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MYTILINEOS Holdings Sustainability Report
2014
MYTILINEOS Holdings Sustainability Report
2014
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7.1 Employment
The employment policy of MYTILINEOS Group is characterised by its stability
and consistent reference to the Group's core business values and to specific
Greek and international standards. Recognising that employees are the
fundamental pillar for the achievement of its business goals, the Group is
focusing, in addition to Health and Safety at the workplace, on strengthening
and maintaining a work environment that provides opportunities for
individual and teamdevelopment, aswell as onmaintaining the high level of
professionalism of its personnel, as its top priorities.
The Group’s subsidiaries are fully aligned with these employment policy
priorities and, in addition, they:
• Create significant conditions for growth in local employment, by
encouraging recruitment from the local labour market as a priority.
• Have in place reliable personnel selection procedures, which
adapt to the particularities and needs of their individual activity
sectors and are aimed at assessing the qualifications / skills of
candidates in relation to corporate requirements and needs as
well as their personality traits.
In 2014, the Group employed a total of 2,137 persons. In all geographical
regions where the Group operates, its employees come in their majority
from the local population. In addition, the Group's standard practice to
include in the management teams of its subsidiaries people coming from
the local communities, benefits the local economy and improves the ability
of the Group's subsidiaries to understand local needs.
During the six long years of economic crisis, the Group’s long-standing
objectives to strengthen employment, invest in its people and promote
decent work are becoming an established priority, as also attested by the
aggregate data on the Group's total workforce in 2014, given below:
Workforce Data
Total
workforce
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total
2,020
1,965
2,001
2,137
Breakdown by gender
Men
1,732
1,703
1,739
1,843
Women
288
262
262
294
Breakdown by geographical region and by gender
Sterea
1,470
1,547
1,602
1,641
Men
1,248
1,345
1,410
1,402
Women
222
202
192
210
Thessaly
172
167
169
190
Men
160
156
159
180
Women
12
11
10
10
Peloponnese
23
42
41
93
Men
21
37
37
76
Women
2
5
4
17
Macedonia
79
23
38
32
Men
62
14
26
21
Women
17
9
12
11
Other regions
61
45
41
16
Men
55
42
38
13
Women
6
3
3
3
Jordan
9
44
65
Men
9
40
60
Women
0
4
5
Algeria
28
70
Men
21
64
Women
7
6
Syria
5
2
16
14
Men
4
2
16
14
Women
1
0
0
0
Turkey
32
113
28
11
Men
18
83
21
8
Women
14
31
7
3
Iraq
10
6
5
Men
10
6
5
Women
0
0
0
Total
employees
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total
1,623
1,584
1,607
1,721
Breakdown by gender
Men
1,417
1,389
1,413
1,500
Women
206
193
194
221
Breakdown by type of employment contract and by gender
Indefinite
duration
1.540
1,480
1,508
1,601
Men
1,342
1,297
1,327
1,407
Women
198
183
181
194
Fixed-term
83
104
99
120
Men
75
93
85
94
Women
6
11
14
26
Breakdown by employment type and by gender
Full-time
1,620
1,580
1,602
1,718
Men
1,414
1,387
1,410
1,498
Women
206
193
192
220
Part-time
3
4
5
3
Men
2
3
2
2
Women
1
1
3
1
Total supervised
employees
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total
397
384
401
416
Breakdown by gender
Men
315
315
331
343
Women
82
69
70
73
*The number of total workforce includes employees and supervised employees. The
number of contractors of ALUMINUM OF GREECE (approximately 360 people) is not
included. It is planned to be incorporated in the Sustainability Report 2015 (new base
year for the Group's workforce numbers), in accordance with the GRI-G4 guidelines.
55.7%
Metallurgy
& Mining Sector
32.2%
EPC Projects
Sector
8.7%
Energy
Sector
Total employment by activity sector (%)
Corporate
Centre
3.4%
39.7%
Corporate
Centre
23.8%
Energy
Sector
22.8%
EPC Projects
Sector
Total employment by activity sector (%) - Women
Metallurgy
& Mining
Sector
5.4%
Metallurgy
& Mining
Sector
87%
Energy
Sector
Employment from local communities, by activity sector (%)
98.7%
65%
EPC Projects
Sector
• The Group’s direct personnel
increased by
7.1%
.
• The low percentages of employees working
under
fixed-term employment con-
tracts (6.9%)
and of
part-time employ-
ees (0.17%)
confirm, for yet another year, the
Group’s intention to build long-term associa-
tions with its people.
• Total employment in the Group
rose by 6.8%
compared to 2013, thus helping achieve the pri-
mary target set, which was to maintain jobs.
79.2%
of full-time employees work under con-
tracts based on collective bargaining.
• The participation of women in total employment
rose by 0.7 percentage points to
13.7%.
• The percentage of senior management exec-
utives in the Group’s subsidiaries who come
from the local communities rose to
67,9%.
• The number of employees from local commu-
nities was
87.6,
up by 2.6 percentage points
from the previous year.
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