Key Performance Indicator G4-LA6
Type of injury and rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days and absenteeism, and total number of work-related fatalities, by region and by gender.
In 2015, there were no reportable work accidents at Deutsche Hypo. No absenteeism due to work-related illness was reported. The absence rate due to illness was around 3.7 % in the year under review (previous year: 3.0%).
Key Performance Indicator G4-LA8
Health and safety topics covered in formal agreements with trade unions.
A company agreement on the reintegration of staff was concluded jointly with the works council in 2015, the purpose of which is to enable employees to get back to work and to keep working in the long term in a manner that is sustainable.
Key Performance Indicator G4-LA9
Average hours of training per year per employee, by gender and by employee category.
• Managers: 118 classroom-based seminar days (previous year: 52)
• Employees: 643 classroom-based seminar days (previous year: 459)
• Total: 761 classroom-based seminar days (previous year: 511)
Deutsche Hypo therefore allowed each employee on average 2 classroom-based seminar days in 2015 (previous year: 1.3).
Key Performance Indicator G4-LA12
Composition of governance bodies and breakdown of employees per employee category according to gender, age group, minority group membership, and other indicators of diversity.
In 2015, Deutsche Hypo had 57% male employees and 43% female employees. The two members of the Board of Managing Directors are male. Of the six members of the Supervisory Board, one is female (17% female quota). The share of female managers in Deutsche Hypo was around 11%.
Employees by age group:
• 30 or under = 11.2% (previous year: 10.9%)
• 31–50 = 59.0% (previous year: 52.3%)
• 51 or over = 29.8% (previous year: 38.8%)
Key Performance Indicator G4-HR3
Total number of incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken.
The ethical principles of Deutsche Hypo prohibit any form of discrimination due to e.g. their gender, age, disability, ethnic origin, religion or belief, sexual identity, political views or union activity. No such cases were reported in the year under review.