Communication with stakeholders: Some stakeholders noted an opportunity for us to provide a simpler and clearer articulation of our corporate responsibility priorities and how these help to achieve business objectives.
Addressing alcohol responsibility: There was a strong consensus across all stakeholder groups that addressing alcohol responsibility must remain a central part of the company’s strategy. Stakeholders highlighted that companies should address alcohol responsibility across all areas of their business including product development, packaging, marketing (including social media), employee policies, and community engagement to reduce abuse; they also stressed the need for effective employee alcohol training.
Improving our performance in specific areas: Stakeholders identified specific areas for the company to take action including: setting comprehensive targets across all key environmental impact areas and considering longer-term targets. Greater disclosure on water-related risks, a stronger position on climate change, and building a more comprehensive approach to addressing environmental and social risks in the supply chain were also highlighted.
Engaging employees: The Review highlighted that we should focus on providing more clarity and direction to employees so they understand how corporate responsibility fits with the overall business objectives and the role they can play.
Please see the independent commentary and recommendation from the Review.