Making Sense of Sustainability 2011 / 2012 Report

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an individual or group potentially affected by the activities of a company or organization; in sustainable business models the term includes financial shareholders as well as those affected by environmental or social factors such as suppliers, consumers, employees, the local community and the natural environment

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Materiality

Our materiality approach is informed by the GRI’s “Guidance for Defining Report Content” to determine our most relevant report topics and areas of impact. We use this process as part of our management decision-making and stakeholder engagement.

In 2012, our approach to materiality considered the results of our Client Satisfaction Survey, employee engagement, dialogue with our business partners, plus feedback from our previous report. Our material issues identified several topic areas—impact and influence with clients and community; professionalism and dedication to sustainability; employee work-life balance; relevance in the marketplace as a thought leader and champion of sustainability; and integrity and staying true to our values.

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Sara has a passion for corporate sustainability with strengths in project management, effective communication and creative problem solving.

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