Topic-specific Standards 2016 (GRI 200 – Economic, GRI 300 – Environmental, GRI 400 – Social) and Management Approach (GRI 103)(1) and 2018 (GRI 403).
GRI Standard number
GRI Standard title
Reference to relevant sections of the report / other sources, comments
OUR SOCIAL COMMITMENT
Indirect Economic Impacts
Infrastructure investments and services supported
Significant indirect economic impacts
United Internet for UNICEF
ANTI-CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY
COMPLIANCE AND ANTI-CORRUPTION
Communication and training about anti-corruption policiesand procedures
Compliance and Anti-Corruption
Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken
CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due toclimate change
Climate and Environmental Protection
Materials used by weight or volume
Material Consumption and Logistics;Hardware in Data Centers and Office Buildings;Materials Used for Shipments;Paper Consumption
88 ff.909192 f.
Energy consumption within the organization
Energy Consumption;Employee Mobility
83 ff.90 ff.
Energy consumption outside of the organization
Energy Consumption; Emissions from Shipping Distances;Employee Mobility
83 ff.9293 ff.
Reduction of energy consumption
Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions
83 ff.93 ff.
Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions
Other indirect (Scope 3) GHG emissions
Energy Consumption;Hardware in Data Centers and Office Buildings;Materials Used for ShipmentsEmissions from Shipping Distances;Paper Consumption;Employee Mobility
83 ff.90919292 f.93 ff.
Supplier Environmental Assessment
UNITED INTERNET AS A BUSINESS PARTNER
New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria
Cooperation with Our Business Partners;Code of Conduct for Business Partners: Environment
Negative environmental impacts in the supply chain andactions taken
Description of Our Supply and Value Chain
UNITED INTERNET AS AN EMPLOYER
New employee hires and employee turnover
Our Human Resources Strategy and HR Organization;Gender Equality
62 ff.72 ff.
Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational Health and Safety;
Occupational health and safety management system
Occupational Health Management
Hazard identification, risk assessment, and incident investigation
Occupational Health and SafetyEmployee Absences in Figures
77 ff.80 ff.
Occupational health services
Worker participation, consultation, and communication onoccupational health and safety
Worker training on occupational health and safety
Occupational Health and Safety, Including Data Center Safety
Promotion of worker health
Prevention and mitigation of occupational health and safetyimpacts directly linked by business relationships
Workers covered by an occupational health and safety management system
Employee Absences in Figures
Work-related ill health
Training and Education
Training and EducationDevelopment and Prospects
65 ff.65 ff.
Average hours of training per year per employee
Training and Education in Figures
Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs
Development and ProspectsPersonal Development Opportunities
65 ff.66 ff.
Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews
Development and Prospects
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
Diversity of governance bodies and employees
Diversity of the Management Board and Supervisory Board;Diversity and Equal Opportunities
Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men
Incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken
RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
COMPLIANCE AND ANTI-CORRUPTIONUNITED INTERNET AS A BUSINESS PARTNER
13 ff.96 ff.
Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidentsof child labor
Code of Conduct for Business Partners: Human Rights and Labor Rights
Forced or compulsory labor
Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of forcedor compulsory labor
Supplier Social Assessment
New suppliers that were screened using social criteria
Cooperation with Our Business Partners;Code of Conduct for Business Partners: Implementation
Negative social impacts in the supply chain and actions taken
Description of Our Supply and Value Chain;Responsibility for Human Rights Due Diligence;Code of Conduct for Business Partners: Human Rights and Labor Rights
99 ff.100 f.102 f.
CUSTOMER-RELATED MATTERS AND PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY;CORPORATE DIGITAL RESPONSIBILITY
27 ff.39 ff.
Customer health and safety
Assessment of the health and safety impacts of productand service categories
Marketing and Labeling
Requirements for product and service information and labeling
Managing and Measuring Customer Satisfaction;Responsibility for Youth Protection;Information Protection Measures;Product Security;Material Consumption and Logistics, particularly Customer Hardware
353845 ff.48 ff.88 ff.
Substantiated complaints concerning breaches of customerprivacy and losses of customer data
Ensuring Data Privacy at United Internet
(1) The description of the management approaches in accordance with GRI 103 covers GRI Standards 103-1, 103-2, and 103-3. In addition to the GRI requirements, the description of the management approaches complies with the statutory requirements for the presentation of the policies pursued in relation to the non-financial aspects.