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More Henkel Corporate Reporting 2015
Policymakers and government authorities often seek out the expertise of companies in their political decision-making processes. Within this context, it is possible for us to describe how political considerations impact Henkel, our employees and business partners and for us to provide pertinent experience-based knowledge. Our worldwide “Representation of Interests in Public Affairs” standard provides clear guidance on conduct for this. We also openly provide information about our fields of interest and the scope of our work involving governmental or political affairs through our entry in the Transparency Register of the European Union.
At the end of October 2015, the German Federal Government extended an invitation to a nationwide dialog on the further development of the national sustainability strategy. Around 500 representatives from the political world and from companies and associations, discussed how the global sustainability goals of the UN could be implemented at the national level. Kathrin Menges, Executive Vice President Human Resources and Chair of Henkel’s Sustainability Council, opened the discussion session on the topic of sustainable corporate management.