MYTILINEOS HOLDINGS - SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 - page 34

1. Corporate image & reputation
2. Legal & Regulatory Compliance
3. Tax Compliance
4. Dialogue with Stakeholders
5. Employee Safety
6. Employee Health
7. Employee Satisfaction
8. Employee Education &Training
9. Employee Development
10. Strengthening employability
(recruitment from local communities)
(0)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
No
impact
Insignificant
Impact
Limited
impact
Moderate
impact
Significant
impact
Very
significant
impact
IMPACT
LEVEL
SOCIAL FOOTPRINT 2013
Impact: 0/5
Impact: 1.75/5
Impact: 2/5
Impact: 0/5
Impact: 0/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact: 0.5/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact: 0.5/5
Impact 2012: 0/5
Impact 2012: 0/5
Impact 2012: 2/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
Impact 2012: 1.25/5
Impact 2012: 2/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
Impact: 2/5
Impact 2012: 2/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact 2012: 1/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact 2012: 4/5
Impact: 0/5
Impact 2012: 0/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact: 0/5
Impact 2012: 0/5
Impact: 3,5/5
Impact 2012: 3,5/5
SOCIAL
FOOTPRINT COMPONENTS
Impact: 0.75/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
11. Investments to meet basic needs in the life
of local communities
12. Preference for products and services from
local suppliers
13. Promotion of the right to health and avoidance
of activities posing a risk to public health
14. Actions to combat corruption
15. Actions to combat forced labour
16. Actions to combat forced labour in the
company’s principal suppliers and business
partners
17. Actions to combat child labour
18. Actions to combat child labour in the
company’s key suppliers and business
partners
6.1 SOCIAL FOOTPRINT OF MYTILINEOS GROUP
T
rue to our commitment, we have established and are disclosing for the second consecutive year our Social Footprint, so that any devia-
tions in our social performance are immediately visible to our Stakeholders.
SOCIAL
PERFORMANCE
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