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Good labor practices – Collective bargaining agreements (%)

2021 2022 2023
Brazil 100 100 100
Argentina 93 94.25 93.42
Colombia - - -
Paraguay 42 40.97 39.46
Uruguay 100 100 100
Australia - - 100

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WEF: Freedom of association

  • In both the Brazil and Australia divisions, all employees benefit from collective bargaining agreements, ensuring tailored employment contracts that encompass salary adjustments, benefits, and other specifics. Similarly, in the Latam division, 100% of employees in Uruguay are covered by such agreements, while in Argentina and Paraguay, the coverage stands at 93% and 40%, respectively. Employees not covered by agreements in these countries are governed by individual contracts in accordance with local labor laws.
  • Meanwhile, in Colombia, all contracts adhere to local labor legislation, as collective bargaining agreements are not in place.
    * In Brazilian units, 100% of employees and non-employee workers are covered by collective bargaining agreements which have terms relating to salary levels and frequency of salary payments. In Paraguay, this percentage is 39%. For the other countries, the indicator is not applicable.”

Average variation between the lowest wage and the minimum wage

2021 2022 2023
Average 1.27 1.37 1.23
Brazil 1.01 1.00 1.00
Argentina 1.93 1.96 2.13
Colombia 1.00 1.00 1.00
Paraguay 1.00 1.17 1.00
Uruguay 1.43 1.74 1.00

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WEF: Equal pay; wage level

  • There is no salary differentiation by gender in the same functional category.
  • 100% of our employees receive at least the minimum wage defined by local legislation.

New employee hires, by age group and gender

2021 2022 2023
Men - 5,432 5,185
Women - 2,271 2,346
Under 30 years old - 5,016 5,084
Between 30 and 50 years old - 2,527 2,304
Over 50 years old - 160 143

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Employee turnover, by age group and gender

2021 2022 2023
Men - 4,960 5,176
Women - 1,651 2,288
Under 30 years old - 3,815 4,345
Between 30 and 50 years old - 2,547 2,788
Over 50 years old - 249 331

Context

WEF: Absolute number

Hiring and turnover rate, by country

2021 2022 2023
Hiring rates - 33.19 31.38
Hiring rates - Brazil - 38.20 36.78
Hiring rates - Argentina - 22.27 23.72
Hiring rates - Colombia - 74.01 60.19
Hiring rates - Paraguay - 29.99 26.55
Hiring rates - Uruguay - 8.47 8.43
Hiring rates - Australia - - 31.30
Turnover rate (%) - Average - 28.49 31.10
Turnover rate (%) - Brazil - 31.81 35.09
Turnover rate (%) - Argentina - 21.62 17.57
Turnover rate (%) - Colombia - 73.48 78.20
Turnover rate (%) - Paraguay - 22.92 24.31
Turnover rate (%) - Uruguay - 9.36 8.61
Turnover rate (%) - Australia - - 22.61

Context

In 2023, our hiring rates stood at 30% for male employees and 36% for female employees, with turnover rates of 30% for men and 35% for women, respectively. The data started to be segmented by gender, age group and country only in 2023.

Maternity/paternity leave*

2021 2022 2023
Licença Maternidade/Paternidade (%) - 96.64 94.29

Context

  • The indicator began to be reported in 2023 and historical data is not available.
    * Data from the Australia division was not reported for the year 2023, due to the standardization process of the management systems.