Consider the CSR reporting and presentations of accountability in the Annual report of Greene King. Here it is seen that four different forms of stakeholders are identified to present information pertaining to the stakeholder type . Firstly, there are the customers. Information on the award for quality the form of improvement in value and more are presented here. The second stakeholder identified is the employees. The company here has presented their apprenticeship programs. The data given are on the form of apprentices they hire, how they asset employees to settle down, etc. Similarly, information is presented on communities, how water efficiency projects are developed for communities and then finally the accountability information with respect to stakeholders are then presented.
In terms of community, the company has worked with different research and support foundations. For instance, in 2016, the company has raised more than two million pounds for the Macmillan Cancer Support. Team members of the company have worked with different fund raising activities to support this initiative. Similarly, the company has also worked with the Prince’s trust. The Prince’s Trust is seen to support young adults in the age group of 16-25-year-old who might be lacking in study and development. In addition to helping the community, the organization is also seen to have some form of backdoor apprenticeship program that would help these young children to get into work programs with the company. These initiatives are voluntarily disclosed by the company to show their accountability to stakeholders. These initiates are disclosed in order to also create awareness in others, and pass on information to the stakeholders who would like to become a part of them or benefit from them. For instance, information on the apprentice program would be beneficial to young adults in the public who are actively seeking opportunities.