Client Endorsements

  • ...FBRH completed the work in a timely manner... We are satisfied with the quality of work offered by FBRH. CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS

  • My congratulations to the FBRH team for the work and the excellent results regarding our Corporate Social Responsibility Report. Christos Papaellinas, Chief Executive Officer of C.A. PAPAELLINAS PHARMACEUTICALS & COSMETICS

  • ...all work and communication was completed successfully via electronic means (i.e. email, skype). All projects assigned to FBRH were completed on time and always to our best satisfaction. ENPI INFO CENTRE A communication project by the European Commission.

  • FBRH Ltd has provided free of charge marketing support for KISA (Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism), assisting the NGO in its activities in combating xenophobia and racism, sensitization of Cypriot society and provision of support services to migrants, asylum seekers, refugees and foreign students. Mr Doros Polykarpou, President of KISA

  • ...are particularly talented professionals. FBRH is very capable in understanding customer needs.  NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE (CYPRUS)

  • ...an unprecedented rise in sales was achieved. There was significant growth in all the major brands. Always, Pantene and Pampers achieved significant increases in sales. PROCTER & GAMBLE (on Simon Pitsillides as General Manager of Arc En Ciel Ltd)

  • I am delighted to describe and express the high level of customer satisfaction FBRH Consultants Ltd provide clients in terms of quality of their work, leadtime and the frequent follow up. TETRA PAK, Egypt

  • ...the work stand out in terms of punctuality, sensitivity regarding the client's wishes and needs, flexibility and, above all, professionalism.  UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS

  • ...has proven to be a very reliable, flexible and efficient professional that can easily work under pressing conditions on the one hand, while on the other hand he deeply understands his customers' requirements and needs. VIOHALCO S.A

 

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Done Responsibly

Many companies are not aware of the impacts their actions have, not only with their stakeholders but also on the environment. 


Focused only on achieving their objectives, they are often unaware that they could be causing serious damage and alienating their stakeholders, to the extent that they might start to work against them and threaten their very existence.

FBRH csr done responsibly article 28 12 15These same companies fail to realize that implementing a few Corporate Social Responsibility-related activities ‘for the sake of it’, can only be viewed as superficial, and is not a responsible way of implementing CSR.

 

More and more companies are taking a structured, quantified and methodical approach to their operations in relation to CSR. They are aware of their impact on the environment and their main stakeholders: investors, clients, human resources, suppliers and society. They communicate with their stakeholders and, with their input, define their most significant impacts. They measure, set targets, take action to minimize their negative impacts and report the outcomes in their CSR report.

A responsible oil and gas company, for example, will make every effort to avoid, minimize, and contain oil spillages. It is of fundamental importance to report on crucial data such as this rather than, say, reporting on how much photocopy paper they are saving! In the case of Cyprus, for example, a major oil spill could have huge negative repercussions on the all-important tourism sector. So, it’s important that a company be aware of its impact – and its potential impact – on the world around it.

This is Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting Done Responsibly.

 

Mandatory reports in the EU

The European Union has demonstrated a strong commitment to corporate transparency and sustainability by making it mandatory, as of 2016, for large companies/organizations to publish Corporate Social Responsibility reports.

CSR done responsibly empowers companies across the EU to foresee and manage risks. It is, in a way, an insurance policy, the value which has been painstakingly built is sustained in the foreseeable future. Sustainability reporting is like switching on you radar.

 

The benefits of CSR reporting

Companies and organizations are finding that by collecting and analyzing data on economic, environmental, social and inter-governmental performance they can identify and better manage the issues that affect their success. They can benefit from: improved profits, brand recognition / enhanced reputation, customer loyalty, business opportunities, innovation/ better quality, employee loyalty and increased efficiency.

 

GRI - the gold standard in CSR reporting

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the gold standard when it comes to CSR/sustainability reporting. It is no coincidence that 80% of the world’s 250 largest companies issue Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports using GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Standards.

 

2-day FBRH GRI Standards Certified Training Course

FBRH Consultants Ltd is a GRI Certified Training Partner. FBRH provides participants with the necessary specialized seminars, certified by GRI, to start and complete their CSR report. Details regarding participation for companies and individuals in Cyprus can be found at the link https://fbrh.eu/en/2-day-fbrh-gri-standards-certified-training-course-about.

Learn how today’s best-run companies are achieving Economic, Social and Environmental success - and how you can too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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