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1. The Outstanding Corporate Sustainability Professionals

1. Domestic Enterprises
2. Foreign Enterpries
1. People Development Awards
2. Creativity in Communication Awards
3. Growth through Innovation Awards
4. Transparency and Integrity Awards
5. Social Inclusion Awards
6. Climate Leadership Awards
7. Sustainable Water Management Awards
8. Supply Chain Management Awards
9. Circular Economy Leadership Awards
10.Gender Equality Award

1. Corporate Sustainability Report Awards

Outstanding Corporate Sustainability Professionals Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    TCSA set up awards to recognize individual that lead corporate with sustainable plan and has outstanding contribution to corporate sustainable development. The "Out Standing Corporate Sustainability Professionals Awards" candidates were recommended by different industrial experts and reviewed by scholars and judges. The review committees view on contestants outstanding achievement, overall contribution, impact and reputation, hope to select the model professional individual that is worth learning from for all corporate owners and managers.
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Corporate Comprehensive Performance
The Most Prestigious Sustainability Award - Top Ten Domestic Corporates , The Most Prestigious Sustainability Award - Top Three Foreign Corporates and Top 50 Sustainable Corporates
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This award recognizes senior enterprise executives for their clear values for corporate sustainability, principles and visions, and for their establishment of clear governance frameworks and objectives, ensuring integration of sustainable strategies into corporate operational concepts, realizing corporate governance, ensuring environmental protection, achieving social harmony, and deploying supply chain management, to assiduously endeavor for global sustainability issues and innovative methods for corporate operational strategies and core competency syntegrity, while implementing exemplary corporate sustainability, and revealing practical efficacy in positive corporate fiscal and operational growth performance, worthy of meritorious recognition as an exemplary domestic enterprise leader.
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    Domestic Enterprises


    Foreign Enterprises
Best Performance of Specific Category
For the Best Performance of Specific Category- Growth through Innovation Awards, People Development Awards, and any of the other eight awards in this category, evaluation is based on “Explanation of Efficacy for Corporate Efforts in Evaluation Dimensions” (constituting 30%) and “Best Practice”(constituting 70%).

     People Development Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    These Awards rely on the GRI G4, Standards and CSR FOR HR (Cohen, 2010) standards for People Development related activities and perspectives, while referring to the People Development indicators in the 2014 Integrated Report (IR) of the largest software firm in Europe, SAP, which was founded in Germany. SAP research indicates that the firm’s People Development indicators metrics directly affects the firm’s earnings and profitability. For example, for every 1% change in the firm’s health culture indicators, there were affects to the percentile of women in senior management positions, employee commitment and participation, and customer loyalty, all of which thus influence earnings and profitability.
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     Creativity in Communication Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This Award relies on the assessment framework of The Materiality Report published by AccountAbility(2006) and secondarily uses the IABC Strategic Creative Communication evaluative framework. For this year’s evaluation beside considering enterprise communication method innovations, we also specially emphasize assessment of communication efficacy, evaluating how creative communication methods of the enterprise affect stakeholder engagement efficacy, and referring to PDCA management cycles to ensure continuous improvements as part of the evaluation framework. (Refer to: AccountAbility official website www.accountability.org )
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     Growth through Innovation Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This award recognizes those enterprise which take innovation as a core corporate mission, and seek to ensure innovation potential throughout the firm’s management culture, products and services, while realizing their creativity results in practical products and service systems. Enterprises must be able to collaborate with customers for joint research and innovation, and to establish close ties with their upper and downstream suppliers and cooperative partners, to attain the objective of common growth. Besides innovation and development of new products and services themselves, there must also be creation of value-added innovation affecting the enterprise internal and external environment, key sales markets and customers.
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     Transparency and Integrity Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    These awards recognize the two dimensions of transparency and integrity, among which the transparency dimension evaluates an enterprise’s degree of disclosure and channels for corporate governance processes, thereby establishing fair and objective operational practices; the integrity dimension primarily evaluates the degree that the enterprise fulfills its commitments to corporate governance, and its clarity in disclosing negative information and the means and channels for such disclosures.
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     Social Inclusion Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This Award relies on the Australian Government’s publication of the Social  Inclusion Principles for Australia, referring to enterprise responsibilities to include in their operational strategies measures designed to meet the needs of disadvantaged groups as clients and customers, through business models of the supply end incorporating them in the enterprise value chain, thereby ensuring a win-win situation for the enterprise and society, with the aim of fostering core corporate objectives and vision of shared values of inclusivity.
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     Climate Leadership Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    These Awards rely on the evaluative framework of the “Climate Change Project(CDP)”  which encourages corporate monitoring and management of greenhouse gas emissions, thereby reducing climate change impacts, and deploying investment risk concepts to undertake activities for corporate greenhouse gas information disclosure and actual emission reduction efforts. Assiduous action to influence suppliers to undertake carbon information disclosure and emission reduction, as well as transformation from a passive approach to a pro-active engagement is also considered.
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     Sustainable Water Management Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    These Awards recognize proactive enterprise efforts to establish climate change and  water resource supply and demand assessment and responsive measures, realizing water resource management and adaptive plans, establishing sustainable and secure water system facilities, disclosing water footprint and use reduction efficacy data, while promoting green economy and industry, and informing stakeholders for reference.
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     Supply Chain Management Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    These Awards rely on the GRI G4, Standards for corporate sustainability in supply chain management operations, with the aim of encouraging corporate senior management levels to establish sustainable supply chain management strategies and clear objectives, determining guidelines for selecting from among suppliers, establishing supplier risk/impact assessment mechanisms, for a comprehensive description of the characteristics of the supply chain, along with accounting for potential changes affecting the enterprise and supplier relations, maintaining appreciation for actual or inchoate negative effects or impacts of suppliers, for use when considering whether to provide supplier guidance or to terminate contracts or take other action, and serving to inform corrective action and provide streamlined activities, to ensure enterprise operations are stable and continue to enjoy efficacy and growth.
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     Circular Economy Leadership Awards
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This Award is modeled after the highly successful Austrian “Banksia Leadership in the Circular Economy Award”, which encourages and recognizes corporate efforts to affect the economy in holistic and naturalistic manner, while protecting and preserving our natural resources, optimizing resource reutilization, and throughout the supply chain emphasizing recycling, enhanced recycling, design, alternative business models, interrupt and closedloop management, innovative applications in commercial models or technologies, generating substantial economic, environmental, and social efficacy.
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     Gender Equality Award
  1. Evaluation Explanation:
    This Award refers to the seven action principles of the United Nations Global Compact for Women’s Empowerment Principles, aiming to encourage measures for enterprise promotion of equal employment, avoid workplace gender stereotypes resulting in workplace gender discrimination, assiduously advance friendly and conducive workplace environments, while ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all employees, and including efforts coalescing with community action and promotional outreach for gender equality, deploying influence from within the corporation to the outside to create a friendly and conducive environment for gender equality.
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Corporate Sustainability Report Awards
Assessing information disclosure completeness, credibility, and communication efficacy of Corporate Sustainability Reports (70%), and corporate online social media information disclosure (30%).
Assessing corporate publishing of Corporate Sustainability Reports (70%)
  1. Assessing corporate publishing of Corporate Sustainability Reports (70%)
    (1) Evaluating report disclosure of corporate information, including validity and detail, transparency, practicality, and communicative functions.
    (2) Assessment framework is not limited.
    (3) Judging follows the international standards of the GRI G4, Standards Guidelines and ACCA Awards criteria.
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  2. Assessing corporate online social media information disclosure (30%):
    (1) Website status for corporate social responsibility or sustainability information disclosure.
    (2) Website maintenance of information accessibility, transparency, timeliness, completeness, and interactivity status.
    (3) Assessment dimensions are as follows
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