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Sustainability
manage, report and optimize.

All-in-One ESG Plattform

With us, companies record and increase their sustainability performance. Through automated processes and intelligent recommendations. Analyze, optimize and communicate your sustainability activities with WeShyft. We offer solutions for the areas:

Increase your company's sustainability performance with our tools & services

Sustainability Reporting

Choose a reporting standard, collect data for the indicators, and report on your sustainability performance.

Supply Chain Management

Track all your suppliers and manage audits, certificates and products. Identify risks and avoid them systematically.

Climate Accounting

Record and analyze the emissions of your company and create a detailed carbon footprint (Soon to come).

Project Management

Define goals and create projects. Set tasks to achieve the goals, assign them to colleagues and keep track of progress.

Sustainability Consulting

We offer you integrated software and consulting solutions to improve your company's ESG performance and achieve measurable progress.

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Efficient data collection

All data in one place

Are you tired of the eternal Excel chaos? Do you spend too much time compiling all the emails you receive? Then WeShyft brings new order to your sustainability management. WeShyft simplifies and automates the collection, processing and visualization of sustainability data. 

Automated reporting

More time for optimization

Faced with this huge challenge of creating a sustainability report and don't even know where to start? Don't panic. We'll guide you through the process step by step, help you find the right indicators, understand all the requirements and implement them – with checklists, examples and templates. And in the end, you get your finished report with just a few clicks.

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Structured teamwork

All tasks at a glance

Sustainability is a joint task involving many colleagues from different departments. With WeShyft, colleagues can be integrated into workflows and tasks can be distributed. Collaborative work, commenting and adding to texts and indicators is also part of the process. Of course, everything is done in the WeShyft system and without annoying compilation of data. 

More than 350 Action Advices

Implement improvements

We have developed over 350 optimization measures. For each individual indicator, discover concrete ideas on how you can improve it in order to increase your company's sustainability performance. With the help of project management, the measures can be immediately assigned responsibilities and transferred to implementation.

Why ESG reporting?

Providing information on ESG indicators is expected by legislators, investors and customers more than ever.

Whereas a few years ago an annual sustainability report would have been sufficient, today stakeholders want to be informed in real time. Sustainability performance has become a decisive factor for the financial success of a company: Executive compensation or raising capital is increasingly tied to these metrics. We offer some examples of what and how other companies are reporting.

GRI 401-1: Employee Turnover

GLS Bank gained 103 new employees in the reporting period, most of them at the Bochum location, while 59 employees left GLS Bank in the reporting period. The fluctuation rate is thus 7.8%. Due to the strong growth of the company in previous years, the number of employees who have been with GLS Bank for less than ten years still predominates in 2020. In addition, two apprentices were taken on after successfully passing their final exams in the 2020 reporting year and twelve trainees worked at GLS (incl. Beteiligungs-AG).

GRI 301-2: Recycled input materials used

REWE Group supports the promotion and use of recycled paper for flyers and other print media used in administration. The share of environmentally friendly paper in total consumption was almost 100% in 2020. Recycled paper (with or without the Blue Angel) accounted for about 97 percent of environmentally friendly paper. The remaining three percent used virgin fiber paper from sustainable forestry certified by the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®), Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (PEFC™) or the EU Ecolabel.

GRI 403-6: Promotion of worker health

Merck promotes the health of its employees through occupational health management. The basis for this is provided by the health indicators collected, which lead to target group- and company-specific prevention offers. Both mental and physical illnesses play a role in the creation of the offer (e.g. counseling, mindfulness courses, ergonomics counseling, Mobilie gyms and Weightwatchers at Work). Merck also supports a healthy and balanced diet for employees through its canteen. In addition, Merck was awarded the "Excellence" certification of the BKK Dachverband e. V., which stands for exemplary health management and meets the quality criteria of the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion.

GRI 404-1: Average hours of training per year per employee

In 2020, Commerzbank invested 638,411 hours, including self-learning media and classroom events, in the training and continuing education of employees at Commerzbank AG Germany. A total of 35,115 employees took part in training courses offered on the central learning platform. The average number of hours per employee per year was 18.18 in the reporting period. There were also no significant differences with regard to gender. Commerzbank also supports 938 apprenticeships (trainees and students), 69.7% of which were taken on in 2020.

GRI 303-4: Water discharge

At Siemens, most of the water (around 70 %) is used as cooling water. After it has been used as cooling water, this water can simply be returned to the natural cycle. The volume of wastewater excluding chemically unchanged cooling water at Siemens amounted to 4.6 million m3 in fiscal year 2021. This represents a decrease of 9.6% compared to the fiscal year 2020. The largest share of wastewater excluding cooling water is accounted for by sanitary wastewater. Part of the decrease can be attributed to the sale of the gear manufacturer Flender.

GRI 305-2 & 305-5: Energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions & Reduction of GHG emissions

Henkel is committed to the 1.5-degree target and has made it one of its goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its production operations. The CO₂ footprint from production through externally sourced energy (Scope 2) lies at around 208,000 metric tons of CO₂(equivalents). This means that Henkel has already reduced Scope 2 emissions by around 44% since 2010. In order to become climate-positive by 2040, Henkel aims to reduce energy consumption at its production sites and increase energy efficiency by at least 50 % in each case by 2030 (base year 2010). To achieve this, Henkel is using renewable energy at an increasing number of production sites, adapted to local site conditions and markets.

GRI 305-3: Other indirect (Scope 3) GHG emissions

In addition to Scope 1 and 2 emissions, DHL also collects Scope 3 emissions. Emissions from upstream transport and distribution, in particular transport services (e.g. global freight forwarding, freight), account for the significant share of emissions at 66.5%. In addition to these, DHL also provides information on business travel (air travel), commuting and purchasing. This results in a total of 33.5 million tons of CO2 emissions that fall under Scope 3. In the downstream value chain, DHL does not report certain emission sources, such as waste generated in operations and end-of-life treatment of products sold, as the emissions were only estimated and are of limited relevance for packages of measures. In 2019, DHL was able to reduce the emissions generated from transport services by 2%.

GRI 306-2: Management of significant waste-related impacts

At Vaude, all waste is collected by local disposal companies and disposed of properly or recycled at the recycling center. Some of the material residues at the Tettnang-Obereisenbach site are collected separately and passed on to a recycling company. In 2020, 82% of the waste at Vaude consisted of cardboard and mixed paper, 11% residual waste, 10% garden waste and organic waste, 2% plastic, 1% plastic material residues and 1% construction waste. The residual waste generated is one of the biggest challenges for Vaude. This mostly arises from leftovers in the manufactory that can no longer be upcycled. What cannot be used is incinerated. In order to continue reducing residual waste, various measures such as cut optimization and industry partnerships are implemented. In addition, Vaude successfully strives to decouple corporate growth and waste development.

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