Stakeholders

MURRAY & ROBERTS STRIVES TO COMMUNICATE AND ENGAGE OPENLY, EFFECTIVELY AND INCLUSIVELY WITH KEY STAKEHOLDERS.

We define our key stakeholders as groups or individuals impacted by our operations, with an interest in what we do or the ability to influence our activities, in proximity to our operations or who are dependent on Murray & Roberts. Mutual trust and understanding between the Group and its stakeholders is imperative.

  • Clients
  • Employees
  • Shareholders and investment community
  • Financial institutions
  • Government and regulators
  • Murray & Roberts operating companies
  • Joint-venture partners/service providers/ suppliers/subcontractors
  • Unions
  • Communities
  • Special and other interest groups.

The Group continuously interacts with these stakeholder groups, as our relationship with each has a direct impact on the sustainability of our business.

  • be based on the Group’s stakeholder engagement philosophy;
  • clearly define the scope of engagement;
  • focus on issues material to the organisation and/or its stakeholders;
  • create opportunities for dialogue;
  • be transparent;
  • be timely; and
  • be flexible and responsive.

The Murray & Roberts Group stakeholder engagement policy rests the responsibility for implementing the policy with the Group business platform executives, managing directors and the Group communications function. The policy states that the Group will:

  • Comply with laws, and the principles and best practice recommendations set out in the King III pertaining to stakeholder relationships;
  • Establish clear accountability for effective stakeholder engagement;
  • Consider the views and concerns of stakeholders in the Group’s strategic and operational decision-making;
  • Integrate stakeholder engagement into the ongoing management activities of the Group and its companies;
  • Strive to measure and manage the gap between stakeholder perceptions and the performance of the Group and its companies;
  • Ensure that stakeholders are treated fairly and equitably in line with the Group’s values;
  • Create a transparent and honest environment for stakeholders to interact with the Group;
  • Provide complete, timely, relevant, accurate, honest and accessible information to its stakeholders while having regard to legal and strategic considerations;
  • Proactively communicate with stakeholders and seek their views and feedback using various appropriate communication channels/mediums;
  • Promote awareness in Group companies of the importance, value and methodologies for stakeholder consultation and relationship management; and
  • Seek ways to better manage and improve stakeholder engagement procedures and performance.

Our engagement processes seek to ensure that interaction with stakeholders in all our markets is effective and ongoing. Various methods are used across the Group to engage with stakeholders. These methods, among others, are grouped into the following categories:

  • Face-to-face engagement (one-on-one meetings, citizen panels/public meetings, including “town hall” meetings);
  • Technological engagement (website, intranet, email, SMS); and
  • Printed engagement (media releases, newsletters, internal magazines, integrated report).

 


For a complete report on our Stakeholder Engagement see our online integrated report.

  • Donique De Figueiredo

    Ed Jardim

    Group Investor and Media Executive
+27 11 456 6379

eduard.jardim@murrob.com