Key Achievements

F19 - F20

Key Achievements

F19 - F20

Focus Areas

Behind every bottle of wine is a team passionate about supporting each other and delivering the best outcomes for all stakeholders including customers, consumers and communities.

In the last year this has meant a strong focus on:

- Supporting the safety, health and well being of our team through the COVID-19 global pandemic, which included additional paid leave, mental health support, and communication.

- Supporting and educating our people through the Black Lives Matters movement

- Progressing our TWE diversity and inclusion agenda to ensure people could bring their whole self to work

- Completing a Human Rights Impact Assessment to further strengthen our commitment to protecting human rights

 

 

F19 - F20

2020 Snapshot

- Committed to a 50% women in leadership target by 2025

- Launched global TWEforMe program focusing on mental health and physical health, life skills, and development

- 93% increase in safety conversations from F19 and established Global Destination Zero Harm commitments

- Enhanced TWE’s paid leave benefits in USA 

- Advanced TWE’s Human Rights Roadmap and completed a Human Rights Impact Assessment

- Mobilised global COVID-19 support accompanied by TWE’s first global workforce surveywine.

 

  • F18 Statement on Preventing Modern Slavery Thursday, 23 August 2018 pdf 181 kB Download
 

 

 

 

Volunteering and Community Engagement

TWE is committed to having a positive impact in the communities in which it operates. A key part of this commitment is giving back to those communities through corporate volunteering, fundraising and community donation initiatives.

Group of Treasury Wine Estates staff who assisted Biofarm during Global Volunteering Week, May 2015

Volunteering and Community Engagement

TWE is committed to having a positive impact in the communities in which it operates. A key part of this commitment is giving back to those communities through corporate volunteering, fundraising and community donation initiatives.

Employee Volunteering 

The centrepiece of TWE’s community engagement is the annual Global Volunteering Week. This event forms a platform to co-ordinate employee volunteering efforts across the world and build long-term partnerships with organisations.  
In F18, the week saw more than 1400 employees volunteer with more than 75 charitable partner organisations across the globe. In F18, the value of TWE’s corporate volunteering efforts was over 10,000 hours. Volunteering efforts included food preparation and serving, packing and sorting household and school items for those in need, clearing local waterways and conservation areas, and rehabilitating natural spaces.

Fundraising Boost

TWE also supports employees to contribute to their local community through our corporate fundraising program – Fundraising Boost. The program matches money raised by employees for causes close to their hearts, up to a capped value. The program is offered to all TWE employees and in F18 close to A$37,000 was donated to a variety of causes.

TWE is committed to having a positive impact in the communities in which it operates. A key part of this commitment is giving back to those communities through corporate volunteering, fundraising and community donation initiatives.

Community Donations

TWE offers long standing charitable partners and local organisations with a connection to TWE’s people and regions, product and monetary contributions. In 2018, TWE supported the Napa, Sonoma and Lake County areas on recovery efforts from the devastating fires in October 2017, and communities in Texas and the Caribbean as they worked to recover from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The Company’s donations to local natural disaster relief funds totalled US$140,000 and was distributed for the provision of medical care, temporary shelter, meals and counselling.

Health & Safety and Wellbeing

Health & Safety and Wellbeing

TWE cares for its employees because everyone’s life is important, and every employee deserves to go home safe, every day.

The safety of our people is every employee’s responsibility. It is referenced as a strategic imperative in the TWE Strategy and specific measures and targets are included in the Executive Leadership Team’s annual key performance objectives, which are cascaded throughout the organisation.
TWE’s Global Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW) Strategy has three Strategic Initiatives and six Global Priority Programs, illustrated below.

In F18, TWE’s HSW Strategy led to a number of key achievements, including:

  • Approximately 90% of employees attended a 60-90 minute training session, which introduced the Destination Zero Harm (DZH) program, its objectives, and the concept of mindfulness.
  • Increased health and safety communications, shared learnings and controls of incidents and their root causes across the global health and safety network.
  • Upgraded the Company’s incident reporting system to include DZH behavioural reporting.
  • 24 months of actual and potential serious incident data was captured and combined to develop a Serious Incident Frequency Rate (SIFR) indicator, which measures serious incidents per million hours worked. In F18, the indicator commenced being reported to the Board and Executive Leadership Team.
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