4 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY Sopra Steria: A committed and responsible Group, making a sustainable, human and enlightened contribution
$#)' *) $# )$ (*() # ! + !$%" #) $ !( ) '$* ) " ) ' ! ). " )' - Materiality analysis helps identify and prioritise the most relevant material and non-financial issues for the Group and its stakeholders. Looking out to 2023, we have identified 17 priorities in the materiality matrix as being directly aligned with the Group’s business model and strategy. The relevant information is set out in the introduction, “Integrated presentation of Sopra Steria”, of this Universal Registration Document (pages 8 and 11).
The analysis is shown graphically in the form of a matrix plotting the significance of priorities for the Group (x-axis) against their significance for the organisation’s external stakeholders (y-axis).
MATERIALITY MATRIX ❙
IMPORTANCE FOR STAKEHOLDERS
Client satisfaction Security and data protection
Diversity and equal opportunity
Direct environmental impact of activities
Attracting and retaining talent
Indirect environmental impact of activities
Skills development and transformation
Civic engagement Responsible supply chain
Culture and values
Labour relations Staff well-being and commitment
IMPORTANCE FOR SOPRA STERIA
Market and business conduct priorites
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the 17 global and ethical goals, Sopra Steria directly or indirectly supports the priorities adopted by the United Nations General Assembly for the 17 United Nations SDGs. This contribution is further detailed in the period to 2030. Together they form a plan of action for peace, tables breaking down issues pertaining to the materiality matrix and humanity, the planet and prosperity. Through its corporate presented under the various policies and achievements set out in responsibility programmes targeting social, societal, environmental this Universal Registration Document.