In accordance to the 5 principles of AA1000 SES: 2015 “Stakeholder Engagement Standard”, we systematically identified the stakeholder groups by considering the scope of the engagement, and the attributes of stakeholders as follow: dependency, responsibility, tension, influence, and diverse perspectives. Our CSR committee initially brought forward 19 categories of stakeholders. Then using a 5-point scale from the scale of 1, lowest, to scale of 5, highest, we further narrowed down to our top 8 categories of stakeholders; they are employees, consumers, management, raw material suppliers, shareholders, product supplier chain, vendors and communities. After the identifying process, we sent out surveys via emails, phone calls, and postal mail to these identified stakeholders to evaluate what issues are material to them and use the responses as our references toward future developments.
Employees: native workers and migrant worker
Consumers: General public consumers and agriculture, forestry, fishery and animal husbandry customers
Raw Material Suppliers/Dealers: Domestic and International
Shareholders: General Public & Institutions
Product Supply Chain
Communities: Neighborhood Resident