解决社会问题和环境挑战:公司致力于通过主动解决环境问题和挑战为社会做出贡献。这些挑战包括碳排放、满足食品和能源需求、与城市化相关的社会影响、人口老龄化、与数字鸿沟、网络攻击和犯罪相关的问题(Kobayashi et al.， 2014)。
It is very important for the companies to prepare the sustainability report and corporate social responsibilities. This report has been prepared to analyse the sustainability report of Fujitsu and bring out the key aspects that have been included. Fujitsu is operating in the ICT sector and provides hardware and software solutions for its clients for implementing the business processes.
Fujitsu has been preparing the sustainability report that is quite different from the global reporting initiatives G4 guidelines. The sustainability reporting of the company is focussed around the impact of ICT on environment and how to mitigate the effect. The sustainability report of the company has been analysed. It includes the corporate social responsibilities (CSR) initiatives by the company. The primary concerns highlighted in the sustainability report which are social issues, environmental challenges and workforce development. Apart from this the risk management, corporate governance and compliance issues have also been included in the sustainability report. A brief on these aspects has been provided below.
Solving social issues and environmental challenges: The company has focussed on contributing to the society by taking initiatives for addressing the environmental challenges and issues. These challenges include carbon emissions, meeting food and energy demand, social impact related to urbanization, aging population, issues related to digital divide and cyber attacks and crime (Kobayashi et al., 2014).
Workforce Development: It has been one of the aspects that have been highlighted in the sustainability report. The issues related to workforce and its role in achieving the business targets of the company. There are initiatives taken for enhancing the role of female employees, imparting training for development of leadership skills and increasing the acceptance of for the diversity in the workforce (Molla, 2013).