In November 2022, the EU Parliament adopted the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. This Directive will considerably impact how trade unions engage in social dialogue and collective bargaining. The company sustainability report will contain information on their environmental and social impacts (e.g., climate change adaptation/mitigation policies, data on pollution, employment, training, working hours, etc.). Companies will communicate these data to workers' representatives, who will share their opinions.
Aims of the webinar
- To highlight the importance of sustainability reports for trade unions.
- To analyse the information contained in sustainability reports (the process of collecting, reporting, and monitoring the information).
- To debate the role of trade unions in the preparation of sustainability reports.
- To use sustainability reports information in daily bargaining.
Interpretation will be available in English, Italian, French or Dutch
- Trade union officers at sectorial and confederal levels involved in corporate sustainability report policies.
- Trade union delegates involved in non-financial reporting in their companies.
- Trade union officers and delegates involved in the relationship between collective bargaining and sustainability.
Individual expressions of interest must be made through national contact persons (see the list here).
Should you need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact the education officer or administrative assistant running the course (see the information panel to the right for their names, which will lead you to a contact form).