Our BEE policies and strategies have been developed to ensure that measurable progress continues to be made towards genuine and meaningful black economic empowerment.
The adopted approach is broad-based and holistic – and aims to embed BEE as a means of working across all areas of activity. Collaboration with partners, suppliers and the public sector, including government, has been key to the significant advances that have been made.
Based on their independent opinion, Empowerdex issued Bidvest Paperplus (Pty) Ltd with a Generic Score Card Preliminary Report in terms of the Department of Trade and Industry’s REVISED Codes of Good Practice [gazetted 11 October 2013] on 22 March 2016.
The salient features of this report are as follows:
|Procurement Recognition|| Level 7 Contributor
Customers can claim 50% of procurement spend
|≥ 51% Black Ownership|| Yes
Target 40% procurement from 51% black owned suppliers
|Black Employees with Disabilities||4.03% of total employees against a target score of 2%|
|Black Employees on Learnerships||3.75% of total employees against a target score of 2.5%|
|Black Unemployed Learnerships||1.74% of total employees against a target score of 2.5%|
|Socio Economic Development||1.32% of NPAT against a target score of 1% of NPAT|
|Expiry Date of the Certificate||21 March 2017|
Representation by ethnicity and gender are as follows:
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