Targets and Actions
For each pillar of our plan we have defined a number of priority Targets and Actions. These targets apply to all our Tesco retail businesses across the Tesco Group, including the UK, Republic of Ireland, Central Europe and Asia. We have developed a set of measurable Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that will enable us to monitor progress on our actions. Our leadership teams review these KPIs on a quarterly basis and we will update stakeholders annually on the progress that we are making.
With the majority of our customers being in the UK, implementation and reporting against many of these actions will begin with the UK business operations. We will take learnings from the UK and work with local stakeholders in each of our international markets to develop appropriate plans and country specific timelines.
Further information on our progress can be found in our data supplement report.
To help our colleagues succeed by providing them with the flexibility, skills and reward to 'get on'
Tesco average pay versus market median
% of colleagues that agree 'I have the opportunity to learn and develop'
Number of colleagues who have received manager development training
Number of opportunities provided for young people
Percentage of colleagues that agree 'I am able to work flexibly around my life'
Percentage of colleagues that agree 'There is an inclusive culture at Tesco where people are accepted for who they are without judgement'
Board of Directors: 31%
Female share of Board
UK: 11.3% mean
UK: 8.9% median
Average gender pay gap
% of colleagues that agree 'Tesco helps me lead a healthy lifestyle'
To help make sustainable products accessible and affordable for all
Percentage of suppliers satisfied with working with Tesco (Supplier viewpoint)
Percentage of high risk tier 1 supplier sites having had an audit in the last year
Percentage of high risk tier 1 supplier sites where critical non-conformances have been identified
Percentage of tier 1 high risk sites where critical non-conformances have been identified and mitigation or remediation processes implemented on time
Number of collaborative initiatives to address entrenched risks
Percentage reduction in manufacturing emissions from key suppliers (Baseline 2015/16)
Percentage of key suppliers measuring agricultural emissions
Percentage volume (tonnes) of palm oil certified to Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil standard
Percentage of paper/wood products certified by Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) or from a recycled source
Percentage of wild-caught seafood certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) (tonnes)
Number of key suppliers with sustainable agriculture projects underway
Percentage of audited sites that meet our animal welfare standards
To support all of our colleagues to live healthier lives and help our customers make healthier food choices every time they shop with us
Percentage of colleagues that agree 'Tesco helps me lead a healthy lifestyle'
Salt: 0.8% below
Fibre: 7.9% above
Percentage change in volume of key nutrients for Tesco Own Brand products below/above own brand volume growth (Baseline 2015)
Percentage of customers who agree 'Tesco helps me lead a healthy lifestyle'
To help halve global food waste, farm to fork, by 2030
Percentage food surplus (safe for human consumption*) redistributed to humans or animals
*defined as safe for donation to charity
Percentage change in tonnes of food wasted as a percentage of tonnes sold (Baseline UK 2013/14, ROI/Central Europe 2016/17)
To ensure we never use more packaging than is needed, and what we do use is from sustainable sources and goes on to be reused or recycled
Percentage weight of all own brand packaging meeting 'widely recycled' criteria
Tonnes of hard to recycle materials removed from our Own Brand packaging
Percentage reduction in average own brand pack weight per unit sold, including loose volumes (Baseline 2007)
To help our local communities thrive by positively contributing both socially and economically
Percentage of stores that are part of our food surplus donation programme
Group: 48 million
Equivalent number of meals donated
Number of local projects or causes supported
Group: £57.6 million
Group: £19.6 million
Colleague and customer fundraising
To become a zero carbon business by 2050
Percentage reduction of GHG emissions
Percentage of electricity from renewable sources