Sasol Limited Integrated Report 2021 - Book - Page 28
Engaging with stakeholders to deliver shared value
Employees and organised labour
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We have a broad range of stakeholders, often with competing
interests and expectations, who we impact, and in turn, impact us.
We recognise that trust as a key element and we aim to build and
maintain trust among our stakeholders through open dialogue,
providing regular feedback and delivering on our commitments.
The most significant issues of our stakeholders
We endeavour to meet our commitments by being responsive and solutions-focused. We identify, assess and monitor stakeholders’
expectations together with significant issues that could have a bearing on our operations and strategy. We track and provide regular
feedback on our commitments and the issues that stakeholders raise.
• Equity and inclusion
• Long-term impact
• Driving gender
• Employee value
• Delivering shared
• Incentives linked to
• Energy efficiency
• Rate of return on
• GHG emission
• Management of key
• Water stewardship
• Air quality
• Plastic waste
– Debt to equity
• Liquidity and
• Ability to service
– Net debt to EBIDA • Growing and
– Dividend payment
– Project financing
– Loan covenants
– Capital allocation
• Prosperity of
Enhancing our relationship with employees and organised
labour is critical for our business. We are committed to
continuously improving our employee value proposition,
strengthen engagement and improve productivity.
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The role we play in the regions in
which we operate is conducted
bearing our sustainability approach
As the world prepares for transitioning
to a lower-carbon world, we
understand and support the need for
a just transition process in minimising
adverse impacts on our stakeholders.
Why we engage
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Our approach to stakeholder
engagement is to be transparent,
deliver on our promises and
co-develop sustainable solutions with
Our aim is to be a credible partner
in creating sustainable shared
value. Meaningful partnerships
and engagements with relevant
stakeholders enable the fulfillment
of our strategic objectives.
Sasol Integrated Report 2021
over 3 000
volunteer to causes
• Safety, job security, fair pay and the impact of COVID-19.
• Group’s strategic direction including addressing climate
• Support volunteering and participation in social
• Refreshed our purpose and set our path to Future Sasol.
• Safety remained a core value and top priority.
• Adhered to and complied with all laws and upheld
• Reinforced our commitment to uphold and respect human
rights in terms of our Human Rights Policy through various
communication channels. Implemented a three-phase
Business and Human Rights programme.
• Implemented measures to contain spread of COVID-19.
• Ensured employees were treated with care and compassion
during our workforce transition.
• Established Ntsika entrepreneurship programme to assist
unplaced South African-based employees.
• Updated policies to facilitate flexible working arrangements.
• Held regular CEO engagements across various channels.
For more detail refer to our Sustainability Report available
on our website, www.sasol.com