|Female share of total workforce||Consolidated||29.4%|
|Femails in all management posisions, including junior, middle and senior management (as % of tatal management workforce)||Consolidated||17.3%|
|Females in junior management positions, i.e.
first level of management (as % of total junior management positions)
|Females in top management positions, i.e. maximum two levels away from the CEO or comparable positions (as a % of total top management positions)||Non-consolidated||13.3%|
|Females in management positions in revenue-generating
functions (e.g. sales) as a % of all such managers (i.e. excluding support functions such as HR, IT, Legal, etc.)
|Breakdown of workforce based on other minority group(s), e.g. age, nationality, disability, etc.||Non-consolidated||2.41%
(as of June,2020)
|Employee engagement||Unit||FY2016||FY2017||FY2018||FY2019||Target for FY2019|
|Employee engagement||% of actively engaged employees||66%||66%||68%||71%||70%|
|Data coverage||% of total employees||93%||90%||89%||76%||75%|
Managers are ineligible to join the labor union because they are involved in the management of the company. Excluding managers, almost 100% of employees join the labor union.
Essentially 100% of our employees are members of labor unions, excluding managers, who are not permitted to join unions, as they are responsible for administration of operations.