Stakeholder Engagement

A structured stakeholder engagement framework provides a better perspective on the expectations of the many different people impacted by your business. These groups can range from your own employees to those that are traditionally not taken into account when business decisions are made, such as NGOs, communities and the workforce of your suppliers.

s-stakeholderWhether your key stakeholders are close to your internal business operations or further down the supply chain, engagement with them must be attentively nurtured and integrated into the company sustainability strategy.


How we assist you

Ere-S helps you build the processes for long-term and beneficial collaboration with your stakeholders. Using our established and efficient methodology we can:

1. Review key material issues within the organisation

2. Map and prioritise stakeholders

3. Identify engagement methods and communication channels

4. Set evaluation criteria and key performance indicators

5. Initiate dialogue with stakeholders

6. Assess stakeholders’ needs and opinion

7. Decide on appropriate response actions

8. Maintain effective and long-term stakeholder dialogue

We ensure that our recommendations are in line with best industry practices and in accordance with local and global regulations. Our methodology is based on the latest stakeholder engagement standards and on our diverse experience of interacting with government bodies, unions, communities, civil societies, educational institutions and environmental organisations.

If your company is already engaging with its stakeholders, Ere-S can also carry out a comprehensive evaluation on your engagement processes or assess the performance and efficiency of your social or environmental collaborations with community partners and NGOs.

ISO 26000

The latest guidelines on implementing social and environmental responsibility.

GRI Framework

A comprehensive set of guidelines for sustainability reporting.


Setting higher criteria for the credibility and quality of sustainability reports and CSR systems.

First Steps to CSR Journey

Key to start a CSR journey is to understand issues that are critical to the core business and stakeholders.  It is also important to establish a long-term strategy based on the combination of core competencies and CSR to create business competitiveness.


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