Performance summary

Our performance over time

CIMIC Group structures its sustainability performance around five sustainability themes: safety, integrity, culture, innovation, and environment.

Our Sustainability Report, which forms part of our Annual Report, is prepared using the Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Reporting Standards framework.

We continue to be recognised as an industry-best performer in several categories of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices Australia Index.

We also continue to be included in the FTSE4Good Index each year, which measures the performance of companies demonstrating strong environmental, social and governance practices.

Summary of group performance

Click here to view our full performance in our Sustainability Report, which forms part of our Annual Report.

Summary of Group Performance 2021

10 The 2021 figures exclude 100% of Thiess which is now treated as an equity accounted joint venture – refer to Thiess’ own Sustainability Report
which will be available at www.thiess.com.au for details of Thiess’ performance as a stand-alone company.
11 Total Revenue less Total Operating Expenses less Total Employee Related Costs (TERC) divided by TERC. As reported to DJSI.
12 Based on revenue excluding joint ventures and associates divided by total direct employees.
13 Statutory Group net profit after tax (NPAT) divided by Total direct employees. For 2019, the ratio reflects underlying NPAT.
14 Total employees includes both direct employees of CIMIC Group and a proportion of the headcount of indirect employees from investments as
follows: BICC (45%) until 31 December 2019, Devine (59%) and Ventia (47%) and Thiess (50%) as at 31 December 2020.
15 2020 reflects amended Personnel costs for ‘Continuing operations’ as per Note: 3 Expenses in the 2020 Financial Report which were restated to
treat Thiess as ‘Discontinued operations’.
16 Total personnel costs divided by the total number of direct employees. For 2020, they reflect Thiess’ treatment in the 2020 accounts as
‘Discontinued operations’.
17 Given that a large proportion of the workforce is hired on projects, the total overall turnover rate includes the total of voluntary turnover,
ordinary and customary turnover of employees turnover and involuntary turnover and is not considered the most effective method to measure
staff retention. Therefore, voluntary turnover rates for permanently employed staff have been provided in the ‘Culture’ chapter for a more
representative comparison of turnover rates.

 


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