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Number of employees by country

GRI 2-7 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Total Employees 19,950 21,215 23,207
Brazil 11,539 12,041 12,800
Argentina 2,712 2,609 2,627
Australia - - 1,040
Chile 27 25 25
Colombia 2,568 1,490 1,497
Paraguay 1,878 2,912 3,141
Uruguay 1,226 2,138 2,102

Context

Minerva Foods completed the 2022 year with more than 23 thousand employees, taking into account all its operations across the different countries in which it operates in South America and Oceania. The Company also contracted 453 service providers in Brazil, 688 in the Latam Division and 41 in the Australia Division, performing activities in the industrial units, distribution centers and offices.

Number of employees by age group

GRI 2-7 GRI 405-1 SDG 5 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Total Employees 19,950 21,215 22.167
Under 30 years 7,814 9,080 9.079
Between 30 and 50 years 9,513 10,085 10.904
Over 50 years 2,623 2,050 2.184

Context

Diversity is present in the day-to-day operations of Minerva Foods as it conducts operations in different parts of the world and among different cultures. The Company philosophy of respect for people, including its employees, communities and other stakeholders, prohibits any form of discrimination. All practices for hiring and compensation are in accordance with the labor laws of the locations of operation, in addition to internal rules and regulations, making no distinction on the basis of gender, age, race and/or any other protected factor.

*Indicator considers information from the Brazil division and Latam division

Employee Turnover

GRI 401-1 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Turnover rate (%) 26,00 22,00 3,68

Context

Recognition is an essential value in Minerva Foods’ culture, and it is encouraged on a daily basis. Recognition is given to professionals for their contributions, aligning their requirements with the Company’s expectations. The Company’s global turnover for 2022 was 3.68%, representing a significant improvement compared to the previous year, in which the index was 22%. Details of this indicator can be found, by country, at the end of this report.

Collective bargaining agreements

GRI 2-30 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
% employees included in collective agreements Brazil 100 100 100
% employees included in collective agreements Argentina 93.40 93.00 94.25
% employees included in collective agreements Colombia - - -
% employees included in collective agreements Paraguay 28.68 42.00 40.97
% employees included in collective agreements Uruguay 100 100 100

Context

In Brazil and Uruguay, all employees are represented by collective bargaining agreements that govern the terms and conditions of their employment contracts, including salary adjustments and benefits. In Paraguay, more than 40% of the employees are represented by collective agreements and all others are covered under individual employment contracts governed by local labor laws. In Argentina, employees in management positions have negotiated specific contracts in accordance with local legislation and are not included in bargaining agreements. Colombia does not have collective bargaining agreements and all contracts are subject to the provisions of local labor legislation.

Compensation and benefits

GRI 202-1 SDG 10 SDG 5 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Average variation between the lowest wage and the minimum wage 1.42 1.27 1.37
Brazil 1.01 1.01 1.00
Argentina 2.10 1.93 1.96
Colombia 1.00 1.00 1.00
Paraguay 1.00 1.00 1.17
Uruguay 1.97 1.43 1.74

Context

There is no salary differentiation by gender in the same functional category.

Training and capacity building, by gender

2020 2021 2022
Average hours of training per employee 4,92 7,12 8,04
Brazil
Men 5,07 6,81 6,56
Women 3,22 5,34 5,06
Latam
Men 6,60 8,56 11,59
Women 4,78 7,76 16,58
Australia
Men - - 3,74
Women - - 4,72

Context

The Leadership Development Program (PDL) has progressed in training leaders in people management. Approximately 1,300 individuals were trained in the South American countries of operation. All participants received individual and group training on topics such as feedback, communication, situational leadership, decision making, organizational culture and safety.
In addition, a leadership assessment was conducted in 2022 to identify strengths and opportunities, thereby creating a more comprehensive program that supports the development needs of participants.
Further training and development for teams was provided through training seminars for traders on origination and costs, as well as professional courses for operational functions. Employees are also provided with language courses based on their performance, as well as technical improvement courses.

The indicator per job function was calculated only for Brazil in 2021. Only Argentina, Colombia and Paraguay training were accounted for in the Latam division. In Uruguay, the average training per employee is 45 hours and, given the management process, it is not possible to provide the indicator by job function or gender.

Performance evaluation

GRI 404-3 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
% employees who received performance evaluation 9.75 20.10 31.93
Board 28.81 52.25 100
Managers 100.00 97.74 81.28
Coordination 86.46 96.46 44.05
Supervision 100.00 88.26 64.82
Administration 30.32 87.80 61.53
Operational 1.45 3.74 25.35

Context

Minerva Foods adopts annual performance assessment cycles for management and administrative levels, with stages that include self-assessment, assessment by managers, setting goals, feedback meetings and drawing up an Individual Development Plan (PDI). The evaluation is based on the values ​​of the organizational culture, which include Sustainability.

*Data for 2020 and 2021 refer to Brazil only. For 2022 the figures include Brazil and Latam.

Number of employees by gender

GRI 2-7 GRI 405-1 SDG 5 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Total Employees 19,950 21,215 23,207
Men 15,119 15,901 16,963
Women 4,831 5,314 6,244

Context

Minerva Foods completed the 2022 year with more than 23 thousand employees, taking into account all its operations across the different countries in which it operates in South America and Oceania. The Company also contracted 453 service providers in Brazil, 688 in the Latam Division and 41 in the Australia Division, performing activities in the industrial units, distribution centers and offices.

Number of employees by group

GRI 2-7 GRI 405-1 GRI 405-2 GRI 405-3 GRI 405-4 GRI 405-5 GRI 405-6 SDG 10 SDG 11 SDG 12 SDG 13 SDG 5 SDG 8 SDG 9
2020 2021 2022
Board - - 55
Managers - - 216
Coordination - - 276
Supervision - - 609
Administration - - 2.693
Operational - - 18,328

Context

Minerva Foods completed the 2022 year with more than 23 thousand employees, taking into account all its operations across the different countries in which it operates in South America and Oceania. The Company also contracted 453 service providers in Brazil, 688 in the Latam Division and 41 in the Australia Division, performing activities in the industrial units, distribution centers and offices.

*Indicator started to be consolidated in 2022

Number of service providers

GRI 2-8 GRI 405-1 GRI 405-2 GRI 405-3 GRI 405-4 SDG 10 SDG 11 SDG 5 SDG 8 SDG 9
2020 2021 2022
Total Employees - 765 1,172
Brazil - - 453
Latam - - 678
Australia - - 41

Context

Minerva Foods completed the 2022 year with more than 23 thousand employees, taking into account all its operations across the different countries in which it operates in South America and Oceania. The Company also contracted 453 service providers in Brazil, 688 in the Latam Division and 41 in the Australia Division, performing activities in the industrial units, distribution centers and offices.

*Indicator started to be reported by division in 2022

Diversity in governance bodies

GRI 405-1 SDG 10 SDG 5 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
By gender - 17 20
Men - 17 19
Women - - 1
By age group - 17 20
Over 50 years - 15 17
Between 30 and 50 years - 2 3
Under 30 years - 0 0

Context

*Governance bodies included the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.

% Employees from underrepresented groups by country

GRI 405-1 SDG 10 SDG 5 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Brazil - - 55,33
Argentina - - 9,25
Colombia - - 13,49
Paraguay - - 23,56
Uruguay - - 15,03

Context

For Brazil, underrepresented groups included women, black/brown, LGBTQIA+, and PCDs (people with disabilities). For all other countries, only women were considered.

 

*Indicator started to be consolidated in 2022

Proportion between base salary and remuneration paid, by employee category

GRI 405-1 SDG 4 SDG 8
2020 2021 2022
Board
Brazil - - 1,49
Latam - - 1,00
Managers
Brazil - - 1,76
Latam - - 1,28
Coordination
Brazil - - 1,48
Latam - - 1,05
Supervision
Brazil - - 1,31
Latam - - 1,08
Administrative
Brazil - - 2,24
Latam - - 1,16
Operational
Brazil - - 1,38
Latam - - 1,38

Context

There is no salary differentiation by gender within the same functional category. Salaries are paid in local currency and as provided for in legislation, Collective Bargaining Agreements and Employment Contracts.

*Indicator started to be consolidated in 2022