Data Summary

Indicator Metric 2020 2019 2018
Our Profile
102-3, 102-4, REVENUE (OOO’S), BY COUNTRY $1,213,000 $1,159,000 $1,053,000
102-5, 102-7 CANADA $119,000 $105,000 $97,000
GERMANY $25,000 $26,000 $24,000
USA $967,000 $923,000 $835,000
Other $102,000 $105,000 $97,000
102-7 TOTAL NUMBER OF FACILITIES 28 27 25
Our Products
PERCENT OF REVENUE FROM C2C CERTIFIED PRODUCTS 21% -- --
SALES FROM C2C CERTIFIED PRODUCTS (IN MILLIONS) $251 -- --
RT-CP-410A.2 REVENUE FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE REUSABLE $0 -- --
RT-CP-410A.2 REVENUE FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE RECYCLABLE (IN MILLIONS) $334 -- --
RT-CP-410A.2 REVENUE FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE COMPOSTABLE $0 -- --
RT-CP-410A.2 PERCENT OF REVENUE FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE RECYCLABLE, REUSABLE OR COMPOSTABLE 28% -- --
RT-CP-410A.2 PERCENT OF PACKAGING PRODUCTS SALES THAT ARE RECYCLABLE, REUSABLE OR COMPOSTABLE 47% -- --
301-1 RAW MATERIALS PURCHASED (METRIC TONS) 260 186 191
MATERIALS USED BY WEIGHT OR VOLUME - RENEWABLE 60,493 -- --
% RENEWABLE 23% -- --
MATERIALS USED BY WEIGHT OR VOLUME - NON RENEWABLE 199,567 -- --
% NON RENEWABLE 77% -- --
RT-CP-410A.1 PERCENT OF RAW MATERIALS FROM
% FROM RECYCLED CONTENT 0.01% -- --
% FROM RENEWABLE CONTENT 23% -- --
% FROM RECYCLED AND RENEWABLE CONTENT 23.01% -- --
301-2 RECYCLED INPUT MATERIALS USED, IN METRIC TONS 38 -- --
PERCENTAGE OF RECYCLED INPUT MATERIALS USED TO MANUFACTURE THE ORGANIZATION’S PRIMARY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. 0.01% -- --
Our People
102-8; RT-CP-000.C EMPLOYEES BY EMPLOYMENT TYPE AND GENDER
Total 3,599 3,603 --
# FULL TIME 3,590 3,586 --
# PART TIME 9 17 --
#, % MALE 2,820; 78% 2,816; 78% --
#, % FEMALE 779; 22% 787; 22% --
EMPLOYEES BY EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT, BY GENDER
# MALE, PERMANENT 2,820 -- --
# MALE, TEMPORARY 499 -- --
# FEMALE, PERMANENT 779 -- --
# FEMALE, TEMPORARY 0 -- --
EMPLOYEES BY EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT, BY REGION
# NORTH AMERICA, TOTAL 3,021 2,893 --
# PERMANENT; # TEMPORARY 3,021; 0 -- --
# EUROPE, TOTAL 131 131 --
# PERMANENT; # TEMPORARY 131; 0 -- --
# INDIA, TOTAL 946 579 --
# PERMANENT; # TEMPORARY 447; 499 -- --
EMPLOYEES BY EMPLOYMENT TYPE, BY GENDER
# MALE, FULL-TIME 2,816 -- --
# MALE, PART-TIME 4 -- --
# FEMALE, FULL-TIME 774 -- --
# FEMALE, PART-TIME 5 -- --
EMPLOYEES BY AGE
#; % UNDER 30 625; 17% 694; 19% --
#; % BETWEEN 30-50 1,712; 48% 1,655; 46% --
#; % OVER 50 1,262; 35% 1,254; 35% --
403-9 SAFETY PERFORMANCE
TCIR (TOTAL CASE INCIDENT RATE) EMPLOYEES 1.9 2.6 2.6
TOTAL NUMBER OF INCIDENTS (EMPLOYEES) 78 107 --
LWCIR (LOST WORKDAY CASE INCIDENT RATE) EMPLOYEES 0.6 0.9 1.1
EMPLOYEE FATALITIES (NUMBER) 0 0 0
EMPLOYEE FATALITIES (RATE) 0 0 0
NUMBER OF HIGH-CONSEQUENCE EMPLOYEE WORK-RELATED INJURIES 2 5 --
RATE OF HIGH-CONSEQUENCE EMPLOYEE WORK-RELATED INJURIES 0.05 0.12 --
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEE HOURS WORKED (MILLIONS) (INCIDENT RATE BASIS) 8.2 8.2 --
401-1 NUMBER AND RATE OF NEW EMPLOYEE HIRES 741 -- --
#; RATE UNDER 30 YEARS OLD 309; 42% -- --
#; RATE 30-50 YEARS OLD 345; 47% -- --
#; RATE OVER 50 YEARS OLD 87; 12% -- --
#; RATE MALE 604; 82% -- --
#; RATE FEMALE 137; 18% -- --
#; RATE US 516; 70% -- --
#; RATE CANADA 79; 11% -- --
#; RATE EUROPE 27; 4% -- --
#; RATE INDIA 119; 16% -- --
404-1 NUMBER AND RATE OF EMPLOYEE TURNOVER 852 -- --
#; RATE OF WOMEN LEAVING 175; 5% -- --
#; RATE OF MEN LEAVING 677; 19% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING UNDER AGE 30 326; 9% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING AGE 30-50 342; 9% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING 51 AND OLDER 184; 5% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING US 461; 13% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING CANADA 130; 4% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING EU 25; 1% -- --
#; RATE OF PEOPLE LEAVING INDIA 236; 7% -- --
404-3 TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF PERFORMANCE REVIEWS CONDUCTED 55% 50% --
TOTAL WORLDWIDE 1972 -- --
#; % MALE 1,588; 81% -- --
#; % FEMALE 384; 19% -- --
TOTAL HOURLY 903 -- --
#; % MALE 817; 41% -- --
#; % FEMALE 86; 4% -- --
TOTAL SALARIED 1,069 -- --
#; % MALE 771; 39% -- --
#; % FEMALE 298; 15% -- --
401-3 PARENTAL LEAVE TAKEN BY COUNTRY
ELIGIBLE MALES
UNITED STATES 1,822 -- --
INDIA 438 -- --
CANADA 442 474 --
EUROPE 112 105 --
ELIGIBLE FEMALES
UNITED STATES 523 -- --
INDIA 9 13 --
CANADA 222 242 --
EUROPE 19 15 --
MALES TAKING LEAVE
UNITED STATES 16 -- --
INDIA 0 -- --
CANADA 6 2 --
EUROPE 5 4 --
FEMALES TAKING LEAVE
UNITED STATES 5 -- --
INDIA 0 -- --
CANADA 4 8 --
EUROPE 0 1 --
MALES RETURNING TO WORK AFTER LEAVE
UNITED STATES 15 -- --
INDIA 0 -- --
CANADA 4 1 --
EUROPE 5 4 --
FEMALES RETURNING TO WORK AFTER LEAVE
UNITED STATES 5 -- --
INDIA 0 -- --
CANADA 0 4 --
PORTUGAL 0 1 --
102-24 DIVERSITY OF GOVERNANCE BODIES
TOTAL 11 -- --
MALE 8 -- --
FEMALE 3 -- --
UNDER 30 0 -- --
30-50 2 -- --
OVER 50 10 -- --
412-1 TOTAL NUMBER OF OPERATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO HUMAN RIGHTS REVIEWS OR HUMAN RIGHTS IMPACT ASSESSMENTS, BY COUNTRY. 5 -- --
USA 5 -- --
CANADA 0 -- --
EU/PORTUGAL 0 -- --
INDIA 0 -- --
TOTAL % OF OPERATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO HUMAN RIGHTS REVIEWS OR HUMAN RIGHTS IMPACT ASSESSMENTS, BY COUNTRY. 18% -- --
TOTAL # SITES IN US 19 -- --
% SITES ASSESSED IN US 26% -- --
% SITES ASSESSED IN CANADA 0% -- --
% SITES ASSESSED IN EU 0% -- --
% SITES ASSESSED IN INDIA 0% -- --
102-41 % OF OPERATIONS WITH COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
IN US 23% 24% --
OUS 12% 11% --
406-1 TOTAL NUMBER OF INCIDENTS OF DISCRIMINATION CONFIDENTIAL -- --
204-1 PERCENTAGE OF THE PROCUREMENT BUDGET USED FOR SIGNIFICANT LOCATIONS OF OPERATION THAT IS SPENT ON SUPPLIERS LOCAL TO THAT OPERATION (SUCH AS PERCENTAGE OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PURCHASED LOCALLY).
ASIA 9% -- --
EUROPEAN UNION 2% -- --
102-9 NORTH AMERICA 89% -- --
ANNUAL PROCUREMENT SPEND (IN MILLIONS) $465 -- --
Our Planet
NUMBER OF IPS FACILITIES 15 -- --
NUMBER OF ISO 50001 CERTIFIED FACILITIES 2 -- --
NUMBER OF ISO 14001 CERTIFIED FACILITIES 3 -- --
307-1 COMPLIANCE
NON COMPLIANCE VIOLATIONS / 3 3 3
FINES (IN THOUSANDS) $43 $0 $0
SIGINIFICANT SPILLS 0 0 0
305-3 TRANSPORTATION (SMARTWAY), IN CO2 METRIC TONS 49,061 28,492 24,143
UPS CARBON NEUTRAL PROGRAMS OFFSETS, IN CO2 METRIC TONS 930 467 --
ENERGY USE (IN TERAJOULES)
302-1 DIRECT ENERGY USE 739 794 719
% DECREASE IN SCOPE 1 ENERGY (2019-2020) 7.03% -- --
AMOUNT FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES 6 4 1
AMOUNT FROM NON RENEWABLE SOURCES 733 790 718
302-2 INDIRECT ENERGY USE 874 892 742
% DECREASE IN SCOPE 2 ENERGY USE (2019-2020) 1.95% -- --
302-3 ENERGY INTENSITY RATIO (IN GIGAJOULE/METRIC TON) 5.30 5.71 --
REDUCTION IN ENERGY INTENSITY FOR GOAL (2019-2020) 7.16% -- --
RT-CP-130A.1 ENERGY USE, IN TERAJOULES 1,613 1686 1461
PERCENTAGE FROM THE ELECTRIC GRID 100% 100% 100%
PERCENTAGE RENEWABLE <1% <1% <1%
SELF GENERATED ENERGY, IN TERAJOULES 6 4 1
305-1; RT-CP-110A.1 DIRECT (SCOPE 1) GHG EMISSIONS (SCOPE 1), IN CO2 METRIC TONS 37,474 39,807 36,173
% REDUCTION IN DIRECT EMISSIONS (2019-2020) 5.86% -- --
305-2 INDIRECT (SCOPE 2) GHG EMISSIONS, IN CO2 METRIC TONS 120,772 118,179 100,796
% INCREASE IN SCOPE 2 EMISSIONS 2.19% -- --
305-4 CARBON INTENSITY (IN METRIC TONS CO2 / METRIC TONS PRODUCTION) 0.52 0.54 --
REDUCTION IN CARBON INTENSITY FOR GOAL (2019-2020) 2.79% -- --
TOTAL CARBON EMISSIONS, IN METRIC TONS 158,246 157,986 136,969
PERCENT INCREASE IN CARBON EMISSIONS 0.17% -- --
306-3 WASTE, IN METRIC TONS 29,147 8828 8607
306-3 HAZARDOUS WASTE, IN METRIC TONS 708 1448 1382
306-3 NON HAZARDOUS WASTE, IN METRIC TONS 28,439 7380 7225
306-4 HAZARDOUS WASTE DIVERTED FROM DISPOSAL, IN METRIC TONS 2 -- --
AMOUNT PREPARED FOR REUSE 0 -- --
AMOUNT RECYCLED 2 -- --
AMOUNT OTHER RECOVERY OPERATIONS 0 -- --
306-4 NON HAZARDOUS WASTE DIVERTED FROM DISPOSAL, IN METRIC TONS 11,453 -- --
AMOUNT PREPARATION FOR REUSE 30 -- --
AMOUNT RECYCLING 11,423 -- --
AMOUNT RECOVERY OPERATIONS 0 -- --
306-5 HAZARDOUS WASTE DIRECTED TO DISPOSAL, IN METRIC TONS 706 -- --
INCINERATION 147 -- --
WASTE TO ENERGY 558 -- --
LANDFILL 1 -- --
OTHER 0 -- --
306-5 NON HAZARDOUS WASTE DIRECTED TO DISPOSAL, IN METRIC TONS 16,986 -- --
INCINERATION 48 -- --
WASTE TO ENERGY 140 -- --
LANDFILL 16,794 -- --
OTHER 4 -- --
303-3; RT-CP-140A.1 WATER USAGE, IN MEGALITERS 533 569 452
REDUCTION IN WATER USE 2019-2020, IN MEGALITERS 36 -- --
% REDUCTION IN WATER USE 2019-2020, IN MEGALITERS 6.37% -- --
FROM SURFACE WATER NA NA NA
FROM GROUNDWATER 52 46 5
FROM SEAWATER NA NA NA
FROM PRODUCED WATER NA NA NA
FROM THIRD-PARTY WATER, IN MEGALITERS 481 523 447
303-3; RT-CP-140A.1 WATER USAGE IN WATER STRESSED REGIONS, IN MEGALITERS 116 123 --
REDUCTION WATER USE - WATER STRESSED REGIONS 2019-2020, IN MEGALITERS 7 -- --
% REDUCTION IN WATER USE WATER STRESSED REGIONS 2019-2020 IN MEGALITERS 5.53% -- --
FROM SURFACE WATER NA NA NA
FROM GROUNDWATER 43 40 --
FROM SEAWATER NA NA NA
FROM PRODUCED WATER NA NA NA
FROM THIRD-PARTY WATER 73 83 --
RT-CP-140A.3 NUMBER OF INCIDENTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE ASSOCIATED WITH WATER QUALITY PERMITS, STANDARDS, AND REGULATIONS 2 -- --
305-7; RT-CP-120A.1 VOC EMISSIONS (IN METRIC TONS) 908 1019 1425
Our Performance
201-1 DIRECT ECONOMIC VALUE GENERATED AND DISTRIBUTED (IN US DOLLARS) -- --
I DIRECT ECONOMIC VALUE GENERATED: REVENUES; $1,213,000 -- --
II ECONOMIC VALUE DISTRIBUTED: OPERATING COSTS, EMPLOYEE WAGES AND BENEFITS, PAYMENTS TO PROVIDERS OF CAPITAL, PAYMENTS TO GOVERNMENT BY COUNTRY, AND COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS; $1,186,000 -- --
III ECONOMIC VALUE RETAINED: ‘DIRECT ECONOMIC VALUE GENERATED’ LESS ‘ECONOMIC VALUE DISTRIBUTED’. $27,000 -- --
201-4 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENT, IN TAX CREDITS AND OTHER INCENTIVES, IN US DOLLARS (MILLIONS) $3.7 -- --
308-1 A PERCENTAGE OF NEW SUPPLIERS THAT WERE SCREENED USING ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA. 0 -- --
414-1 A PERCENTAGE OF NEW SUPPLIERS THAT WERE SCREENED USING SOCIAL CRITERIA. 0 -- --

UNGC Index

UNGC PRINCIPLES APPROACH LOCATION IN REPORT CROSS REFERENCE TO GRI INDICATORS
HUMAN RIGHTS
1.
Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights.
At the heart of our corporate values is our commitment to people. Our values of Passion, Integrity, Performance, and Teamwork are built on a foundation of individuals who are the embodiment of our Company’s culture. These values commit us to support and nurture our employees and the communities in which we work.
  • Human Rights & Labor Standards
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Employee Experience
  • Code of Conduct
Human Rights & Labor Standards: GRI 102-41; GRI 406-1; GRI 407-1; GRI 408-1; GRI 409-1; GRI 412-1; GRI 412-2;
GRI 412-3
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Supply Chain Management: GRI 102-9; GRI 204-1; GRI 414-1;
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Inclusion & Diversity: GRI 405-1;
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Employee Experience: GRI 401-1; GRI 401-2; GRI 401-3
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Code of Conduct:
GRI 102-16; GRI 102-17; GRI 205-1; GRI 205-2; GRI 205-3; GRI 419-1
2.
Businesses should make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
The IPG Code of Conduct provides an overview of IPG’s commitment to doing business the right way and sets out basic guiding principles that apply to all directors, management personnel, employees, business partners and other stakeholders, regardless of location. The code requires compliance with laws, regulations, and IPG’s policies and procedures, including our Human Rights Policy Statement.
LABOR STANDARDS
3.
Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining.
The Code of Conduct provides an overview of IPG’s commitment to doing business the right way and sets out basic guiding principles that apply to all directors, management personnel, employees, business partners and other stakeholders, regardless of location. The code requires compliance with laws, regulations, and IPG’s policies and procedures.
  • Human Rights & Labor Standards
  • Code of Conduct
  • Supply Chain Management
Human Rights & Labor Standards: GRI 102-41; GRI 406-1; GRI 407-1; GRI 408-1; GRI 409-1; GRI 412-1; GRI 412-2; GRI 412-3
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Code of Conduct: GRI 102-16; GRI 102-17; 419-1
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Supply Chain Management: GRI 102-9; GRI 414-1
4.
Businesses should uphold the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor.
5.
Businesses should uphold the effective abolition of child labor.
These policies and procedures include: Human Rights Policy Statement; Whistleblower Policy, Commitment to I&D, and Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation Prevention Policy.
6.
Businesses should uphold the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
ENVIRONMENT
7.
Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges.
IPG is a packaging and protective solutions company, and we make many of our products from plastic or paper. Concern about plastic use, and its presence in the environment, has been growing steadily. We acknowledge this reality and take steps to drive changes, both within our walls and in the industry, to realize more sustainable solutions. IPG has adopted a Sustainable Product Design and Development Vision Statement, which places the precautionary principle as outlined in the Compact and the C2C principles as central pillars to guide our aspirational sustainable product lifecycle goals. Our vision commits us to eliminate the use of toxic substances from new and existing products and our manufacturing processes and incorporate recycled and renewable materials in product design and purchasing while maintaining product performance. At its core, our vision will allow us to apply “Safe and Circular” concepts to our design and development of our products.
  • Circular Economy
  • Waste
  • Energy & Climate
  • Water
  • Data Summary
  • Supply Chain Management
Circular Economy: GRI 301-1; GRI 301-2
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Waste: GRI 306-1 through 306-5;
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Energy & Climate: GRI 302-1 through 302-3; GRI 305-1 through 305-4;
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Water: GRI 303-1 through 303-4;
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Data Summary: GRI 305-7
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Supply Chain Management: GRI 308-1
8.
Businesses should undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility.
9.
Businesses should encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
ANTI-CORRUPTION
10.
Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.
The Code of Conduct provides an overview of IPG’s commitment to doing business the right way and sets out basic guiding principles that apply to all directors, management personnel, employees, business partners and other stakeholders, regardless of location. The code requires compliance with laws, regulations, and IPG’s policies and procedures. These policies and procedures include: Anti-Bribery and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Policy; Insider Trading Policy; and Whistleblower Policy.
  • Code of Conduct
  • Supply Chain Management
Code of Conduct:
GRI 102-16; GRI 102-17; GRI 205-1 through 205-3; GRI 419-1
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Supply Chain Management:
GRI 414-1
Communication on Progress - UN Global Compact

GRI Index 102-55

GRI STANDARD GRI STANDARD TITLE DISCLOSURE NO. DISCLOSURE TITLE LOCATION IN REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-1 NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-2 ACTIVITIES, BRANDS, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-3 LOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-4 LOCATION OF OPERATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-5 OWNERSHIP AND LEGAL FORM ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-6 MARKETS SERVED ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-7 SCALE OF THE ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-8 INFORMATION ON EMPLOYEES AND OTHER WORKERS ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-9 SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-10 SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE ORGANIZATION AND ITS SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-11 PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE OR APPROACH OUR APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY; PRODUCT DESIGN AND INNOVATION
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-12 EXTERNAL INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-13 MEMBERSHIP OF ASSOCIATIONS PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-14 STATEMENT FROM SENIOR DECISION-MAKER A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO AND PRESIDENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-15 KEY IMPACTS, RISKS, AND OPPORTUNITIES A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO AND PRESIDENT/SUCCESSES & OPPORTUNITIES
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-16 VALUES, PRINCIPLES, STANDARDS, AND NORMS OF BEHAVIOR CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-17 MECHANISMS FOR ADVICE AND CONCERNS ABOUT ETHICS CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-18 GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-22 COMPOSITION OF THE HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY AND ITS COMMITTEES GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-23 CHAIR OF THE HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-24 NOMINATING AND SELECTING THE HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-25 CONFLICTS OF INTEREST CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-26 ROLE OF HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY IN SETTING PURPOSE, VALUES, AND STRATEGY GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-27 COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE OF HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-31 REVIEW OF ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND SOCIAL TOPICS GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-32 HIGHEST GOVERNANCE BODY’S ROLE IN SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING GOVERNANCE
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-40 LIST OF STAKEHOLDER GROUPS OUR APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY; STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-41 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-42 IDENTIFYING AND SELECTING STAKEHOLDERS STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-43 APPROACH TO STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-44 KEY TOPICS AND CONCERNS RAISED STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-45 ENTITIES INCLUDED IN THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 20-F SECTION ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND PROPERTY, PLANTS AND EQUIPMENT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-46 DEFINING REPORT CONTENT AND TOPIC BOUNDARIES OUR APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-47 LIST OF MATERIAL TOPICS OUR APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-48 RESTATEMENTS OF INFORMATION ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-49 CHANGES IN REPORTING ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-50 REPORTING PERIOD ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-51 DATE OF MOST RECENT REPORT ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-52 REPORTING CYCLE ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-53 CONTACT POINT FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING THE REPORT ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-54 CLAIMS OF REPORTING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GRI STANDARDS ABOUT THIS REPORT
GRI 102 GENERAL DISCLOSURES 2016 102-55 GRI CONTENT INDEX GRI INDEX
GRI 103 MANAGEMENT APPROACH 2016 103-1 EXPLANATION OF THE MATERIAL TOPIC AND ITS BOUNDARY RELEVANT SECTIONS, AS APPROPRIATE
GRI 103 MANAGEMENT APPROACH 2016 103-2 THE MANAGEMENT APPROACH AND ITS COMPONENTS RELEVANT SECTIONS, AS APPROPRIATE
GRI 103 MANAGEMENT APPROACH 2016 103-3 EVALUATION OF THE MANAGEMENT APPROACH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 201 ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE 2016 201-1 DIRECT ECONOMIC VALUE GENERATED AND DISTRIBUTED ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 201 ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE 2016 201-2 FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS AND OTHER RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 201 ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE 2016 201-3 DEFINED BENEFIT PLAN OBLIGATIONS AND OTHER RETIREMENT PLANS ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 201 ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE 2016 201-4 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENT DATA SUMMARY
GRI 202 MARKET PRESENCE 2016 202-2 PROPORTION OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT HIRED FROM THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
This information is currently unavailable. IPG is currently working to understand if the employee population reflects the communities where we operate, and this information will be used to inform goals and timelines for meeting them.
GRI 204 PROCUREMENT PRACTICES 2016 204-1 PROPORTION OF SPENDING ON LOCAL SUPPLIERS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
GRI 205 ANTI-CORRUPTION 2016 205-1 OPERATIONS ASSESSED FOR RISKS RELATED TO CORRUPTION CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 205 ANTI-CORRUPTION 2016 205-2 COMMUNICATION AND TRAINING ABOUT ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 205 ANTI-CORRUPTION 2016 205-3 CONFIRMED INCIDENTS OF CORRUPTION AND ACTIONS TAKEN CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 206 ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR 2016 206-1 LEGAL ACTIONS FOR ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR, ANTI-TRUST, AND MONOPOLY PRACTICES CODE OF CONDUCT
GRI 207 TAX 2019 207-1 APPROACH TO TAX ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 207 TAX 2019 207-2 TAX GOVERNANCE, CONTROL, AND RISK MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 207 TAX 2019 207-4 COUNTRY BY COUNTRY REPORTING ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
GRI 301 MATERIALS 2016 301-1 MATERIALS USED BY WEIGHT OR VOLUME CIRCULAR ECONOMY
GRI 301 MATERIALS 2016 301-2 RECYCLED INPUT MATERIALS USED CIRCULAR ECONOMY
GRI 302 ENERGY 2016 302-1 ENERGY CONSUMPTION WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 302 ENERGY 2016 302-2 ENERGY CONSUMPTION OUTSIDE OF THE ORGANIZATION ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 302 ENERGY 2016 302-3 ENERGY INTENSITY ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 303 WATER AND EFFLUENTS 2018 303-1 INTERACTIONS WITH WATER AS A SHARED RESOURCE WATER
GRI 303 WATER AND EFFLUENTS 2018 303-2 MANAGEMENT OF WATER DISCHARGE-RELATED IMPACTS WATER
GRI 303 WATER AND EFFLUENTS 2018 303-3 WATER WITHDRAWAL WATER
GRI 303 WATER AND EFFLUENTS 2018 303-4 WATER DISCHARGE WATER
GRI 305 EMISSIONS 2016 305-1 DIRECT (SCOPE 1) GHG EMISSIONS ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 305 EMISSIONS 2016 305-2 ENERGY INDIRECT (SCOPE 2) GHG EMISSIONS ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 305 EMISSIONS 2016 305-3 OTHER INDIRECT (SCOPE 3) GHG EMISSIONS ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 305 EMISSIONS 2016 305-4 GHG EMISSIONS INTENSITY ENERGY AND CLIMATE
GRI 305 EMISSIONS 2016 305-7 NITROGEN OXIDES (NOX), SULFUR OXIDES (SOX), AND OTHER SIGNIFICANT AIR EMISSIONS DATA SUMMARY
GRI 306 WASTE 2020 306-1 WASTE GENERATION AND SIGNIFICANT WASTE-RELATED IMPACTS WASTE
GRI 306 WASTE 2020 306-2 MANAGEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT WASTE-RELATED IMPACTS WASTE
GRI 306 WASTE 2020 306-3 WASTE GENERATED WASTE
GRI 306 WASTE 2020 306-4 WASTE DIVERTED FROM DISPOSAL WASTE
GRI 306 WASTE 2020 306-5 WASTE DIRECTED TO DISPOSAL WASTE
GRI 307 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE 2016 307-1 NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS OPERATIONS
GRI 401 EMPLOYMENT 2016 401-1 NEW EMPLOYEE HIRES AND EMPLOYEE TURNOVER EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 401 EMPLOYMENT 2016 401-2 BENEFITS PROVIDED TO FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES THAT ARE NOT PROVIDED TO TEMPORARY OR PART-TIME EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 401 EMPLOYMENT 2016 401-3 PARENTAL LEAVE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 402 LABOR/MANAGEMENT RELATIONS 2016 402-1 MINIMUM NOTICE PERIODS REGARDING OPERATIONAL CHANGES EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-1 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-2 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, AND INCIDENT INVESTIGATION WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-3 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-4 WORKER PARTICIPATION, CONSULTATION, AND COMMUNICATION ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-5 WORKER TRAINING ON OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-6 PROMOTION OF WORKER HEALTH WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-8 WORKERS COVERED BY AN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-9 WORK-RELATED INJURIES WORKER SAFETY
GRI 403 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 2018 403-10 WORK-RELATED ILL HEALTH WORKER SAFETY
GRI 404 TRAINING AND EDUCATION 2016 404-1 AVERAGE HOURS OF TRAINING PER YEAR PER EMPLOYEE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 404 TRAINING AND EDUCATION 2016 404-2 PROGRAMS FOR UPGRADING EMPLOYEE SKILLS AND TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 404 TRAINING AND EDUCATION 2016 404-3 PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYEES RECEIVING REGULAR PERFORMANCE AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT REVIEWS EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
GRI 405 DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 2016 405-1 DIVERSITY OF GOVERNANCE BODIES AND EMPLOYEES INCLUSION & DIVERSITY
GRI 406 NON-DISCRIMINATION 406-1 INCIDENTS OF DISCRIMINATION AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS
GRI 407 FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND COLLECTIVE 407-1 OPERATIONS AND SUPPLIERS IN WHICH THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING MAY BE AT RISK HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS; SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMENT
GRI 408 BARGAINING 2016 408-1 OPERATIONS AND SUPPLIERS AT SIGNIFICANT RISK FOR INCIDENTS OF CHILD LABOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS; SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMENT
GRI 409 CHILD LABOR 2016 409-1 OPERATIONS AND SUPPLIERS AT SIGNIFICANT RISK FOR INCIDENTS OF FORCED OR COMPULSORY LABOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS; SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMENT
GRI 412 FORCED OR COMPULSORY LABOR 2016 412-1 OPERATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO HUMAN RIGHTS REVIEWS OR IMPACT ASSESSMENTS HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS
GRI 412 HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT 2016 412-2 EMPLOYEE TRAINING ON HUMAN RIGHTS POLICIES OR PROCEDURES HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS
GRI 412 HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT 2016 412-3 SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS THAT INCLUDE HUMAN RIGHTS CLAUSES OR THAT UNDERWENT HUMAN RIGHTS SCREENING HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR STANDARDS
GRI 413 HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT 2016 413-1 OPERATIONS WITH LOCAL COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, IMPACT ASSESSMENTS, AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS COMMUNITY STEWARDSHIP
GRI 413 LOCAL COMMUNITIES 2016 413-2 OPERATIONS WITH SIGNIFICANT ACTUAL AND POTENTIAL NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY STEWARDSHIP
GRI 414 LOCAL COMMUNITIES 2016 414-1 NEW SUPPLIERS THAT WERE SCREENED USING SOCIAL CRITERIA SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
GRI 415 SUPPLIER SOCIAL ASSESSMENT 2016 415-1 POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
IPG does not make any direct political contributions. Currently, we are unaware of any indirect political contributions from memberships of association.
GRI 416 PUBLIC POLICY 2016 416-1 ASSESSMENT OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY IMPACTS OF PRODUCT AND SERVICE CATEGORIES PRODUCT PERFORMANCE
GRI 417 CUSTOMER HEALTH AND SAFETY 2016 417-1 REQUIREMENTS FOR PRODUCT AND SERVICE INFORMATION AND LABELING PRODUCT PERFORMANCE
GRI 417 MARKETING AND LABELING 2016 417-2 INCIDENTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE CONCERNING PRODUCT AND SERVICE INFORMATION AND LABELING
There were no incidents of non-compliance concerning product and service information labeling.
GRI 417 MARKETING AND LABELING 2016 417-3 INCIDENTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE CONCERNING MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
There were no incidents of non-compliance concerning marketing communications.
GRI 418 MARKETING AND LABELING 2016 418-1 SUBSTANTIATED COMPLAINTS CONCERNING BREACHES OF CUSTOMER PRIVACY AND LOSSES OF CUSTOMER DATA DATA SECURITY
GRI 419 CUSTOMER PRIVACY 2016 419-1 NON-COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND REGULATIONS IN THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC AREA CODE OF CONDUCT

SASB Index

Topic Code ACCOUNTING METRIC LOCATION IN REPORT
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS RT-CP-110A.1 GROSS GLOBAL SCOPE 1 EMISSIONS, PERCENTAGE COVERED UNDER EMISSIONS-LIMITING REGULATIONS ENERGY AND CLIMATE
RT-CP-110A.2 DISCUSSION OF LONG-TERM AND SHORT-TERM STRATEGY OR PLAN TO MANAGE SCOPE 1 EMISSIONS, EMISSIONS REDUCTION TARGETS, AND AN ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE AGAINST THOSE TARGETS ENERGY AND CLIMATE
AIR QUALITY RT-CP-120A.1 AIR EMISSIONS OF THE FOLLOWING POLLUTANTS: (1) NOX (EXCLUDING N2O), (2) SOX, (3) VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS), AND (4) PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) DATA SUMMARY
ENERGY MANAGEMENT RT-CP-130A.1 (1) TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMED, (2) PERCENTAGE GRID ELECTRICITY, (3) PERCENTAGE RENEWABLE, (4) TOTAL SELF-GENERATED ENERGY ENERGY AND CLIMATE
WATER MANAGEMENT RT-CP-140A.1 (1) TOTAL WATER WITHDRAWN, (2) TOTAL WATER CONSUMED, PERCENTAGE OF EACH IN REGIONS WITH HIGH OR EXTREMELY HIGH BASELINE WATER STRESS WATER
RT-CP-140A.2 DESCRIPTION OF WATER MANAGEMENT RISKS AND DISCUSSION OF STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES TO MITIGATE THOSE RISKS WATER
RT-CP-140A.3 NUMBER OF INCIDENTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE ASSOCIATED WITH WATER QUALITY PERMITS, STANDARDS, AND REGULATIONS WATER
WASTE MANAGEMENT RT-CP-150A.1 AMOUNT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATED, PERCENTAGE RECYCLED WASTE
PRODUCT SAFETY RT-CP-250A.1 NUMBER OF RECALLS ISSUED, TOTAL UNITS RECALLED
There were no recalls during the reporting period.
RT-CP-250A.2 DISCUSSION OF PROCESS TO IDENTIFY AND MANAGE EMERGING MATERIALS AND CHEMICALS OF CONCERN PRODUCT MATERIAL HEALTH
PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT RT-CP-410A.1 PERCENTAGE OF RAW MATERIALS FROM: (1) RECYCLED CONTENT, (2) RENEWABLE RESOURCES, AND (3) RENEWABLE AND RECYCLED CONTENT CIRCULAR ECONOMY
RT-CP-410A.2 REVENUE FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE REUSABLE, RECYCLABLE, AND/OR COMPOSTABLE PRODUCT DESIGN AND INNOVATION
RT-CP-410A.3 DISCUSSION OF STRATEGIES TO REDUCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF PACKAGING THROUGHOUT ITS LIFECYCLE PRODUCT DESIGN AND INNOVATION; PRODUCT MATERIAL HEALTH
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT RT-CP-430A.1 TOTAL WOOD FIBER PROCURED, PERCENTAGE FROM CERTIFIED SOURCES CIRCULAR ECONOMY
ACTIVITY METRIC RT-CP-000.C # OF EMPLOYEES ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW