Sustainability reports present your organisation’s progress towards its performance, employee, social and environmental goals. We at Sandberg are here to help you inform your stakeholders about these achievements in their own language.
96% of the world’s 250 largest companies
by revenue report on sustainability
EU law requires large companies to disclose information on the way they approach and manage social and environmental challenges. Under the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (the current applicable regulation on sustainability reporting), large companies – those with more than 500 employees – must publish information related to environmental and social issues, treatment of employees, respect for human rights, anti-corruption, bribery, and diversity on company boards.
In June 2022, the European Parliament and Council reached a political agreement on a Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This new directive will modernise and strengthen the rules around the types of social and environmental information that companies must report.
Sustainability reports contain specialised financial, legal, and economic content. We assign native translators to every task and select professionals highly skilled in their field.
We’re known for our exacting standards and ISO compliance, meeting or exceeding our clients’ quality expectations on every single job.
A dedicated project manager will be assigned to your report so that you know exactly who to contact.
We’re able to work to tight deadlines and still deliver the top-notch quality you expect.
Sustainability reporting for a global audience