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Number of Employees per country

GRI 102-8 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
Total Number of Employees 18,469 19,950 21,215
Brazil 10,978 11,539 12,041
Argentina 2,388 2,712 2,609
Chile 51 27 25
Colombia 700 2,568 1,490
Paraguay 2,557 1,878 2,912
Uruguay 1,795 1,226 2,138

Context

Minerva is present in different locations, with distinct customs and characteristics that are taken into account when managing people. A safe and well-being work environment is promoted through training, initiatives to improve quality of life and a set of standards based on the Code of Ethics – Guidelines for Conduct and on labor legislation for our employees around the world.

Number of Employees by gender

GRI 102-8 GRI 405-1 ODS 05 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
Total Number of Employees 18,469 19,950 21,215
Men 14,059 15,119 15,901
Women 4,410 4,831 5,314

Context

Minerva is present in different locations, with distinct customs and characteristics that are taken into account when managing people. A safe and well-being work environment is promoted through training, initiatives to improve quality of life and a set of standards based on the Code of Ethics – Guidelines for Conduct and on labor legislation for our employees around the world.

Number of Employees by age group

GRI 102-8 GRI 405-1 ODS 05 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
Total Number of Employees 18,469 19,950 21,215
Under 30 years of age - 7,814 9,080
Between 30 and 50 years of age - 9,513 10,085
Above 50 years of age - 2,623 2,050

Context

Minerva is present in different locations, with distinct customs and characteristics that are taken into account when managing people. A safe and well-being work environment is promoted through training, initiatives to improve quality of life and a set of standards based on the Code of Ethics – Guidelines for Conduct and on labor legislation for our employees around the world.

*Indicator began to be reported in 2020

Turnover

GRI 401-1 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
Turnover rate (%) 24.00 26.00 22.00

Context

Minerva Foods has invested heavily in people development through programs focused on leadership, on other employees and on the development of young people who are entering the market for the first time. Creation of a committee focused on analyzing people management aspects and on leadership development has helped motivate and retain talent and reduce turnover; a challenge that was intensified by the growth of the agricultural and livestock sector and due to the pandemic.

Collective Bargaining Agreements

GRI 102-41 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
% of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements in Brazil 100.00 100.00 100.00
% of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements in Argentina 92.50 93.40 93.00
% of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements in Colombia - - -
% of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements in Paraguay 48.00 28.68 42.00
% of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements in Uruguay 100.00 100.00 100.00

Context

100% of employees in Brazil and Uruguay are covered by collective bargaining agreements. In Argentina, the percentage is 93% and in Paraguay 42%. In these countries there is no legal obligation of association with a collective representation organization, membership being a choice of the employees. In Colombia, there is no such practice.

Compensation and Benefits

GRI 405-2 ODS 05 ODS 08 ODS 10
2019 2020 2021
Average difference between lowest wage and minimum wage - 141.78 127.73
Brazil - 101.58 101.22
Argentina - 210.67 193.85
Colombia - 100.00 100.00
Paraguay - 100.00 100.00
Uruguay - 196.65 143.56

Context

The Company, in line with its values, sought to broaden the recognition of people’s engagement and dedication by including not only financial compensation, but proximity with the leadership of all units and celebrations that value work and performance. Our compensation practices take into account the market standard and competitive balance, salary surveys, and the attraction and retention of qualified professionals.
The employees receive additional benefits such as food, transportation, life insurance, health plan and maternity/paternity leave, among others established by law, conventions and collective agreements. We also have cafeterias in the workplace offering subsidized prices. We also have agreements with various establishments in the cities where our employees work, offering discounts and advantages in health and dental plans.
*Indicator began to be reported in 2020

Training and Qualification

GRI 404-1 ODS 04 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
Average hours of training per employee 6.33 5.22 7.67
Brazil 4.60 4.33 5.30
Argentina 12.60 9.33 5.37
Colombia 2.51 0.07 0.04
Paraguay 1.14 9.70 8.87
Uruguay 10.80 2.66 18.77

Context

Minerva Foods has invested heavily in people development through programs focused on leadership, on other employees and on the development of young people who are entering the market for the first time. Creation of a committee focused on analyzing people management aspects and on leadership development has helped motivate and retain talent and reduce turnover; a challenge that was intensified by the growth of the agricultural and livestock sector and due to the pandemic.

Performance Evaluation

GRI 404-3 ODS 08
2019 2020 2021
% of Employees who received a performance evaluation * 9.75 20.10
Director * 28.81 28.81
Management * 100.00 97.74
Coordinator * 86.46 96.46
Supervisory * 100.00 88.26
Administrative * 30.32 87.80
Operational * 1.45 3.74

Context

Our performance appraisal for management and administrative levels is carried out annually. The steps include a self-assessment, evaluation by managers, goal setting, feedback meetings and drafting of the IDP (Individual Development Plan). By 2021, 20% of the permanent employees and 100% of the trainees and interns received performance evaluations in Brazil. In the other countries, this process is still being implemented.

*Indicator began to be reported in 2020