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AGRANA Group - Key Headcount Figures
Average Headcount in the 2016|17 financial year
|of which Sugar segment||2,130|
|of which Starch segment||912|
|of which Fruit segment||5,527|
|Proportion of women (%) (based on core workforce)||29.4%|
at the balance sheet date of 28 February 2017
Within theGRI-reporting boundary
1) Almost all non-permanent positions represent seasonal workers in harvesting (Fruit segment) and processing campaigns.
2) Reporting level 2 and 3.
3) Reporting level 1 (i.e., the reporting level immediately below the Management Board of AGRANA Beteiligungs-AG and regional directors)
4) The Sugar segment includes the staff of AGRANA Beteiligungs-AG.
Training hours of AGRANA employees in the 2016|17 financial year
Training hours of permanent staff within the GRI report boundary
1) The Sugar segment includes the staff of AGRANA Beteiligungs-AG.
Workplace Safety Data for the AGRANA Group1 in the 16|17 financial year
In the 2016|17 financial year there was one fatal accident in the workplace at AGRANA Group1.
In the 2016|17 financial year there were eight accidents of AGRANA contractors. For organisational reasons, these are not included in the AGRANA workplace safety data such as the injury rate, lost day rate and absentee rate.
1 Non-permanent (i.e. fixed-term or temporary) and permanent employees within the GRI reporting boundaries.
2 Injury rate = (total number of accidents5 ÷ total paid hours worked6) × 200,000
3 Lost day rate = (total number of lost days7 ÷ total paid hours worked6) × 200,000
4 Absentee rate = (total number of missed hours due to accident5 and sickness ÷ total paid hours worked6) × 200,000
5 In AGRANA's workplace safety data, injuries are counted as accidents if a scheduled work day is lost. Days are counted from the first scheduled work day missed after the accident (excluding accidents on the way to or from work).
6 Total paid hours worked are defined by AGRANA as contractual work hours plus paid overtime.
8 A work day is assumed to have eight hours.