As part of our services, we help organizations conduct due diligence evaluations (Assurance) for their corporate responsibility reports. This involves monitoring the manner in which the report is prepared and the final outcome, verifying the information based on leading GRI and AA1000 principles and standards – providing stakeholders with confidence that the report was properly written.
Good Vision conducted due diligence evaluations for Bank HaPoalim’s corporate responsibility report, according to four principles based on the standard:
- Significance – Including issues of substance to the bank.
- Completeness – Complete presentation of the figures to prevent bias.
- Balance – Including positive and negative issues.
- Continuity – Creating a chronological order for the readers.
The aim of our evaluation was to submit a clear, complete, transparent and worthy report to the readers.