IMPERIAL
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2016
REPORT
INDEX
The consolidation and integration of Imperial's five sub-divisions into two major divisions, focusing exclusively on Logistics and Vehicles, will unlock value for all stakeholders through sharpened strategic, financial, managerial and market focus.
PEOPLE
In uncertain and complex operating environments, we must compete for success by being able to take advantage of new ways of thinking and doing business. Our experienced automotive, logistics and vehicle finance professionals provide us with a key differentiator in today's knowledge-based economy. Our leaders make decisions that impact our strategy, customers and processes, as well as employee motivation.
51000
EMPLOYEES
(2015: 51 000)
 
XX%
OF SENIOR
MANAGEMENT IN
SOUTH AFRICA, ARE
SOUTH AFRICAN
CITIZENS
(2015: 98%)
 
XX%
OF THE WORKFORCE
IS BASED IN SOUTH
AFRICA, WITH XX%
AND XX% BASED
IN THE REST OF AFRICA
AND INTERNATIONAL
OPERATIONS
RESPECTIVELY.
 
(2015: SOUTH AFRICA - 64%,
REST OF AFRICA – XX% AND
INTERNATIONAL – XX%)
 
 
 
OUR OPPORTUNITIES
> Transparent and fair
people practices.
> An engaged and highly competent workforce motivated by peoplefocused leadership.
> Increased capability for strategic thinking that sustains longterm value creation.
OUR RISKS
> Slow transformation.
> Succession.
> Attracting and retaining
key leadership and
technical skills.
> Labour relations