Assystem - 2018 Register document





3.6.1 KEY INDICATORS In 2011, we drew up a list of key indicators to be used to assess our CSR performance and the impact of the business on our environment and stakeholders. These indicators are tracked regularly and presented in an annual report. They are in addition to the Group key figures presented

on pages 4 and 5 of this Registration Document. The 2018 CSR key indicators are listed below:

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) v4 equivalent

HR indicators* Total number of Group employees* at 31 December


% of permanent contracts at 31 December

G4-10 (b) G4-10 (a)

% of women at 31 December % of seniors* at 31 December

G4-LA12 (a) G4-LA12 (a) G4-LA12 (a) G4-LA1 (a) G4-LA1 (b)

% of employees with disabilities* at 31 December Average age of employees at 31 December (in years)

Number of new hires during the year Employee turnover during the year

G4-LA6 (a and b) G4-LA6 (a and b) G4-LA6 (a et b)

Absentee rate* for the year (number of absentee days lost per 100 days worked) Accident frequency rate* for the year (number of workplace accidents per million hours worked) Accident severity rate* for the year (number of accident days lost per 1,000 hours worked)

Number of employees trained* during the year Total number of hours’ training* given during the year Average duration of training* given during the year (in hours)

G4-LA9 (a) G4-LA9 (a) G4-LA9 (a)

Environmental indicators* Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (in tC O 2 e)

G4-EN15 (a) G4-EN 16 (a) G4-EN 17 (a) G4-EN15 (b)

GHG emissions pe r employee per year (tCO 2 e) Km per employee of business travel by car Km per employee of business travel by air Electricity use (in kWh)


The terms identified by an asterisk * in the above table are defined below: ● total number of Group employees: number of Group employees at 31 December 2018 under permanent, fixed term and project contracts, and work-study contracts, excluding interns, temporary staff and subcontractors and UK contractors. At 31 December 2018, the Group had 5,608 employees; ● workplace accidents: lost-time accidents caused by or that occur during the work of an employee or a person working in any capacity for one or several employers or business owners, whatever the cause. Accident frequency and severity rates correspond to averages calculated based on the number of hours worked; ● training: internal and external classroom and e-learning courses that enable employees to acquire the expertise needed to perform their jobs;

● employees with disabilities: employees whose possibility of finding or keeping a job is reduced due to the alteration of one or more physical, sensory, mental or psychological functions; ● absentee rate: number of days’ absence (sick leave, maternity/ paternity leave) divided by the theoretical number of days worked. The absentee rate is calculated based on the weighted average number of employees; ● employee turnover: number of departures (whatever the reason) calculated as a percentage of the average number of employees for the reporting period. The reported turnover rate does not include Insiema or MPH Global Services and its subsidiaries, because their very high turnover rates are normal due to the nature of their business or specific contractual relationships with employees; ● certain non-material gas volumes are not included (source data not available);

● seniors: employees aged 45 and over;




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