Module 2: Understanding Non-financial information reporting (NFIR)
Module Objectives: This module provides information on the legal background and reporting requirements, the key concepts and reporting frameworks of NFIR.
Module 3: Role of Workers' Representatives in CSR and NFIR
Module Objectives: This module illustrates contacts points with NFIR and possible practical value of NFIR by identifying relevant content for WRs and showing best practice examples.
Module 4: Analysis methods and tools
Module Objectives: This module introduces to analysis methods of NFIR by giving an overview of a set of methods and applying the CENOFIA analysis tool.
Module 8: Identifying challenges in the analysis process
Module Objectives: This module provides an overview of the challenges most likely encountered during the analysis work and enables the participants to question reporting methodologies and processes.
Module 9: Application of key concepts in NFIR
Module Objectives: This module builds up on Module 2 and Module 4 by providing in-depth information on NFIR key concepts and carrying out different assessment exercises.
10.1 Basic content and structure of a social report on NFIR
Video Tutorial: Basic content and structure of a social report on NFIR
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STEP 1: “Presentation Unit 10.1_Basic content and structure of a social report on NFIR” and “Video Tutorial: Basic content and structure of a social report on NFIR”.
The presentation for unit 10.1 and the corresponding video tutorial are intended to inform learners about the purpose and content of a social report by introducing key questions and proposing a structure.
It is especially important to stress that:
- the purpose of a social report is to promote social dialogue. A social report should therefore critically assess the compliance with stated reporting standards, point out shortcomings and result in positive proposals for improvement.
- the presented key questions / issues provide a basic structure of a social report.
- in order to elaborate on the key questions / issues, leraners should refer to the content and material for Module 9: Application of key concepts in NFIR
Material for unit 10.1: