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Annual Report 2017

65

DIVERSITY AND GENDER BALANCE

The Group is committed to provide

a working environment free of

discrimination and unfair bias, where

every employee has an equal opportunity

in the workplace.

In FYE2017, the Group’s workforce stood

at 2,984 strong and is made up of 41%

women and 59% men. It is worth noting,

however, that due to the nature of certain

job functions such as manual work in

our plantation operations, the female

take-up rate for these jobs tend to be

significantly lower whereas in PNG, IFC’s

tuna loiners are predominantly female

given that loining required delicate

handling in order to prevent bruising the

meat thereby affecting the quality.

group

malaysia

59%

41%

Male

Female

69%

31%

Male

Female

indonesia

papua new guinea

employee breakdown by gender & position as at 31 march 2017

Male

Female

BOD

senior

management

management

executive

non -

executive

67%

33%

85%

15%

12%

88%

70%

30%

43%

57%

75%

75%

25%

25%

Male

Male

Female

Female

SUSTAINABILITY

REPORT 2017