Global Reporting Initiative+Average hours of training (male) (G4-LA9-a)
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Average hours of training (male) (G4-LA9-a)

What is the average hours of training per male employees during the reporting period?

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IRPC Public Company Limited

2015 = 161,506 hours
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Cimsa Cimento

2015 = 62,257 hours
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Aksa Akrilik

2015 = 55,044 hours
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EDP Renovaveis S.A.

2015 = 26,261 hours

Banca Intesa Beograd

2015 = 22,070 hours
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Cargills (Ceylon) PLC

2015 = 3,585 hours
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Grupo Argos

2015 = 1,318 hours
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KORDSA GLOBAL

2014 = 255.5 hours
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Gold Fields

2015 = 241 hours
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Amaggi

2014 = 150.1 hours

Lonmin

2015 = 114 hours
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Korean Air

2014 = 102 hours

Tieto

2012 = 92 hours

Inpex

2015 = 80.6 hours

AVI Limited

2016 = 75 hours
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National Australia Bank

2016 = 73 hours

Sappi

2016 = 71.1 hours
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Petrobras

2014 = 67 hours

Koc Holdings A.S.

2015 = 59.5 hours
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Nestlé

2015 = 59 hours
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About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers one of the requirements of Indicator G4-LA9 - 'Average hours of training per year per employee by gender, and by employee category'.

Maintaining and improving human capital, particularly through training that expands the knowledge base of employees, is a key element in organizational development. This Indicator provides insight into the scale of the organization’s investment in this area and the degree to which the investment is made across the entire employee base. Access to training opportunities can also support progress in other areas of social performance, such as ensuring equal opportunity in the workplace. It also contributes to motivating improvement at the personal and organizational level.

Methodology

This metric is looking for the average hours of training per male employees during the reporting period:

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Global Reporting Initiative compliance guidance for companies:

To calculate the average hours of training that the organization's employees have udertaken during the reporting period - G4-LA9-a:

  • Identify the total number of male employees.

  • Identify the total number of training hours undertaken throughout the reporting period for all male employees.

  • Identify the average number of training hours undertaken by male employees during the reporting period. (Average training hours per male employee = total number of training hours provided to male employees / total number of male employees).

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