OUR PERFORMANCE IN 2021
↓ by almost 8%
Total recordable injury frequency rate (TRIFR)
Reduced our TRIFR by almost 8 per cent to 9.6.
Suppliers in our divisions' participating in mandatory audit programs
Improved the transparency of our supply chain with 2,066 suppliers in our divisions participating in mandatory audit programs as at 30 June 2021.
2,994 or 2.8%
Team members who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander in Australia
Promoted diversity and inclusion in our workplaces, with 2,994 team members identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in Australia. This equates to 2.8 per cent of our Australian workforce.
↓ by almost 3%
We seek to continuously improve our waste performance with all our divisions striving to divert waste from landfill and improve waste recovered.
The primary objective of Wesfarmers is to provide a satisfactory return to shareholders.
We believe it is only possible to achieve this over the long term by:
A SNAPSHOT OF OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
We make a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate. For more than 100 years, Wesfarmers has been actively involved in the community. With its origins as a farmers’ cooperative in 1914, Wesfarmers has long held the belief that to have a healthy business, you must have strong, vibrant communities in which to live and work.
Read about our economic and community contribution