NEOT’s Sustainability Report 2020 has been published
NEOT has published its Sustainability Report for 2020 and it is available at the company’s website within the Sustainability section. The new report is NEOT’s fourth sustainability report available for our stakeholders.
In our latest report, Covid-19 was at the forefront in our operations but the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continued to play an important role.
“We have been extremely happy about the agile way that we have been able to maintain our efficiency, productivity as well as good vibes in the teams during these unusual times. The initial thought was that some development programmes would have stalled during these times, but our employees and other key stakeholders stepped up and helped to continue key initiatives within our SDG targets”, says Chad Edwards, Director of Sustainability at NEOT.
Examples from our sustainability work in 2020
- In 2020, we continued investments in personnel well-being and development by strengthening our feedback culture and piloting a personal mental coaching service for employees. You can read more on these topics and other personnel well-being topics from pages 13-14 in our Sustainability Report 2020.
- We developed key sourcing contracts to include sustainability aspects for 21% of sourced products in 2021. You can read more from pages 15-16 in our Sustainability Report 2020.
- We launched an anonymous channel (SpeakUp) for stakeholders to communicate misconducts. You can read more about the channel from page 16 in our Sustainability Report 2020, and find the link and more information in our Policies and Principles section on the website.
NEOT’s Sustainability Report 2020 applies the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards (2016) reporting guidelines where applicable but is not compliant with the standard’s requirements in accordance criteria either at the “Comprehensive” nor “Core” level. NEOT’s sustainability reporting is voluntary-based and the information presented in the report has not been verified by an external third party.