In 2018 Woolworths made a historical decision to ban single use plastic bags

In 2018 woolworths made a historical decision to ban

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to climate change. In 2018, Woolworths made a historical decision to ban single-use plastic bags during checkout, along with Coles. It's been reported by the organisation that in the first 3 months following the ban, Australian's plastic bag use dropped by 80%, leading to 1.5 billion fewer bags going to landfill. The organisation is also committed to the following other sustainability areas: Animal welfare Sustainable seafood Sustainable forestry products Responding to climate change Commitment to customers and community To read more on their sustainable programs, see the links provided. Privacy Policy (sourced) Woolworths value the trust of customers and take the protection of their personal information seriously. As a result the company encourage customers to read and make sure they understand the updated Privacy policy. If there are any questions regarding its contents, customers should contact the Privacy team, whose contact details are contained in the updated policy. To read more on their privacy policy, see the links provided. Organisational / Workplace Diversity (relevant to simulated context) The organisation formally stated that they value diversity across. Customers should see in Woolworths' people a reflection of themselves and their communities. In this strategy they embrace targets that support diversity and, hand in hand with this aim, tolerance and respect. Currently the Leadership & Diversity, Assessment No.2 v2 Last updated on 11/06/2019 by MM Page 9
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T-1.8.1_v3 organisation has set 8 important targets and objectives to reach their diversity strategy. These goals are to be aligned with organisational operational goals set by every branch/supermarket managers. Numbe r Targets and Objectives 1 At least 40 per cent of executive and senior manager positions to be held by women. 2 No salary wage gap between male and female employees of equivalent positions on a per hour rate at all levels of the company, with a step change improvement in closing any gaps by 2 years time. 3 100 per cent of those responsible for hiring new team members to have completed unconscious bias training. 4 Continue the focus on driving cultural diversity, with a commitment that by 2020 the Woolworths Group team will truly reflect the communities we serve. 5 Proportion of Indigenous team members to equal Federal Government Employment Parity contract. Once achieved, 2 per cent of our Store Operations team members will be Indigenous. 6 Proportion of Indigenous graduates to equal Federal Government Employment Parity contract. Once achieved, 2 per cent of our Graduates will be Indigenous. 7 Achieve Gold Tier employer status in Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) inclusion. 8 We are committed to maintaining a workplace that safeguards the health and wellbeing of our people, customers and visitors.
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