We follow the four major principles of GRI reporting principles: stakeholder inclusiveness, sustainability context, materiality and completeness, and determine major topics through five steps: “stakeholder identification”, “collection and summarization of material topics”, “survey topic concern and impact level”, “materiality analysis and identification”, and “review and discussion”, which are also used as guidelines for the compilation of sustainability reports. In this way, we check the inventory of the company’s sustainability status, promote the continuous improvement of each department, and create shared value for society and the company.

Stakeholder IdentificationCollection and Summarization of Material TopicsSurvey Topic Concern and Impact LevelMateriality Analysis and IdentificationReview and Discussion
6Stakeholders33 topics38questionnaires5major themesUsing the Sustainability Value Creation Model as an analysis
Stakeholders related to each department’s duties were discussed and identified, such as shareholders, government agencies, customers, suppliers, employees, and the social media.Based on the GRI Standards, international sustainable development trends and business strategies, and 33 topics were summarized as the basis for the questionnaire design.A total of 38 questionnaires were collected, 30 questionnaires were collected from stakeholders’ impact level and 8 questionnaires were collected from the impact level, and also analyzed the questionnaires.To identify five major themes and reveal their management principles by using analysis, such as economic performance, purchasing practices, environmental protection regulations compliance, employers-employee relations and labor relations.After analyzing the major themes and using the sustainable value creation model as the analysis, Eurocharm will continue to strengthen management and disclose relevant information in the sustainability report and annual report.

Materiality Analysis Process

Major themes correspond to GRI Standards