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COMMONCommon Welfare MATRIX 3.0                                                                                           ...
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  1. 1. COMMONCommon Welfare MATRIX 3.0 WELF AREVersion: 30 June 2011. This version is valid for Common Welfare Balance Sheets generated in 2011. ECONOMY VALUE Democratic Co-determination Human dignity Solidarity Ecological Sustainability Social JusticeSTAKEHOLDER & Transparency A) Suppliers A1: Ethical Supply Management Thinking about risks of products / services, considering social and ecological aspects of suppliers and service partners 100 B) Investors B1: Ethical Financial Management Considering social and ecological aspects when choosing financial services, common welfare oriented investments and fundings 20 C) Staff C1: Job quality C2: Just distribution of labor C3: Advancing and demanding C4: Just distribution of incomes, C6: Transparency and Incl. Owners Guaranteeing humane work condi- Reduction of overtime working eco-friendly behavior and a sus- low wage dispersion (netto) within a co-determination tions , advancing physical health and hours, waiving all-inclusive contracts, tainable lifestyle of staff members company, compliance with minimum Transparency of decisions and mental well-being, self-organized and reduction of standardized working (mobility, food), training and aware- and maximum incomes 60 figures, co-determination of staff meaningful working environment, hours, contribution to the reduction ness raising activities, sustainable C5: Equal opportunities / members on operative strategic deci- scope for personal development and of unemployment organizational sions, election of executive manag- inclusion of disadvantaged persons family (Work-Life-Balance) ers, transferring ownership to staff gender, migrants, persons with members (e.g. sociocracy) special needs 60 40 40 40 100 D) Customers / D1: Ethic sales D2: Solidarity with business D3: Ecological design of products D4: Social design of products/ D5: Raising social and ecological Products / Services / Customer focus and co-determina- partners and services services standards within the specific sector, tion, cooperation with consumer Dissemination of information, know- Offering of ecologically superior Social grading of prices, no barriers, role model effect, development Business Partners associations, trainings in ethic sales, how, personnel, orders; interest-free products/services; awareness rais- special products for disadvantaged of higher standards together with ethical marketing, ethically adjusted loans, participation in cooperative ing programmes, consideration of customers business bonus schemes marketing and crisis management ecological aspects when choosing 40 80 customer target groups 60 20 20 E) Social E1: Social effect and Impact of E2: Contribution to the local E3: Reduction of impact on the E4: Minimizing distribution of E5: Social transparancy and Environment: Region, products / services community environment profits to external persons co-determination, Meaningful products under consid- Mutual support and cooperation Reduction of business-specific envi- No interest-rates or at most reporting in accordance with Global sovereign, future genera- eration of sustainable lifestyles through financial resources, services, ronmental impact on a sustainable inflationary adjustment of the Reporting Initiative (GRI), Common tion, global fellow human products, logistics, time, know-how, level: resources, energy & climate, capital of external owners Welfare Report, co-determination of beings, animals and plants knowledge, contacts, influence 40 100 emissions, waste etc. 100 40 stakeholders 40 Negative Criteria Violation of ILO-norms and standards Hostile takeover -200 Massive environmental Unequal remuneration for Non-disclosure of shareholdings / human rights -200 pollution -200 women and men -200 and subsidiaries -100 Products not respecting human Gross violation of environmental Job cuts or off-shoring for Prohibition of a works council -150 dignity, e.g. weapons, nuclear power, standards (e.g. limiting values) -150 profits -150 genetically modified food -200 Planned obsolescence Subsidiaries in tax havens -200 Acquisition at / Cooperation (short lifespan) with companies that violate -100 Interest rates on equities > 10 % human dignity -150 -200
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