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Ooredoo Q.S.C., together with its subsidiaries, provides fixed and mobile telecommunications services. It operates in six segments: Ooredoo Qatar, Asiacell, Wataniya, Indosat, Ooredoo Oman, and Others. The company offers domestic and international telecommunication services in Qatar; mobile telecommunication services in Iraq; and mobile telephone and pager systems and services in Kuwait, and the other parts of the Middle East and North African region. It also provides telecommunication services, such as cellular services, fixed telecommunications, multimedia, data communication, and Internet services in Indonesia; and mobile and fixed telecommunication services in Oman. The company was formerly known as Qatar Telecom (Qtel) Q.S.C. and changed its name to Ooredoo Q.S.C. in June 2013. Ooredoo Q.S.C. was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Doha, Qatar.
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  2020 2019 2018 2017
Environment

Any legal or regulatory responsibility for an environmental impact? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company publish and follow an environmental policy? Yes/No

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Energy used (GJ/employee)

  619.51 767.30 489.14

Percentage of renewable energy used (%)

       

Specify the primary source of energy used by the company

       

The total volume of water recycled/reused in m3 by the organization per year

       

Total amount of energy used (GJ)

  38,814.32 65,092.87 26,097.98

Total greenhouse gas emissions (tonnes)

       

Total waste produced (kg)

       

Total water use (m3)

  79,205 129,312 127,559
Social

Average hours of training per employee

  16.42 18.98 15.70

Disclosure and adherence to a Human Rights Policy? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company prohibit the use of child or forced labor throughout the supply chain? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company publish and follow a policy for occupational and global health issues? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Employee turnover rate (%)

  9.90 9.50 12

Employee wages & benefits

  248 237.90 271.90

Nationalisation rate (%)

  41.13 39.91 40.16

Number of grievances about human rights issues filed, addressed and resolved

       

Pre-tax profits invested in the community (%)

  3 4 4

Spending on locally-based suppliers (%)

  0.54 0.49  

Total number of injuries and fatal accidents (contractors)

  1 3 3

Total number of injuries and fatal accidents (employees and contractors)

  1 3 3

Total number of injuries and fatal accidents (employees)

       

Total workforce (FTE)

  1,348 1,378 1,455

Women in the workforce (%)

  24.90 23.50 23.30
Corporate Governance

CEO pay ratio

  18.80 18 19.80

Disclosure of the voting results of the latest AGM. Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company publish and follow a Bribery/Anti-Corruption Code? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company publish and follow a Supplier Code of Conduct? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Does the company publish and follow an Ethics Code of Conduct? Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Executive compensation linked to performance indicators. Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Female directors on the board (%)

       

Independent directors on the board (%)

  0.40 0.40 0.40

Median male salary to median female salary

  1.06 1.02 1.04

Role separation of Chairman and CEO. Yes/No

  Yes Yes Yes

Sustainability report published. Yes/No

  No No No

Use a firm in third-party assurance of non-financial information. Yes/No

  No No No