Human capital management

 

Sasol’s most important asset is our people. Our business thrives from having access to:


To maintain our ability to deliver value-based growth through our people, we invest significantly in:


We recognise that, in addition to running our businesses profitably, we have a critical role to play in contributing to the socio-economic development of the communities where we operate, and need to be responsive to the growing and legitimate expectations of our stakeholders and communities.

To create an enabling environment for investment, we strive to integrate the needs of all our key stakeholders into our business process:


Our mining operations continue to promote social and economic development in their host communities through focused local economic development (LED) projects. Our LED projects have been concluded with the local municipalities as part of their Integrated Development Plans (IDPs) and are included in the Social and Labour Plan (SLP) to 2020. The projects combine identification of community infrastructure needs and development of local black-owned companies. More information is available in the Mining Booklet and Our Approach to our Communities Booklet (links below).

In the following pages you will read more about our approach to safety, occupational health and wellbeing, developing and empowering values-driven, high-performance people, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) initiatives and supply chain, ethical behaviour and human rights.

A section in the Integrated Report, supported by a booklet here, explains our approach to our communities.
A section in the Integrated Report, supported by a booklet here, explains our approach to our human capital management.
Our approach to partnering with our
stakeholders is explained in the Integrated
Report.
For more information refer to our Sasol Mining Booklet Community Local Economic Development Projects.

Reporting legend

Integrated Report
Annual Financial Statements
Sustainability Reporting
Form 20-F