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Minerva Connection – Internal and External Ombudsman

SDG 16
2020 2021 2022
Number of reports received 201 186 241
Internal Audience 175 164 195
External Audience 26 22 46

Context

The Minerva Connection is already Minerva Foods’ internal and external ombudsman channel, which serves as the Company’s communication channel to obtain suggestions, compliments, criticisms and questions, as well as to collect reports aimed at combating fraud, corruption and any non-conformity or violation of rules. This channel is available at all times via the Internet, telephone and e-mail, and can be accessed anonymously if the user so wishes. It is managed by an independent third-party company and the Minerva Foods Ombudsman, a professional representing the Ethics and Integrity Committee in the investigation and resolution of communications received through the Channel.

Training on ethical conduct and integrity

GRI 205-2 SDG 16
2020 2021 2022
Number of employees qualified for training* 2,161 4,019 3,125
Number of employees trained in integrity policies 1,804 3,781 3,014

Context

In 2022, employees in administration and industry leaders received training on the Code of Ethics – Conduct Guide, the General Data Protection Law, and policies on topics related to compliance and integrity (anti-bribery, anti-corruption, prevention of conflicts of interest and money laundering). For employees in operations and other countries, online training has been adapted into printed materials that address compliance policies in a manner that is simple and easy for everyone to understand.

* Employees working in administrative areas and industry leaders in Brazil with computer and Internet access were eligible.

Training on Integrity and Ethical Conduct

GRI 205-2 SDG 16
2020 2021 2022
Total % of employees trained 83,5% 94,1% 96.45%
Board 65,2% 75,8% 60.71%
Managers 90,5% 100,0% 96.05%
Coordination, Supervision, Leadership 84,2% 92.3% 95.25%
Administrative 83.86% 96.5% 97.85%
Operational 58,3% 90,2% 96.64%
Trainees, Interns and Young Apprentices - 98,8% 95.33%

Context

In 2022, employees in administration and industry leaders received training on the Code of Ethics – Conduct Guide, the General Data Protection Law, and policies on topics related to compliance and integrity (anti-bribery, anti-corruption, prevention of conflicts of interest and money laundering). For employees in operations and other countries, online training has been adapted into printed materials that address compliance policies in a manner that is simple and easy for everyone to understand.

* Employees working in administrative areas and industry leaders in Brazil with computer and Internet access were eligible.

Identified cases of corruption

SDG 16
2020 2021 2022
Number of corruption cases investigated and/or in process - - -

Context

The Company carries out risk analysis in its operations to monitor ethics and integrity issues and compliance with the guidelines of the Code of Ethics-Guide of Conduct. In 2021, it incorporated a technological due diligence tool into its controls to assess integrity and socio-environmental risks throughout the value chain, including suppliers, customers and other partners, with no cases of corruption being reported in its chain.