Healthy workplace, Happy people
We believe that a healthy workplace leads to healthy employees and vice versa. We want Scandi Standard to be a healthy and safe workplace. It is also our aim to build a culture where employees are working and feeling well, getting inspired and being motivated. We want to support our employees to take responsibility for their well-being and to be our ambassadors for our brand and our business goals.
To achieve our ambitions, we are working systematically on providing a good and stimulating work environment. We continually follow up on health and safety measures and find ways to build commitment and job satisfaction among our employees.
Leadership that is clear, visible and involved is one of the most important factors in promoting employee engagement. Programmes and activities for leadership development are carried out continually at all companies based on a joint Group platform. On this note, we have developed a sound employee survey, called Scandi Pulse, to measure how leadership works and is perceived.
Health & Safety
The Group’s Code of Conduct describes a proactive approach to health and safety, establishing good working conditions and work environment for all employees.
Most of our employees work in an environment where there are risks associated with their health and physical wellbeing.
Therefore, we work in a preventive and systematic way on safety and the physical work environment, along with the psychosocial environment and our culture. Sick leave and work-related injuries are followed up at each plant, with targets set to reach the Group’s zero vision for accidents.
|Results of the employee survey ScandiPulse (index where max = 100)||Goal||2018||2016||2015|
|Satisfaction and motivation||71||69 (731)||72||70|
Our Irish company Manor Farm participated for the first time, so the comparison figures are 73 and 78 respectively, excluding Ireland
The employee survey measures a number of parameters, including engagement and leadership. An index score of 66-72 is average, while 75 is a good result, In the 2018 survey, 2,882 employees participated, which corresponds to 95 percent of those who had been employed at Scandi Standard for at least 6 months.
|Attendance rates and work-related injuries in 2019 (2018) for each country||Sweden||Denmark||Norway||Irland||Finland|
|Attendance rate (percent of ordinary working time)||94 (94)||95 (95)||97 (97)||96 (95)||94 (93)|
|LTA (number of work-related accidents leading to sick leave/number of worked hours X 1000 000)||56 (58)||10 (18)||16 (12)||49 (37)||(64) 51|
Attendance rate and work-related injuries are followed-up locally. There were no serious accidents leading to long-term injuries during 2019. Scandi Standard have a zero vision for accidents, targets for workplace safety are set locally.
Promoting a healthy lifestyle
We are determined to promote health and wellbeing among our employees by inspiring them to lead a sustainable lifestyle. We establish local goals and activities based on the particular circumstances prevalent in the different countries and plants. We organized a joint Sustainability Week in 2019 for the first time, which focused on health and the environment. A healthy and climate efficient meal which includes chicken, is on the menu every day in all canteens in Scandi Standard. We call it the “Healthy choice of the Day”.