Stakeholder dialogues

As a part of our materiality analysis Transcom has conducted stakeholder dialogues. At Transcom, we focus our sustainability strategy on people, a decision which our stakeholders support. In a people-centered business like ours, long-term success largely depends on the ability to attract, develop and retain the right people.

Transcom conducts stakeholder dialogues in order to identify which sustainability aspects are considered to be most material, i.e. which economic, environmental and social issues that are most critical and has the most significant impact on Transcom’s business. When deciding on which stakeholders to engage with Transcom considers the degree to which our operations depend and have an impact on the stakeholder in question. It’s the responsibility of Transcom’s Group Executive Management team to define which stakeholders to engage with. The table below summarizes the most important sustainability issues to each key stakeholder group. Transcom’s Group Executive Management prioritizes amongst material sustainability aspects in order to allocate adequate resources to achieve the highest impact. A number of internal and external factors are analyzed when assessing whether a sustainability topic is material, mainly Transcom’s overall mission and strategy, and the concerns expressed by our stakeholders.

We organize specific stakeholder dialogues with our employees, e.g. through web-based surveys and feedback meetings. In addition to this, we conduct employee satisfaction surveys, which are open to all employees, including temps and agency workers. Gathering feedback from our employees on their satisfaction is critical in order to continuously improve our workplace and make it a great place to work. The results of the survey are analyzed and discussed on the local as well as on the global level, and action plans are created in order to address the findings.

The list below summarizes the most important sustainability issues to each key stakeholder group.

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