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Employee Key Figures

Employee Key Figures – Employees by Employment Contract and Gender

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Employees by employment contract and gender

102–7, 102–8

Total headcount 1), 2), 3)

10,059

10,622

10,768

9,900

377

491

of which female

2,401

23.9

2,626

24.9

2,764

25.7

2,370

240

154

Full-time equivalents

9,688

10,118

10,305

9,503

338

464

of which female

2,188

22.6

2,385

23.6

2,492

24.2

2,142

209

140

Employees with temporary contracts

651

584

919

821

7

91

of which female

215

199

330

297

5

28

Employees with permanent contracts

9,028

89.8

9,569

90.8

9,849

91.5

9,079

370

400

of which female

2,034

2,263

2,434

2,073

235

126

Temporary workers

58

51

0.5

182

1.7

107

0

75

of which female

21

18

63

22

0

41

  1. 1)Germany: Total number of employees according to the German Commercial Code (HGB) (excluding trainees, external staff, members of executive bodies, miscellaneous employees, employees on parental leave, employees with pre-retirement part-time work arrangements).
  2. 2)Austria: All employees, excl. pre-retirement part-time work arrangements, parental/educational leave, Management Board, but incl. management.
  3. 3)Sweden: All employees, excl. parental leave and members of executive bodies (CEO + CFO).

Employee Key Figures – Total Number of Permanent Employees by Type of Employment and Gender

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

Total number of permanent employees by type of employment and gender

102–9

Full-time employees 1)

9,121

9,521

9,617

8,905

277

435

of which female

1,792

1,959

20.6

2,009

1,728

159

122

Part-time employees 1), 2)

938

1,018

1,151

995

100

56

of which female

609

667

755

642

81

32

Proportion of part-time employees 3)

9.3

9.7

10.7

10.1

26.5

11.4

of which female

64.9

65.5

65.6

64.5

81.0

57.1

of which male

35.1

34.5

34.4

35.5

19.0

42.9

Marginal employees 2)

158

171

179

172

7

0

of which female

51

32.3

62

36.3

71

39.7

66

5

0

  1. 1)Austria: All employees, excl. pre-retirement part-time work arrangements, parental/educational leave, Management Board, but incl. management; Sweden: All employees, excl. parental leave and members of executive bodies (CEO + CFO).
  2. 2)The marginally employed are included in the number of part-time employees.
  3. 3)Number of part-time employees/total number of employees.

Employee Key Figures – Personnel Turnover

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Personnel turnover

401–1

Newly hired employees 1)

2,364

23.5

1,616

15.2

1,907

17.7

1,674

60

173

of which female

409

25.3

548

28.7

447

42

59

of which under 30 years of age

386

23.9

670

35.1

587

32

51

of which 30–50 years of age

770

47.6

951

49.9

829

23

99

of which over 50 years of age

214

13.2

286

15.0

258

5

23

Employees leaving the company 1), 2)

1,793

1,510

1,617

1,414

55

148

of which female

318

21.1

360

22.3

262

36

62

of which under 30 years of age

327

21.7

459

28.4

390

20

49

of which 30–50 years of age

762

50.5

799

49.4

696

26

77

of which over 50 years of age

362

24.0

359

22.2

328

9

22

Turnover rate (in %) 3)

17.8

14.2

15.0

14.8

14.6

30.1

  1. 1)All figures on employees joining and leaving the company calculated according to HGB: Headcount excluding trainees, members of executive bodies, other employees, external staff, temporary staff, working students, marginal employees, interns and school students. Differentiation by age group and female employees newly introduced for 2020.
  2. 2)Employees leaving the company include voluntary resignations, dismissals, retirement and deaths, but exclude traineeships that have come to an end and integration process-related dismissals.
  3. 3)Employees leaving the company/headcount (adjusted to reflect integration process-related dismissals) as of Dec. 31, 2021 x 100%. Based on EPRA definition (employees leaving the company in the period/headcount at end of period). The following employee groups are also deducted from the headcount according to HGB (headcount excluding trainees, members of executive bodies, other employees, external staff, temporary staff, working students, marginal employees, interns and school students).

Employee Key Figures – Employees by Category, Gender, Age Group and Disability

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Employees by category, gender, age group and disability

405–2

Total headcount 1)

10,059

10,539

10,768

9,900

377

491

Total headcount, commercial 2)

2,401

23.9

3,917

37.2

4,743

44.0

4,071

377

295

of which female

1,701

43.4

2,152

45.4

1,767

240

145

of which under 30 years of age

573

14.6

674

14.2

561

43

70

of which 30–50 years of age

1,982

50.6

2,541

53.6

2,101

259

181

of which over 50 years of age

1,362

34.8

1,527

32.2

1,408

75

44

of which with disabilities 3)

197

5.0

195

4.1

191

4

0

Total headcount, technical trade 4)

5,774

54.8

6,025

56.0

5,829

0

196

of which female

534

9.2

612

10.2

603

0

9

of which under 30 years of age

922

16.0

868

14.4

849

0

19

of which 30–50 years of age

3,282

56.8

3,406

56.5

3,298

0

108

of which over 50 years of age

1,570

27.2

1,751

29.1

1,682

0

69

of which with disabilities 3)

171

3.0

185

3.1

185

0

0

Average age (in years) 5)

42.3

42.5

42.8

43.0

41.1

40.7

Employees with disabilities 3)

350

3.5

368

3.5

380

3.5

376

4

0

  1. 1)Sweden: All employees, excl. parental leave and members of executive bodies (CEO + CFO).
  2. 2)New breakdown by operating company in 2020: Commercial employee headcount is based on figures for Germany. Classification by operating company is not carried out for Austria and Sweden. A retroactive breakdown by operating company is not provided in 2018 and 2019.
  3. 3)Germany: According to the socio-legal definition of disability in accordance with Section 2 of the German Social Code (SGB IX); total number and ratio relate to Germany and Austria only as no disclosure to Sweden is legally possible.
  4. 4) New breakdown by operating company in 2020.
  5. 5)Average age (in years) of the total workforce on the reporting date of Dec. 31, 2021.

Employee Key Figures – Employees on Parental Leave

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Employees on parental leave

401–3

Employees entitled to parental leave 1)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100%

100%

100%

Total number of employees on parental leave 2)

272

302

399

286

14

99

of which female

108

39.7

134

44.4

176

44.1

115

14

47

of which male

164

60.3

168

55.6

223

55.9

171

0

52

Employees returning to their workplace after parental leave within the reporting period 3)

253

260

404

302

17

85

of which female

95

90

34.6

155

38.4

106

15

34

of which male

158

170

65.4

249

61.6

196

2

51

Employees returning to their workplace after parental leave and still employed 12 months after their return 4)

163

196

299

229

9

61

of which female

52

67

34.2

100

33.4

68

7

25

of which male

111

129

65.8

199

66.6

161

2

36

  1. 1)There is a legal entitlement for all employees in Germany, Austria and Sweden (excl. interns).
  2. 2)All employees who took parental leave in 2021 (Austria: excl. educational leave and family end-of-life care leave).
  3. 3)All employees that returned from parental leave in 2021.
  4. 4)All employees that returned from parental leave in 2020 and were still with the company as of Dec. 31, 2021.

Employee Key Figures – Performance Appraisal

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Performance appraisal

404–3

Employees who have had an appraisal interview/performance appraisal 1) 2)

3,379

33.6

3,715

35.0

3,970

38.6

3,655

315

of which female

41.8

42.5

45.4

1,606

196

of which male

58.2

57.5

54.6

2,049

119

Employees who have had an appraisal interview/performance appraisal, by employee category 1) 2)

of which management level 3)

76.9

91.9

147

24

of which other employees 4)

32.8

37.0

3,508

291

Trainees 5)

100.0

100.0

526

4

  1. 1) The key figure for employees, who have had an appraisal interview/performance appraisal includes all meetings between employees and managers that have been recorded in the system.
  2. 2) Statistics not yet available for Sweden.
  3. 3) Germany: First and second level below the Management Board. Surveyed for the first time in 2020. The indicator will not be reported for 2019.
  4. 4) Germany: All employees excluding, marginal employees, trainees, interns, works council members. Surveyed for the first time in 2020. The indicator will not be reported for 2019.
  5. 5) Germany: Includes assessment meetings that have been conducted within the framework of training. Surveyed for the first time in 2020. The indicator will not be reported for 2019.

Employee Key Figures – Training and Education

2019

2020

2021

2021 by region

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Training and education

404–1

Vocational training

Total number of trainees 1)

473

510

530

526

4

of which female

100

21.1

103

20.2

116

21.9

113

3

Commercial trainees

143

30.2

152

29.9

154

29.1

150

4

of which female

79

55.2

84

55.3

92

59.7

89

3

Technical trade trainees

328

69.3

357

70.1

376

70.9

376

0

of which female

21

6.4

19

5.3

24

6.4

24

0

Trainees in part-time training

2

3

0.6

3

0.6

3

0

Proportion of total workforce (in %) 2)

4.5

4.6

4.9

5.0

1.0

Proportion taken on (in %) 3)

68.8

73.6

68.5

68.5

0

Further training

Total number of participants in further training 4), 5)

3,069

2,302

6,089

5,779

310

of which female

1,159

50.3

2,639

43.3

2,431

208

Further training rate (in %) 6)

30.5

21.7

56.3

55.4

81.4

Further training intensity 7)

0.9

0.5

5.2

5.2

6.1

Training and education

Total training and education days 8)

45,545

54,348

52,270

2,078

Average training and education days per employee 9)

4.3

5.0

5.0

5.5

Total hours of further training 10)

364,360

434,787

418,164

16,624

Average hours of further training per employee 11)

34.5

40.2

40.1

43.6

of which per female employee

8.2

10.2

9.6

27.6

of which per male employee

26.4

30.0

30.6

16.0

of which per commercial employee

31.5

17.2

16.2

43.6

of which per technical trade employee

21.1

23.0

23.9

0.0

Training and further education costs (in € million)

3.5

1.8

1.4

0.2

0.2

Average training and education cost per employee 12)

332.4

142.5

132.3

205.0

  1. 1) In Sweden, there is currently no traineeship program. In Austria it was introduced in 2021.
  2. 2) Change in the calculation methodology (to population) in 2020. Therefore, restatement for 2019.
  3. 3) Number of trainees taken on/all trainees who had completed their training by Dec. 31, 2021 x 100%.
  4. 4) Statistics not yet available for Sweden.
  5. 5) Including works council.
  6. 6) Number of participants in further training/total employees (headcount); if employees participated in several different courses, they are counted only once.
  7. 7) Total number of working days used for processes related to professional further training by all employees during the reporting period/total for all employees (FTE).
  8. 8) Starting in 2020, education and training will be mapped together, so no values are available for prior years.
  9. 9) Total training days/number of employees (by headcount).
  10. 10) Assumption: 8 hours per training day, total training days x 8 hours.
  11. 11) Total training hours/total number of employees (headcount).
  12. 12) Total costs for training and education/total number of trainees + total number of participants in further training.

Employee Key Figures – Female Managers

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

in %

in %

in %

Female managers

405–1

Proportion of women in total workforce 1) 2) 3)

2,401

23.9

2,626

24.9

2,764

25.7

23.9

63.7

31.4

Proportion of women at the first two levels below the Management Board 4)

23.9

25.9

28.0

27.8

32.0

16.7

  1. 1) Germany: Total number of employees according to the German Commercial Code (HGB) (excluding trainees, external staff, members of executive bodies, miscellaneous employees, employees on parental leave, employees with pre-retirement part-time work arrangements).
  2. 2) Austria: All employees, excl. pre-retirement part-time work arrangements, parental/educational leave, Management Board, but incl. management.
  3. 3) Sweden: All employees, excl. parental leave and members of executive bodies (CEO + CFO).
  4. 4) Cumulation of the first two management levels below the Management Board as a total value for the Group.

Employee Key Figures – Gender Pay Ratio

2021 by region

2019

2020

2021

Germany

Austria

Sweden

Key Figures

number

in %

number

in %

number

in %

number

number

number

Gender pay ratio

405–2

Total average income 1), 2), 3)

37,985

39,102

38,471

51,154

42,880

of which female

42,903

39,962

40,946

40,484

44,621

42,129

of which male

36,960

37,372

38,484

37,859

64,106

43,223

Total salary ratio in % (women/men)

106.9

93.0

106.9

69.6

97.5

Management level total salary ratio in % (women/men) 4)

91.5

102.6

Non-management level total salary ratio in % (women/men) 5)

106.6

70.7

  1. 1) Germany: Employees counted in accordance with the German Commercial Code (HGB) (excluding the Management Board and one management level below the Management Board, executive employees, temporary staff, marginal employees, students): basic monthly salary + allowances + holiday and vacation bonus (in line with the EPRA definition of “basic salary”). Surveyed for the first time in 2020. The indicator will not be reported for 2019.
  2. 2) Austria: All employees, excluding pre-retirement part-time work arrangements and parental/educational leave, Management Board, management, heads of department. In line with the EPRA definition of “basic salary”. Surveyed for the first time in 2020. The indicator will not be reported for 2019.
  3. 3) Sweden: All employees, excluding employees on parental leave as well CEO + CFO. In line with the EPRA definition of “basic salary”. Conversion of Swedish salaries based on the exchange rate as of Dec. 31, 2021 (EUR 1 = SEK 10,29255).
  4. 4) First and second levels below the Management Board. Surveyed for the first time for Germany in 2020 and Austria in 2021. The indicator will not be reported for 2018 and 2019.
  5. 5) All levels starting from the third level below the Management Board. Surveyed for the first time for Germany in 2020 and Austria in 2021. The indicator will not be reported for 2018 and 2019.

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