Performance and KPI's
At the end year there were 971 employees, of which 85% are men and 15% are women. The companies in the group are largely connected to electrical / mechanical production and engineering, which is traditionally a male-dominated arena. However, EFD Induction is pleased to report that two women have taken positions as Managing Directors for the operations in Romania and Norway.
The LTI ( H-value = number of injures with absence per million working hours ) went down from 3,4 in 2019 to 1,8 in 2020.
The number of work-related accidents resulting in absence went from 8 in 2019 to 3 in 2020 and found place in USA and Germany. The total days of absence from these accidents went from 74 in 2019 to 20,5 days in 2020. The injuries were of non-permanent art.
Work and activities today
EFD Induction ensure equal rights and opportunities for all employees and ban all forms of discrimination on grounds of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or disability.
EFD Induction subsidiaries measure and continuously work to improve health and safety at production sites, hiring practices, work-life-balance and efforts made to ensure employee satisfaction.
Throughout the years, EFD induction has consistently had low rates of sickness absence and accidents at work. Low turnover and an exceptionally loyal workforce are testaments to the high job satisfaction and feeling of achievement amongst the employees.
Targets and ambitions
EFD Induction has an ambition to increase the number of women in the workforce by 33% - from 15% to 20% of the total workforce - over the next five years.
In 2021, EFD Induction plans to implement a net promotor score of 1-10 to assess how likely it is that EFD Induction employees will recommend their workplace to others.