- When drafting this report, we applied the international sustainable business reporting methodology GRI G4 – Core.
- In the future, we would like to take advantage of the experience acquired in drafting this report to make our future reports fully in line with the GRI G4.
- This report was drafted by the CSR department in cooperation with the firm’s management and the People, Performance and Culture, Sustainability Services, Marketing and Communications, Quality and Risk Management, Internal Accounts, Controlling, Markets & Proposals and Knowledge Management departments. The CSR department consists of the Partner in charge of CSR, the CSR supervisor and the CSR assistant and is directly subordinated to the firm’s management.
- We report on behalf of four independent legal entities for the 2015 calendar year: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o., KPMG Česká republika Audit s.r.o., KPMG Advisory, s.r.o., and KPMG Legal, s.r.o. for 2015. Some information relates to the 2014/2015 financial year because it is not available for the calendar year.
- We plan to issue the report on an annual basis and this one is the third in a row drafted in line with the GRI G4 methodology.
Key aspects relating to GRI
|Aspect: Economic results||Aspect crucial outside of the firm|
|EC1 – Directly generated economic value|
|Aspect: Indirect economic impacts||Aspect crucial outside of the firm|
|EC8 – Essential indirect economic impacts|
|Aspect: Waste||Aspect crucial inside as well as outside of the firm|
|EN23 – Total volume of generated waste and its processing methods|
|Aspect: Transportation||Aspect crucial inside as well as outside of the firm|
|EN30 – Significant environmental impacts of employee trips|
|Aspect: Employment||Aspect crucial inside the firm|
|LA1 – Total number of employees and the proportion of new employees|
|LA2 – Benefits|
|Aspect: Training and education||Aspect crucial inside as well as outside of the firm|
|LA9 – The average number of hours spent on training per employee|
|LA10 – Development programmes|
|LA11 – The percentage of employees going through regular performance reviews|
|Aspect: Diversity and equal opportunities||Aspect crucial inside the firm|
|LA12 – The proportion of women at individual positions in the firm|
|Aspect: Local communities||Aspect crucial inside as well as outside of the firm|
|SO1 – The percentage of branches involved into community activities, measuring the impact of these activities, development programmes|
|Aspect: Anti-corruption mechanisms||Aspect crucial inside as well as outside of the firm|
|SO4 – Communication and training aimed at anti-corruption policies and processes|
STRATEGY AND ANALYSIS
- G4-1 Statement by the CEO
- G4-3 Name of organisation
- G4-4 Products and services
- G4-5 Address of the organisation
- G4-6 Firm’s business activities and key areas
- G4-7 Ownership and legal form
- G4-8 Markets served
- G4-9 Organisation's profile
- G4-10 Number of employees
G4-11 Percentage of employees associated in trade unions
- Our employees are not associated in any trade unions
- G4-12 Organisation's supply chain
G4-13 Major changes between reporting periods
- There were no major changes.
- G4-14 Precautionary principle
G4-15 External groups
- We lead by example
- At the global level, KPMG is the signatory of UN Global Compact.
- G4-16 Membership
KEY AREAS IDENTIFIED AND THEIR BOUNDARIES
- G4-17 Legal entities covered by this report
- G4-18 Key area definition process
- G4-19 List of key areas
- G4-20 Internal key area relevance
- G4-21 External key area relevance
G4-22 Impact of redefined information from the previous report
- No information was redefined.
G4-23 Significant changes compared to the previous report
- There were no significant changes.
- G4-24 List of organisation's target groups
- G4-25 Description of cooperation with individual target groups
- G4-26 Organisation's approach towards cooperation with target groups
- G4-27 Topics relevant for individual target groups
ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
- G4-56 CSR team