SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

SOCIETY

             

This section provides information about how HMBV focuses on being a sustainable company and attractive employer.

  • Our people
    Characteristics of the employees
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Total number person 209 222
    Permanent employees person 190 207
    • male
    person 161 175
    • female
    person 29 32
    • domestic
    person 182 201
    • foreign
    person 8 6
    Temporary employees person 17 13
    • male
    person 15 13
    • female
    person 2 0
    • domestic
    person 15 11
    • foreign
    person 2 2
    Non-guaranteed hours employees person 2 2
    • male
    person 2 2
    • female
    person 0 0
    • domestic
    person 2 2
    • foreign
    person 0 0
    Full-time employees person 156 171
    • male
    person 141 156
    • female
    person 15 15
    • domestic
    person 147 146
    • foreign
    person 9 10
    Part-time employees person 53 51
    • male
    person 37 34
    • female
    person 16 17
    • domestic
    person   49
    • foreign
    person   2

     

    Leavers, hires and turnover
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Number of employees person 209 222
    Leavers (headcount) person 14 1
    Retired person 5 0
    FTE person 190 207
    Hires (headcount) person 26 17
    Male person 161 175
    Female person 29 32
    Turnover % 92,5 93

     

    Work-life balance
      unitFY2022FY2023
    Percentage of employees that exceed 48 working hours per week in the applicable reference period   % 0 0
    Number of employees entitled to family-related leave, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    person 161 177
    • female
    person 29 32
    Number of employees entitled to family-related leave, disaggregated by type of family-related leave
    • parental leave
    person 37 34
    • care leave
    person 190 209
    Number of employees that took family-related leave, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    person 13 9
    • female
    person 1 2
    Number of employees that took family-related leave, disaggregated by type of leave
    • parental leave
    person 7 5
    • care leave
    person 7 8
    Return to work of employees that took parental leave, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    % 100 100
    • female
    % 100 100
    Retention rates of employees that took parental leave, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    % 0 0
    • female
    % 0 0
    Number of employees entitled to take advantage of flexible work arrangements for caring purposes, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    person 161 177
    • female
    person 25 28
    Number of employees that took advantage of flexible work arrangements for caring purposes, disaggregated by gender
    • male
    person    
    • female
    person    
    Number of employees that took advantage of flexible work arrangements for caring purposes, disaggregated by type of arrangement
    • shortened work hours
    person    
    • telework
    person    

     

    Non-employee workersunitFY2022FY2023
    Number of workers engaged in HMBV's core business who are not employees, i.e. persons who are not in an employment relationship with HMBV, but whose work is controlled by it and perform roles that are the same as or similar to those of its employees or are otherwise engaged in HMBV's core business person 3 6



  • Diversity & equal opportunity
    Discrimination incidents
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Number of incidents of discrimination, including harassment, during the reporting period Q'ty 0 0
    Number of incidents reviewed by the undertaking Q'ty 0 0
    Total number of remediation plans being implemented Q'ty 0 0
    Total number of remediation plans that have been implemented, with results reviewed through routine internal management review processes Q'ty 0 0
    Total number of incidents no longer subject to action Q'ty 0 0

     

    Employment of persons with disabilities
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Percentage of employees with disabilities % 0,5 0,5
    Total number of own workers with disabilities broken down by gender      
    • male
    person 1 1
    • female
    person 0 0

     

    Equal opportunities and rights
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Total amount of fines, penalties, and compensation for damages as a result of violations regarding own workers´ equal opportunities rights as specified under the objectives section 0 0
    Number of complaints filed through operational-level grievance mechanisms for each of the matters Q'ty 0 0
    Number of complaints resolved through remediation for each of the matter Q'ty 0 0
    Total amount of fines, penalties, and compensation for damages as a result of violations regarding workers' other work-related rights as specified under the objectives section 0 0



  • Training, education and skills development
    Training programmesunitFY2022FY2023
    Percentage of employees covered by training programmes for each employee category % 100 100
    • permanent employees
    % 100 100
    • temporary employees
    % 100 100
    • non-guaranteed hours employees
    %    
    • full-time employees
    % 100 100
    • part-time employees
    % 100 100

     

    Performance and career development reviews
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Percentage of employees covered by regular performance and career development reviews for each employee category % 85 60
    • permanent employees
    % 93 60
    • temporary employees
    % 0 0
    • non-guaranteed hours employees
    % 0 0
    • full-time employees
    % 85 60
    • part-time employees
    % 85 60

     

    Training hoursgenderunitFY2022FY2023
    Average number of training hours per person in own workforce by employee category and gender   h 15  
    • permanent employees
    m h 16  
      f   8  
    • temporary employees
    m h 20  
      f   20  
    • non-guaranteed hours employees
    m h 2  
      f   0  
    • full-time employees
    m h 15  
      f   10  
    • part-time employees
    m h 36  
      f   11  
    • total
      h 2836  
    Percentage of employees that are on rotation, promoted or stationing over the total number of employees by gender m % 5,58  
      f   1,86  
    Average expenses on training per full-time equivalent (FTE)   k € 475,35 467,21
    Total expenses on training per full-time equivalent (FTE)   k € 83.954,86 90.480,17

    Career management and training policy

    Proper training and education of staff is of great importance to HMBV. HMBV has therefore set the next goal:
    '100% of the employees that required education for their function have followed it by 2030'.

    KPIsunitFY2022FY2023
    Share of employees that receive regular performance and career development reviews % 85 60
    Share of employees that have agreed to our Code of Conduct % 100 100

     

  • Occupational health & safety

    Occupational health and safety is of utmost importance to HMBV. For this reason, the following target is set: '100% of management and employees must be trained in safety by 2030'.

    Health and safety management system
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Number of fatalities as a result of work-related injuries person 0 0
    Rate of fatalities as a result of work-related injuries % 0 0
    Number of recordable work-related injuries Q'ty 5 6
    Rate of recordable work-related injuries % 4,4 6,1
    Number of fatalities as a result of work-related ill health person 0 0
    Number of cases of recordable work-related ill health Q'ty 0 0
    Number of days lost to work-related injuries and fatalities from work-related accidents day 5 43
    Number of days lost to work-related ill health day 0 0
    Number of fatalities from ill health person 0 0
    Absentee days for specific categories of own workers day 0 0
    Percentage of own workers that are not eligible for health care benefits either through the undertaking or a government programme % 0 0

     

    KPIs
     
    KPIunitFY2020FY2021FY2022FY2023
    Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) % 3,5 6 6,2 6,1
    Lost time injury (LTI) (#) Q'ty 1 2 2 2
    Total recordable injuries (TRI) (#) Q'ty 2 6 5 6
    Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) % 2,08 5,62 4,37 4,89 
    Minor injuries and accidents (#) Q'ty 0 0 4 4



  • Social security and collective bargaining coverage
    Social security and collective bargaining coverage
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Percentage of employees eligible for social security % 100 100
    Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements % 100 100
  • Annual total compensation ratio
    Annual total compensation ratio
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Ratio of the basic salary and remuneration of women to men for each employee category, by country      
    • permanent employees
    ratio 100:100 100:100
    • temporary employees
    ratio 100:101 100:100
    • non-guaranteed hours employees
    ratio    
    • full-time employees
    ratio 100:100 100:100
    • part-time employees
    ratio 100:100 100:100
    Ratio of the annual total compensation ratio of the highest paid individual to the median annual total compensation for all employees (excluding the highest-paid individual) ratio 13,49 13,49
    Ratio of the percentage increase in annual total compensation for the undertaking's highest-paid individual to the median percentage increase in annual total compensation for all employees (excluding the highest-paid individual) %    
  • Work stoppages
    Work stoppages
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Number of major work stoppages Q'ty 0 0
    Number of workers involved person 0 0
    Length in days of each stoppage day 0 0
    Calculation of the total number of idle person-days FTE due to major work stoppages person 0 0
  • Forced & child labour
    Forced & child labour
    unitFY2022FY2023
    Number of incidents forced labour and/or, the trafficking of persons for the purposes of forced or compulsory labour i.e. human trafficking identified in our workforce Q'ty 0 0
    Number of incidents of child labour identified in our workforce Q'ty 0 0
  • Supplier environment & social assessment

    HMBV attaches great importance to the sustainability of its suppliers. For this reason, a self-assessment form has been developed to determine the sustainability of its suppliers. This is in order to reach the target of '60% self-assessment or audit of suppliers by 2030'. Currently, 22% of critical suppliers have completed the self-assessment form. HMBV aims to increase this percentage to 100% by the end of 2023. Over time, HMBV will also support its suppliers to register with EcoVadis.

    Sustainable procurement

    Our current sustainability procurement rate is 25%. HMBV aims to increase the sustainability procurement rate to 60% by 2030.

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