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EY Ukraine presents its Corporate Responsibility Report for 2015–2016 “Building a better working world”
EY, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Wed, Aug, 16, 2017
КYIV, AUGUST 16, 2017 – EY released its sixth corporate responsibility report for Ukraine, outlining the results of the company’s performance in the economic, social and environmental spheres. The report covers the activities of the Kyiv office during the 2015 – 2016 financial years, from 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2016. EY Ukraine issues corporate responsibility reports every two years.
EY`s corporate responsibility includes building strong relationships with all its stakeholders (internal and external) as well as thoroughly upholding environmental stewardship. The key program areas are covered in the four relevant sections of the report: ”Supporting our clients and marketplace”, “Supporting our people”, “Supporting our communities” and “Managing our impact on the environment”, being supported by measurable performance indicators. The report demonstrates the company's strategy “Vision 2020”, which defines the purpose of EY: building a better working world.
Key highlights in the area of corporate responsibility:
- 11,000 young people became participants of educational programs or received assistance from EY charitable programs in Ukraine
- Over 200 workshops run by our professionals conducted for young people in the past 2 years
- 56% of our people voluntarily shared their expertise and time for the benefit of the community in 2016
- Around 10,000 hours of EY professionals’ time was spent on pro bono and volunteer work in 2015-2016 (USD 2.4 million was the EY people time value equivalent spent on the community in 2015-2016)
- 42 hours on average spent on learning by each employee each year
- Paper consumed decreased by 12%, comparing to prior period
- CO2 emissions decreased by 21%, comparing to prior period
Alexei Kredisov, Managing Partner for EY in Ukraine, and Co-Chair of the Emerging Markets Center at EY Global, comments:
«Our work largely depends on country economy, and in the recent years we have been living through the challenging times. We had to adjust our business and our team to stay flexible in the new reality. We applied our expertise to help governmental bodies drive reforms, still plenty of work lays ahead until the country recovers from recession and investors’ trust in the Ukrainian economy is rebuilt. In the meanwhile, we look for the new growth opportunities and set up innovative services. We invest in our people to be ready for the economic growth and maintain market leadership. As example, 117 employees from Kyiv and Donetsk had chance to expand their experience in EY offices all over the world through the mobility programs».
The report was prepared by EY Ukraine Corporate Responsibility committee in accordance with the G4 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) requirements and the UN Global Compact principles. Stakeholders’ survey was conducted to determine material issues of the report and 70 respondents took part, also stakeholders’ meeting was organized to discuss the draft version of the report.
EY Ukraine Сorporate Social Responsibility Indicators in 2015-2016 fiscal years:
Learn more from the report: www.ey.com/en/cr
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