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People Development & Human Rights

Our world-class crop and seed solutions have their beginnings in our people. We believe in considering everything we do through the lens of how it will affect them, and our organisational culture – always prioritising wellness, learning, fairness, and inclusivity.

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At UPL we believe we can change the world by delivering cutting-edge solutions that engage diverse talent, build inclusive leaders, and foster innovative, courageous, and equitable cultures. The diverse and inclusive culture that we foster brings us together in ways that help us stand out and empowers all of us to connect, belong, and grow.

Given our company’s vast operational scope across geographies, social strata, and various ethnicities, we have established Diversity & Inclusion as a keystone of our hiring, people development, and empowerment policies. Achieving Diversity and Inclusion parity is not only an organizational journey; but a call to action for each of us individually – to promote equality, root out biases, speak up against injustices, and serve as allies – we each have a role to play.
Here are our 2021 metrics for some of the important workforce diversity, and talent attrition parameters we track:

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*15% of our Blue collar workforce is unionized

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Employee Turnover Trend

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Voluntary employee turnover rate 9% 11.9% 10.98% 7.37%
Data coverage (as % of all FTEs globally) 100% 100% 100% 100%

Percentage of Employees in Management Positions

(Top 15 Countries)
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Gender Pay-Equity

Average Male Salary/Average Female Salary
Employee Level FY2019-20 FY2020-21
Executive level (Base salary Only) - 1.01/1
Executive level (base salary + other cash incentives) - 1.01/1
Management level (Base salary Only) 0.81/1 1.02/1
Management level (base salary + other cash incentives) 0.77/1 1.03/1
Non-management level 1.11/1 1.16/1

Hiring by Region

FY2020-21
Region % of Hiring
NAM 5%
LATAM 10%
India 56%
Europe 10%
Brazil 7%
Asia 9%
AMEANZ 4%

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