We adhere to transparency and cultivate the good conscience along with skill development to all level staff to enhance capability for the utmost effectiveness in working process. We focus on value chain development and support in developing neighboring community and society.
The Erawan Group Public Company Limited and its affiliated companies recorded a total of 3,576 employees at the end of the 2022 fiscal year. Remunerations consisting of salary and bonus totaled THB 1,338,644,184.26 There are 792 employees participating in the Provident fund project, which represents 22% of the total number of employees.
Care for Employees
Although the COVID-19 epidemic situation is continuously to improve, we still relen
tlessly commit to take care of our staff in a comprehensive manner to enable them to work happily and to be inspired to adapt to changes for collaboration that will drive the organizaton forward while delivering sustainable values to stakeholders. In addition, we commit to treat every employee equally through the international principles of human rights.
The Company provides welfare as required by the laws plus additional benefits such as health and accident insurance, provident fund and compensation fund as well as other allowances.
We actively recruit people based on the human rights principle where everyone is treated equally without discrimination in race, color, gender, age, religion and belief. Everyone of any race and nationality can apply to work with us. Employees are selected based on their qualifications. All new staff will attend an orientation and onboarding program. Internal staff can rotate their job through a transfer or promotion to another position based on what’s appropriate to enhance their skills and advance in their career path.
|Employment for social Supports||Male||Female|
|Employment of people with disabilities||personal||14||8|
HR Training in 2022
ERAWAN'S SPICE & CLIENT
The Company raises awareness and understanding and promotes its DNA through Erawan’s Core Value and Corporate culture (EPIC) by communicating through Corporate Townhall and motivating the employee’s behavior through the projects and activities.
The Company actively promotes ongoing staff capacity-building. In 2022, the ERW Hybrid Learning Center both onsite and on line were conducted to maximize the learning efficiency from internal and external lecturers and from the learning platforms developed by local and international leading education institutions.
|Training & Development||Male||Female|
|Total No. of training Course||course||7741|
|Total Employee attended the training classified by Gender||persons||1438||1696|
|Total No. of Training Hours in 2022||total hours/year||101024|
|Average No. of Training Hours/person/year||hours/person/year||27|
|Average Training Cost per employee||cost/head||1142|
|IDP: Individual Development ent Plan||male||female|
|Employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews||male||female|
|Employee who participated in Performance evolution and feedback process||persons||1147||1093|
|Employee who got promotion||persons||93||151|
|Employee with Job Rotation/ Job Transfer||persons||61||53|
The Occupation, Health and Safety (OHS) Policy
The Company commits to oversee the OHS elements and provides training on self protection through online doctor consultation, telemedicine for staffs. The Company also provides an annual health check-up, supports immunization booster vaccination, regularly conducts office space sterilization and performs an annual fire drill and fire prevention event to prepare for emergency situation.
|Occupational Health and safety||Male||Female|
|No.of case - Recordable work-related injuries||personal||45||28|
|Rater per 1,000,000 hours||per 1,000,000 hour||0||0|
|total leave days||day||251||61|
|No.of cases: High-consequence work-related injuries (excluding fatalities)||personal||0||0|
|Rate per 1,000,000 hours||per 1,000,000 hour||0||0|
|total leave days||day||0||0|
|No.of cases: Fatalities||personal||0||0|
|Rate per 1,000,000 hours||per 1,000,000 hour||0||0|
Labor disputes during the past three years
During 2019-2022, there was no labor dispute that accounted for a significant ratio.
|Labour Complaints about Labor practices||Male||Female|
|No.of complaint about labor practices||personal||0||0|
|No.of complaint has been resolved||personal||0||0|
|No.of complaints pending||personal||0||0|
|Labour Complaints about Human Rights||2020||2021||2022|
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The Erawan Group Plc has a policy that underlines community and social development while doing our business where we mainly focus on collaborative development and tourism promotion. In this regard, we turn our skills and expertise in hotel management to enhance community learning and to enable self-development among communities. We also generate employment for local residents and promote local culture and identity. We encourage staff to volunteer in our social projects. In addition, we collaborate with business partners and alliance, networks and government offices to strengthen community wellbeing that will eventually contribute to building a sustainable society.
2022 Community and Social Development projects:
- The Hop Inn Internship Project aimed to train vocational and university students for hotel work. The purpose is to produce hotel staff that meet market demands within the tourism industry while offering job opportunities for students. We signed a MOU with 10 education institutions in areas where our hotels are operated so that they send their students for internship and training at Hop Inn hotels and eventually work with us if meeting required criteria. The project started in March 2022 with 10 students being trainees at the hotels. We hope that this project will support and create jobs for local communities. Project assessment will be conducted in 2023 to see if it meets its objectives and for further improvement.
- The “Visiting My Home” project featured primary school artists inviting everyone to visit their hometowns. Together with the Primary Education Office in areas where our hotels are located, the Erawan Group Plc has organized a drawing contest for primary school students to promote community tourism through painting. The project not only encourages school students to imagine but also cultivates pride and love in their communities. In 2022, 38 schools took part in the project and 144 drawings from four provinces of Chaiyaphum, Nan, Nakhon Ratchasima and Bangkok were selected by Hop Inn guests and the public.