Performance and Targets

Overall, we have made good progress against our CR commitments in 2018.

33%

Global-food-safety Reduction in food safety
incident rate
since 2014

39%

Global-lost-time Reduction in lost time incident
frequency rate
since 2014

14%

green-house-gasses Reduction in GHG intensity ratio since 2014

2018 CR Report

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Our performance in 2018

PEOPLE

  2016-2017 2017-2018
DEVELOPING OUR PEOPLE    

Improvement in employee retention rate

  • Total employees

  • Management 

  • Unit management

 

 

N/A new for 2018

N/A new for 2018

N/A new for 2018

 

 

0%
 

-2%
 

2%

Number of graduates hired and tracked across the global business  N/A new for 2018 1,000
Global operational leadership team roles appointed internally, % of total 67% 77%
ENGAGING OUR PEOPLE    
Total number of cases reported by employees globally, via Speak Up 3,679 4,351
Hours of employee insight focus groups and conversations  N/A 1,200
CREATING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENT    
Female representation in the global workforce, % of total  55% 57%
Women holding global leadership team positions, % of total 28% 30%
Management positions held by women, % of total  40% 42%

SAFETY

  2016-
2017
2017-2018
Global lost time incident frequency rate (GLTIFR) 3.67 3.15
Total number of lost time incidents (LTI) 3,528 2,973
Global total recordable incident frequency rate (GTRIFR) 9.96 8.55
Total number of recordable incidents (TRIs) 9,573 8,263
Global food safety incident rate (FSIR) 0.31 0.24
Total number of food incidents (FIs) 1,684 1,473
Motor vehicle collision rate (MVCR)
N/A new for 2018 3.64

Health and wellbeing

  2016-2017 2017-2018
Of top 20 countries, the number of units providing the Balanced Choices nutrition programme or equivalent 17,980 18,240
Of top 20 countries, those operating a sugar, salt and fat reduction programme 100% 100%

ENVIRONMENT

  2016-2017 2017-2018  
FOOD WASTE      
Of top 20 countries, those with a waste reduction programme in place 87%  100%  
Of top 20 countries, reduction in food waste (in weight)   New for 2019  
PLANT-FORWARD MEALS   New for 2019  
Of top 20 countries, carbon emissions of animal products (tCO2)   New for 2019  
Of top 20 countries, spend on fruit and vegetables of total spend (%)   New for 2019  
SINGLE-USE PLASTICS      
Of top 20 countries, reduction in use of single-use plastic items (in weight)   New for 2019  
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS      
Reduction in GHG emissions intensity since 2014   14%  
Global GHG Emissions for the period 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018 Unit 2017-
2018 Current reporting year 
2016-2017 
Comparison year
Combustion of fuel & operation of facilities (Scope 1) Tonnes (t) CO2e 129,516 128,154

Electricity, heat, steam and cooling purchased for own use

(Scope 2 – location based)

tCO2e  8,095 8,376
Total Scope 1+2 tCO2e 

137,611 136,530
Emissions intensity per £M revenue tCO2e/£M

6.3 6.0

BETTER FOR THE WORLD

  2016-2017 2017-2018
RESPONSIBLE SOURCING    
Of top 20 countries, those adopting our global Supply Chain Integrity Standards 85% 
90%

Of top 20 countries, those with programmes to support ethically traded, certified sustainable or locally sourced products  90%  100%
Certified sustainable palm oil from physical sources used in our kitchens to prepare food, % of total   36%
Performance in Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare Tier 4 (2016) Tier 3 (2017)
Of top 20 countries, eggs purchased that are sourced as cage free, Of total eggs purchased

  • Shell eggs
  • Liquid eggs
N/A
N/A
 
33%
15%
 

Basis for consolidation

All targets relate to data capture ending 30 September for the year stated.