NCC engages in ongoing dialogue with its stakeholders in order to gain insights into the type of issues that are most important to them and to find out their needs and their expectations of NCC. The principal stakeholder groups are: shareholders, investors and banks, employees, customers, suppliers and subcontractors, and society. The point of departure is the extent by which the groups influence or are influenced by the Group’s work. The dialogues show that there is considerable commitment to NCC’s sustainability work.
|Stakeholder group||Issues in focus||Type of dialogue|
|Shareholders, investors and banks||Responsible ethical enterprise, including sound working conditions and anti-
corruption. Long-term economic value growth. Responsibility throughout the value chain. Ongoing risk assessment and risk management.
Reduce climate impact, including work to reduce emissions, circularity, the
use of materials, water, waste and biodiversity. Safety and health.
|Annual General Meeting, meetings with analysts,
responses to and dialogue concerning questionnaires
from investors and analysts, meetings with investors,
meetings with individual shareholders, national and
international evaluations. In-depth interviews with
investors and analysts.
|Employees||Responsible ethical enterprise. Safe and secure workplaces. Skills and career development. Good leadership. Equal treatment, diversity and inclusion.||Pilot study for the development of additional dialogue with employees. Daily dialogues, employee surveys, work environment measurements, work environment dialogues, workplace meetings, in-house training, incident follow-ups, performance reviews and student relations.|
|Customers||Responsible ethical enterprise. Professional entrepreneurship. Cooperation and partnerships. Knowledge and skills. Resource capacity, quality, availability. Good working and employment conditions, including safe and secure worksites. Certifications. Climate and environmental awareness and measures to reduce the climate and environmental impact. Focus on resource efficiency, recycling and selection of sustainable materials. Contributing through sustainable innovation and sustainable solutions. Support customers in achieving their climate and environmental objectives. Contribute to local community development. Adaptation of cities and municipalities to climate change, environmental challenges and social requirements.||Personal meetings, partnership projects, dialogue
meetings, customer meetings, trade fairs, customer
questionnaires, question forms from customers,
procurement processes and audits. Worksite visits,
partnering projects, information meetings, networks, contacts with county councils/municipalities and environmental reports.
|Responsible ethical enterprise. Code of Conduct. Climate, emissions in the value chain, transportation, circularity, use of raw materials, energy: reduce energy consumption and use renewable energy, sound working conditions, safety, continuous work to integrate suppliers’ employees at worksites.||In-depth interviews with Group-wide suppliers. Procurement processes, supplier assessments, personal meetings, meetings with suppliers, supplier audits,
sustainability dialogues and partnership projects.
|Society||Good dialogues prior to, during and after the construction and work process, to achieve a favorable end result for all stakeholders. Create accessible, safe, secure and vibrant city districts and living environments. Create appropriate, safe and secure indoor and outdoor environments. Good work environment. Adapt and build with climate change in mind and respect for the environment.||Neighbor dialogues. Dialogue, inclusion and social commitment through, for example, the zoning process, citizen dialogues and communication with tenants and key individuals. Cooperation with colleges and universities. Participation in industry organizations.|