The questionnaire submitted to the company is below, partially pre-filled on the base on the information collected by the OpenCorporation staff.

DUNI AB did not fill the questionnaire.

Registry

1. Business name

DUNI AB

2. Report submitted by the management

No

3. Role in TNC

  • KeyRole - Chairman
  • KeyRole - CEO
  • KeyRole - Human Resources
  • KeyRole - CSR
  • KeyRole - Industrial relations
  • KeyRole - Communication Public Relations

4. Global Ultimate Ownership (GUO)

DUNI AB

5. Country (GUO)

Sweden

6. Parent company

MELLBY GÅRD AB MELLBY GÅRD INVESTERINGS AB

7. Legal form

  • Limited liability company with share capital divided into units
  • Limited liability company
  • Listed liability company with share capital divided into units

8. Is it an SE (Societas Europaea)?

No

9. LEI (Legal Entity Identifier)

549300MWQEN1427O5L53

10. BVD Code

SE5565367488

11. National ID

556536-7488

12. Trade Register Number

556536-7488

13. VAT

-

14. European VAT

-

15. Legal residence

Sweden

16. Number of shareholders

> 15%

2

17. Information on major shareholders

MELLBY GÅRD AB MELLBY GÅRD INVESTERINGS AB

18. Number of subsidiaries

21

19. City

MALMO

20. Country

Sweden

21. Website

www.duni.com

22. ISO Country code

SE

23. Main stock exchange of reference

Nasdaq OMX - Stockholm

24. ISIN number

SE0000616716

25. Ticker symbol

DUNI

26. Declarations and treaties recognised by the country where it has its registered office

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Yes

European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)

Yes

Charter of Fundamental Rights of CDFL Workers (Strasbourg Charter 1989)

Yes

Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union EU CFR (Nice Charter 2000)

Yes

Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union TFEU

Yes

Registered office in an OECD country

Yes

ILO C029 - Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29)

Yes

ILO C087 - Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87)

Yes

ILO C098 - Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98)

Yes

ILO C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No. 100)

Yes

ILO C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105)

Yes

ILO C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111)

Yes

ILO C138 - Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138)

Yes

ILO C182 - Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182)

Yes

Governance

27. Number of members of the Board of Directors (BoD)

-

28. Number of independent directors in the BoD

Indipendent directors: by “independent” we mean members that are not employed by the multinational company, don’t receive a significant payment by the company and are not linked with the various Directors/executives in the company

-

29. Number of women in the BoD

-

30. Duality of the CEO (Chief Executive Officer)

He's defined as dual when performing a role of “safeguard and control” in addition to one of “administrative management”

-

31. How is Governance composed?

  • Doesn't answer
  • Board of Directors
  • Board of Directors and supervisory board
  • Board of directors plus supervisory board with presence of workers
  • Board of Directors plus Board of Statutory Auditors
  • Board of directors plus audit with external professionals

32. Total remuneration of the CEO

in Euro

-

33. Compensatory remuneration of CEO

in Euro

-

34. Date of remuneration

-

35. Is the CEO's remuneration also linked to the environmental and social dimension?

-

36. Management

Current number of Directors and Managers

-

Name of the current Chief Executive Officer

Mr Lars Magnus Yngen

Gender

M

Date of birth

1958/04/04

Country

Sweden

Professional profile of the Chief Executive Officer

Chairman (Board of Directors)

Sanctions to the Chief Executive Officer

-

Number of companies where the CEO has a role

10

Sector Employment

37. Economic activities

Primary NACE code

1722

Description of primary NACE code

Manufacture of household and sanitary goods and of toilet requisites

Secondary NACE code

-

Description of secondary NACE code

-

Brief description of activity

This company, established in 1949, is a leading international provider of premium solutions and products for handling and serving meals. The company is engaged in the development, production and wholesale of functional and attractive concepts and products for serving and packing meals.Headquartered in Malmo, Sweden, it operates production facilities in Sweden, Germany and Poland. The company has also established sales offices in Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium and Austria, Germany, Norway, Finland, France, Hungary, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and Portugal.The company operates in two business areas: professional and retail. Within the professional business area, it provides customized, premium table top and serving products, which include napkins, table coverings and placemats. The company also offers meal handling solutions and concepts to the food service industry, that is take out restaurants, deli counters, industrial kitchens and caterers. Products include cardboard and plastic containers in different models and sizes for different types of food. The offering also includes food distribution systems, including packaging machines for food containers. Its professional customers are primarily found within the hotel, restaurant, catering and food service industry.Within the retail business area, the company provides premium products that combine attractive design with great functionality to offer convenience and ambiance enhancement for enjoyable meal moments. It offers a wide selection of products suitable for any eating or drinking occasion, including napkins, candles and table coverings as well as plastic items, such as glasses, cups, cutlery and plates. Its retail customers are mainly grocery stores, supermarkets, specialty retailers and interior design stores.The company's vision is to be the market leader in premium table top solutions for the food service industry. Its product range includes napkins, table covers, placemats, table skirts, Tête-à-Tête, Sacchetto, Cutlery, plates, candles, cups and glasses, foodsolutions, and other accessories, such as gift wrap, hygiene products, blankets, coasters and doilies. The company also offers cardboard and plastic containers for meal handling within the food service industry.

38. Employed by country (last year)

Austria-Total employed

-

Belgium - Total employed

-

Bulgaria-Total employed

-

Cyprus-Total employed

-

Croatia-Total employed

-

Denmark-Total employed

-

Estonia-Total employed

-

Finland-Total employed

-

France-Total employed

-

Germany-Total employed

-

Greece-Total employed

-

Ireland-Total employed

-

Italy-Total employed

-

Latvia-Total employed

-

Lithuania-Total employed

-

Luxembourg-total employed

-

Malta-Total employed

-

Netherlands-Total employed

-

Poland-total employed

-

Portugal-Total employed

-

United Kingdom-Total employed

-

Czech Republic - Total employed

-

Romania-Total employed

-

Slovakia-Total employed

-

Slovenia-Total employed

-

Spain-Total employed

-

Sweden-Total employed

-

Hungary-Total employed

-

39. Global employment

Workers [2017]

2412

Workers [2016]

2212

Workers [2015]

2174

Workers [2014]

2184

40. Female employment world (in % of total world)

Workers (t)

-

Workers (t-1)

-

Workers (t-2)

-

Workers (t-3)

-

Social Dialogue

41. With respect to GUFs you have experiences of practices of:

Global Union Federations: http://www.global­unions.org/­about­us­.html

Social dialogue

-

Rights of information and consultation of employees or their representatives

-

Employee participation

-

GFA Global Framework Agreement

-

42. Compared to ETUFs you have experiences of practices:

European Trade Union Federations: https://www.etuc.org/european-trade-union-federations-10-list-members

Social dialogue

-

Rights of information and consultation of employees or their representatives

-

Employee participation

-

Collective bargaining

-

43. Are there any restrictions on trade union freedom in the country where the company has its registered office?

https://survey.ituc-csi.org/?lang=en

No

44. Which directives are applied in the company offices in EU 27?

Directive 80/987/EEC

Yes

Directive 89/391/EEC

Yes

Directive 98/59/EC

Yes

Directive 2000/43/EC

Yes

Directive 2000/78/EC

Yes

Directive 2001/23/EC

Yes

Council Directive 2001/86/EC

Yes

Directive 2002/14/EC

Yes

Directive 2002/73/EC

Yes

Council Directive 2003/72/EC

Yes

Directive 2005/56/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council

Yes

Directive 2009/38/EC

Yes

Directive 2004/25/EC

Yes

Directive 2011/35/EU

Yes

45. Is the Company a member of an employers' organisation?

-

46. Collective agreements applied

Global agreement (GFA)

No

Transnational agreements (TNCAs)

No

Transnational agreements by sector (e.g. Bangladesh Accord) or by company (e.g. Global works councils)

No

Agreement to set up the EWC or a representative body in the case of Societas Europaea

Yes

Joint statements

-

Collective labour agreement in all countries in which it operates

-

Company or supplementary collective labour agreement

-

47. In case of an agreement establishing Cae or a representative body in case of Societas Europaea (SE)

The text of the Agreement shall be made public

Yes

The Agreement was signed by a European Federation (ETUF) or affiliates

-

48. Insert Link to CAE Agreement if available

49. In the case of Transnational Agreements

The text of the Agreement shall be made public

-

The Agreement was signed by a World Trade Union Federation (GUFs) or affiliates

-

50. What information and consultation bodies exist in EU 27?

National information and consultation bodies under Directive 2002/14

Yes, in all company sites

National trade union information and consultation bodies under Directive 2002/14

Yes, in all company sites

Workers' health and safety representative within the meaning of Directive 89/391

Yes, in all company sites

Workers' representatives within the meaning of Directives 98/59 on collective redundancies and 2001/23 on the transfer of undertakings

Yes, in all company sites

Social Responsibility

51. Apply GRI Global Reporting Initiative Standards

  • Non-response
  • No
  • Yes, GRI - G4
  • Yes, GRI standards
  • Citing_GRI

52. Please indicate here the link to the database on GRI Reporting

-

53. Publish your Social Responsibility Report

-

54. Publish the Integrated Report

No answer

55. Applied ISO standards

ISO 9000 - Quality Management (from 9001 to 9004)

-

ISO 14000 - Environmental Management

-

ISO 26000 - Social responsibility

No answer

ISO 50001 - Energy Management

-

ISO 22000 - Food safety management

-

ISO 20121 - Sustainable events

-

ISO 37001 - Anti-bribery management systems

-

ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety

-

ISO 20400 - Sustainable Procurement

-

56. Other applied standards

Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS)

-

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)

-

MCERTS (Environment Agency's Monitoring Certification Scheme)

-

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)

No answer

57. Social certifications and other CSR standards applied

SA8000 Social Accountability

No

ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy

-

OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

No answer

OECD Principles for Corporate Governance

-

58. Global Compact

-

59. SDGs (Social Development Goals)

No answer

60. Do you apply Directive 95/2014 on the disclosure of non-financial information?

-

61. If you adopt OECD guidelines, have you submitted applications to the national contact points?

-

62. If you do not adopt the GRI standards but have prepared a social report, what are the topics regulated?

Transparency

-

Relations with suppliers

-

Relations with staff

-

Relations with the public

-

Reducing environmental risks

-

Moral and sexual harassment

-

63. If you do not adopt the GRI standards but have prepared a social report, which actors/stakeholders are involved?

Trade union organisations

-

Local government

-

Consumer associations

-

Workers' representatives

-

NGO

-

Civil society representatives

-

64. CSR/ESG policies are also applied to:

Domestic transactions

-

International transactions

-

Supply chain and outsourcing

-

Distribution

-

Franchising

-

After sales assistance

-

65. What are the tools used to verify compliance with CSR/ESG policies along the supply chain?

  • Non-response
  • None
  • External Audit
  • Internal control

66. Do you adopt or promote whistleblowing practices?

-

67. If so, which ones?

-

68. Participation in rankings

  • Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations
  • Global CSR RepTrak 100
  • BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable US Brands
  • The World's Best Multinational Workplaces
  • The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25
  • The World's Most Innovative Companies
  • The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies
  • Best Global Websites
  • Green Ranking Global Top 500
  • Green Ranking Global Top 100

69. RepRisk indicators

RepRisk indicator (last month)

-

Peak RepRisk Indicator (Last 2 years)

-

% RepRisk Environment

-

% Social RepRisk

-

RepRisk Governance %

-

Job Conditions

70. Do you have a training policy?

-

71. Average number of training/employing hours in last year

-

72. Skills management and lifelong learning programmes for the ongoing employability of employees

-

73. You have a policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplace where the company operates

-

74. You have a policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplace in the supply chain

-

75. Total number of accidents (latest available year)

-

76. Number of fatalities (latest available year)

-

77. Assessment of psychosocial risks and work-related stress

-

78. Recognition of business benefits

Supplementary pension plans

-

Health/additional health

-

Insurance for employees and families

-

Training and support for mobility

-

Hourly/work flexibility

-

Loans/loan repayments

-

Equal opportunities

-

Parental support

-

Reconciling life and work

-

Possibility of bringing children to work in case of need

-

Grant/Refund for registration at the Fitness Centres/Open Sports Facilities

-

Contribution to transport costs incurred by employees

-

Incentive for non-polluting means of transport

-

Corporate Car

-

PC/laptop/telephone

-

Measures to combat poverty or social exclusion

-

Welfare extended to the territory

-

Finance

79. Advertising of the financial statements/consolidated

-

80. If so, with what level of detail?

  • Non-response
  • Reclassification item
  • Reclassification detail
  • Detail detailing financial investments and participations

81. Check, supplement or supply quantitative data on (data in euro, thousands)

Total assets [2017]

490.966,385

Total assets [2016]

469.721,874

Total assets [2015]

454.649,4

Total assets [2014]

460.768,12

Equity capital [2017]

263.514,753

Equity capital [2016]

260.247,065

Equity capital [2015]

255.182,586

Equity capital [2014]

233.471,462

Revenues (Net Sales) [2017]

451.144,571

Revenues (Net Sales) [2016]

447.109,901

Revenues (Net Sales) [2015]

466.075,486

Revenues (Net Sales) [2014]

452.357,611

Cost of production [2017]

311.869,812

Cost of production [2016]

308.088,138

Cost of production [2015]

311.660,096

Cost of production [2014]

319.386,405

labour costs [2017]

110.729,021

labour costs [2016]

104.894,432

labour costs [2015]

67.468,317

labour costs [2014]

99.435,634

Other operating expenses [2017]

94.272,047

Other operating expenses [2016]

91.599,429

Other operating expenses [2015]

102.399,494

Other operating expenses [2014]

84.743,859

Gross profit [2017]

140.392,208

Gross profit [2016]

139.440,503

Gross profit [2015]

156.156,508

Gross profit [2014]

133.397,055

R&D Research & Development [2017]

812,69

R&D Research & Development [2016]

837,48

R&D Research & Development [2015]

979,379

R&D Research & Development [2014]

1.171,083

Cash Flow [2017]

51.097,888

Cash Flow [2016]

51.400,366

Cash Flow [2015]

55.062,852

Cash Flow [2014]

48.333,809

Added value [2017]

174.322,019

Added value [2016]

169.485,116

Added value [2015]

138.527,689

Added value [2014]

161.503,059

Gross operating margin (Ebitda) [2017]

63.796,17

Gross operating margin (Ebitda) [2016]

64.485,998

Gross operating margin (Ebitda) [2015]

70.732,913

Gross operating margin (Ebitda) [2014]

63.025,584

Amortization, depreciation and write-downs [2017]

17.676,009

Amortization, depreciation and write-downs [2016]

16.644,925

Amortization, depreciation and write-downs [2015]

16.975,899

Amortization, depreciation and write-downs [2014]

14.372,388

Operating result (EBIT) [2017]

46.120,161

Operating result (EBIT) [2016]

47.841,073

Operating result (EBIT) [2015]

53.757,014

Operating result (EBIT) [2014]

48.653,196

Interests [2017]

1.828,553

Interests [2016]

1.989,016

Interests [2015]

3.591,056

Interests [2014]

1.171,083

extraordinary items [2017]

-507,931

extraordinary items [2016]

-209,37

extraordinary items [2015]

-

extraordinary items [2014]

-

Pre-tax result [2017]

44.596,367

Pre-tax result [2016]

46.166,112

Pre-tax result [2015]

50.492,418

Pre-tax result [2014]

46.523,953

Taxes [2017]

10.666,557

Taxes [2016]

11.201,302

Taxes [2015]

12.405,465

Taxes [2014]

12.562,532

Fiinancial P/L [2017]

-1.523,794

Fiinancial P/L [2016]

-1.674,961

Fiinancial P/L [2015]

-3.264,596

Fiinancial P/L [2014]

-2.129,243

Financial revenue [2017]

-

Financial revenue [2016]

104,685

Financial revenue [2015]

217,64

Financial revenue [2014]

532,311

Financial expenses [2017]

1.523,794

Financial expenses [2016]

1.779,646

Financial expenses [2015]

3.482,236

Financial expenses [2014]

2.661,553

Net income (Net Income) [2017]

33.929,81

Net income (Net Income) [2016]

34.964,811

Net income (Net Income) [2015]

38.086,953

Net income (Net Income) [2014]

33.961,421

82. On which criteria the financial investment policy is based

  • Doesn't answer
  • Assessment based on performance only
  • Risk-based assessment
  • Assessment based on an internal responsibility code
  • Assessment based on parameters of social and environmental impact
  • Assessment with certification of ethical rating agencies

83. Adoption of tax optimisation actions

  • Doesn't answer
  • None
  • Allocation of profits generated by companies to the jurisdiction with the lowest tax rate
  • Transfer pricing regulation (as provided for in the OECD guidelines)
  • Unbound on deductibility of payments made to a country with facilitated taxation
  • Non-imposition of withholding tax on transfers of money to countries with facilitated taxation
  • Non-introduction of exit taxation from tax havens, to be applied when liquidity is transferred from a country with facilitated taxation to highly taxed countries
  • Promotion of voluntary disclosure initiatives to highlight assets held in countries with reduced taxation

84. Charity actions/activities/initiatives

-

85. If yes, enter URLs or list the target activitys/associations

-

86. Financial indicators

Profit per employee (th) [2017]

18,489

Profit per employee (th) [2016]

20,871

Profit per employee (th) [2015]

23,226

Profit per employee (th) [2014]

21,302

Operating revenue per employee (th) [2017]

187,505

Operating revenue per employee (th) [2016]

202,319

Operating revenue per employee (th) [2015]

215,187

Operating revenue per employee (th) [2014]

207,318

Costs of employees / Operating revenue (%) [2017]

24.483

Costs of employees / Operating revenue (%) [2016]

23.439

Costs of employees / Operating revenue (%) [2015]

14.422

Costs of employees / Operating revenue (%) [2014]

21.961

Average cost of employee (th) [2017]

45,908

Average cost of employee (th) [2016]

47,421

Average cost of employee (th) [2015]

31,034

Average cost of employee (th) [2014]

45,529

Shareholders' funds for employees (th) [2017]

109,252

Shareholders' funds for employees (th) [2016]

117,652

Shareholders' funds for employees (th) [2015]

117,379

Shareholders' funds for employees (th) [2014]

106,901

Working capital for employees (th) [2017]

41,233

Working capital for employees (th) [2016]

42,262

Working capital for employees (th) [2015]

40,144

Working capital for employees (th) [2014]

43,726

Total assets per employee (th) [2017]

203,552

Total assets per employee (th) [2016]

212,352

Total assets per employee (th) [2015]

209,13

Total assets per employee (th) [2014]

210,974

ROE using P/L before tax (%) [2017]

16.924

ROE using P/L before tax (%) [2016]

17.739

ROE using P/L before tax (%) [2015]

19.787

ROE using P/L before tax (%) [2014]

19.927

ROCE using P/L before tax (%) [2017]

12.569

ROCE using P/L before tax (%) [2016]

12.907

ROCE using P/L before tax (%) [2015]

15.255

ROCE using P/L before tax (%) [2014]

17.291

ROA using P/L before tax (%) [2017]

9.083

ROA using P/L before tax (%) [2016]

9.828

ROA using P/L before tax (%) [2015]

11.106

ROA using P/L before tax (%) [2014]

10.097

ROE using Net income (%) [2017]

12.683

ROE using Net income (%) [2016]

13.355

ROE using Net income (%) [2015]

14.925

ROE using Net income (%) [2014]

14.546

ROCE using Net income (%) [2017]

9.543

ROCE using Net income (%) [2016]

9.848

ROCE using Net income (%) [2015]

11.756

ROCE using Net income (%) [2014]

12.736

ROA using Net income (%) [2017]

6.807

ROA using Net income (%) [2016]

7.399

ROA using Net income (%) [2015]

8.377

ROA using Net income (%) [2014]

7.371

Diversity

87. Do you have a diversity policy in place?

-

88. Have measures been taken to support the maternity and parenthood of workers?

Company nurseries

-

Playroom inside the company

-

Agreements with kindergartens/libraries in the vicinity of the company

-

Summer centres

-

Financial contributions for home and/or day-care babysitters

-

Reversible part time

-

Teleworking

-

Work at home

-

Time bank

-

Flexible time in or out

-

Flexibility on shifts

-

Concentrated timetable

-

Employment support upon return from maternity leave or parental leave

-

Training for reintegration after maternity or parental leave

-

89. Has the gender budget been adopted?

-

90. What specific measures should be taken to promote female employment and career development?

Training courses for the acquisition of specific skills intended solely for female workers

-

Training initiatives in sectors and levels where women are underrepresented

-

Encouraging applications from women for senior posts

-

Change in work organisation to facilitate the reconciliation of living and working time

-

Preference in recruitment of the candidate in case of equal merit with the male candidate

-

Monitoring of recruitment and career advancement of women

-

Study of the situations, levels and sectors in which pay differentials occur

-

Training courses/seminars on equality and equal opportunities for managers and employees

-

91. Bodies/Committees for Equal Opportunities in the Company

-

92. If Yes, with an expense budget funded by the employer?

-

93. What measures should be taken to include workers with a difference of racial or ethnic origin and/or for the promotion of religious beliefs?

Change in work organisation

-

Granting of permits

-

Flexible time in or out

-

Flexibility on shifts

-

Concentrated timetable

-

94. Use of child labour

-

95. Measures to combat child labour

Not contracted with suppliers using child labor

-

Involves third party entities to monitor the phenomenon

-

Requires its suppliers to terminate their contractual relationships with any subcontractors who use child labor

-

Termination of contractual relationships with suppliers using subcontractors employing minors

-

96. Spreading a culture of differences and human rights

Training Courses/Internal Company Seminars

-

Funding of participation in training courses/seminars

-

Promotion and/or support of awareness campaigns

-

97. Judicial sentences in cases of discrimination and/or harassment in the last 5 years?

Discrimination/gender harassment or sexual orientation

-

Discrimination/harassment by age or disability

-

Discrimination/harassment by race or ethnic origin

-

Discrimination/harassment on the grounds of religion or belief

-

98. Judicial convictions for trade union reasons in the last 5 years?

-

99. Provision of specific measures for the protection of the health and safety of female workers and in relation to age and origin from other countries

Provision of gender-differentiated protection measures

-

Provision of age-differentiated protection measures

-

Inclusion in risk assessment

-

Training and supervision in relation to age

-

Training and supervision in relation to provenance

-

100. Involvement of workers' representatives in the adoption of measures on the theme of diversity

-

Accessibility

101. Do you have a web accessibility policy?

-

102. Enter URL of the page on the web policy

-

103. Web site accessibility, what actions have you applied

Insertion of Tag Title and Alt in media and hypertext content (for the blind)

-

Use of correct fonts: Georgia, Times New Roman, San Serif, Verdana

-

Backgrounds with contrasting color and text

-

Character magnification with "3 A" positioning in the top right corner

-

Readable website adaptable to all new devices, from smartphones to tablets

-

104. Do you have a specific policy of job placement of people with disabilities?

-

105. If Yes, which ones?

Abatement of architectural barriers for disabled motors in every room of the 'company for full use and access to every single service

-

Dismantling of barriers for sensory disabled with tactile paths, sound signal floors, paths to the floors

-

Supply of food suitable for different food needs, including ethnic and religious ones (e.g. intolerances or allergies, celiac disease, kosher, halal, vegetarian, vegan)

-

Adoption of smart working (1) for temporary disabilities (2)

-

106. If Yes, for what type of disability?

People with motor disabilities

-

People with sensory disabilities

-

107. Adoption of training/updating programmes for disabled workers?

-

108. If Yes, how?

With qualified staff on the various disabilities with the peer-to-peer principle

-

With external experts

-

With refresher courses and information to all employees

-

109. Does your company have a policy of accessibility, work facilitation, IT tools?

-

110. If Yes for what kind of disability?

People with motor disabilities

-

People with sensory disabilities

-

111. Involvement of workers' representatives in the adoption of measures on accessibility for people with disabilities

-

112. For company meetings/meetings, what accessibility policies are in place?

Abatement of architectural barriers for disabled motors in every room of the 'company for full use and access to every single service

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Dismantling of barriers for sensory disabled with tactile paths, sound signal floors, paths to the floors

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Supply of food suitable for different food needs (intolerances or allergies, celiac disease, kosher, halal, vegetarian, vegan)

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Adoption of smart working (1) for temporary disabilities (2)

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Environment

113. Do you have an environmental policy?

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114. How often are monitoring reports published?

  • Non-response
  • Occasional
  • Biannual
  • Yearly

115. Involvement in environmental risk management policies

Unilaterally

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With the workers' representatives

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With its main suppliers/customers

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With administrations and civil society directly or indirectly involved

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116. Is there significant progress in the company's environmental performance?

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117. Environmental risk management policy applied in all the locations in which the company operates

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118. Adoption of a Green Public Procurement system for suppliers

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119. Adoption of measures to monitor and reduce environmental risk

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120. Life cycle assessment analysis?

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121. Adoption of measures for circular economy and efficient use of materials?

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122. Use of eco-design and design for the recovery of materials at the end of their life?

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123. Convictions at all levels for environmental offences over the last 5 years?

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