Workforce Reporting
for CSRD

The EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will impact more than 50,000 organizations globally. Part of the Directive focuses on organizations own workforce reporting. Crunchr can help organizations to get this right effectively and efficiently.

What's in the guide?

Required workforce metrics

The standards for workforce reporting include both qualitative and quantitative data related to performance measures, working conditions, diversity, and compensation. Read our guide to get a list of example metrics.

Impact on companies

CSRD offers opportunities for businesses to achieve greater social impact, and strengthen credibility. Companies are required to gather, and disclose a large amount of data, which can be handled more efficiently.

Requirements and timelines

CSRD will apply to 75% of businesses in the European Economic Area. It is expected that the standards will be finalized in the fall of 2023. The implementation of the rules is scheduled to take place between 2024 and 2028.

Get the guide

Download our free guide to prepare your business for compliance with the new CSRD requirements. Learn what types of workforce metrics need to be reported, as well as the timelines for your company. Find out how Crunchr can help you to easily collect and report the necessary workforce data to ensure a smooth transition to CSRD reporting.

Get Your ESRS Reporting Checklist

Ensure you are CSRD compliant with our ESRS Reporting Checklist - taking you through everything you need and more here.