Bayer AG

Bayer AG

Metrics Value

Labor Practices Screening of New Suppliers (G4-LA14-a)

2015 = Unknown %

Collective Bargaining (G4-11)

2015 = 53 %

Incidents of Discrimination (G4-HR3-a)

2015 = Unknown incidents

Male injury rate (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = Unknown

Male Worker Fatalities (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = Unknown employees

Female injury rate (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = Unknown

Average Hours of Training (Male) (G4-LA9-a)

2015 = 17.7 hours

Average Hours of Training (G4-LA9-a)

2015 = 20 hours

Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)

2015 = 0.42

Part-time employees (G4-10-b)

2015 = 9,928 employees

Temporary Employees (G4-10-a)

2015 = 4,700 employees

Injury Rates (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = 0.42 injuries per million hours worked

Worker Fatalities (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = 2 employees

Female Worker Fatalities (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = Unknown employees
Bayer AG (/ˈbeɪər/ or /ˈbaɪər/); German pronunciation: [ˈbaɪ̯ɐ]) is a German multinational chemical, pharmaceutical and life sciences company. It is headquartered in Leverkusen, where its illuminated sign is a landmark. Bayer's primary areas of business include human and veterinary pharmaceuticals; consumer healthcare products; agricultural chemicals and biotechnology products; and high value polymers. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index. The company's motto is "science for a better life." Bayer's first and best known product was aspirin; there is a dispute about what scientist at Bayer made the most important contributions to it, Arthur Eichengrün or Felix Hoffmann.