The below table shows a snap shot of Ascendis Health’s South African employee profile as at 30 June 2018. Ascendis Health is committed to transformation and therefore when companies are acquired an integral part of the integration strategy is to align all aspects of the business to the Group Employment Equity and Transformation policy.
|Occupational levels||Male||Female||Foreign Nationals||Total|
|Professionally qualified and experienced specialist and mid-managment||20||9||12||87||23||5||16||77||0||0||249|
|Skilled technical and accademically quallified workers, junior management, supervisors, foremen and superintendents||98||19||26||165||68||18||35||211||1||1||642|
|Semi-skilled and discresionary decision making||327||25||9||21||198||32||42||61||0||0||715|
|Unskilled and defined decision making||111||7||1||1||114||10||1||5||1||1||252|
Ascendis Health is committed to transformation in South Africa and has therefore ensured that we are constantly working towards the highest possible Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) principles and goals.
Currently Ascendis Health has 31.76% black and 14.42% black female economic empowerment shareholding. Download the Ascendis Health BBBEE certifications from the indexed list below.