Annual Report 2014/15 Annual Report 2014/15
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UN Global Compact Progress Report

TUI signed up to the UN Global Compact in 2014. We have openly pledged to respect the 10 Principles in all 4 areas: human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. This is TUI’s first progress report for the UN Global Compact.

The Index summarises the rules applied by TUI, the actions we implement and the outcomes we delivered during the reporting period. We have added links to more detailed information on the TUI Group websites.

PRINCIPLE RULE / ACTION OUTCOMES
1 and 2
Support for human rights and prevention of human rights violations
TUI Code of Conduct
Training and worldwide whistle-blower system for reporting violations (Mag. p. 70 and AR p. 50)

Pledge to observe the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
The whistle-blower system is available in 47 countries
3 to 6
Freedom of association, abolition of forced and child labour, elimination of discrimination
The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism (“The Code”)
The aims are supported through guest education and rules set out in contracts with hoteliers in destination countries (Mag. p. 69)

Signature of the German Diversity Charter, Mixed leadership
Higher percentage of women in Germany and globally – Mixed Leadership Programme (Mag. p. 62 und AR pp. 151– 152)

Employee consultation/TUI Europe Forum
Representation and consultation of employees in countries of the European Economic Area (Mag. p. 64)

Women’s advancement in destination countries
Education and Employment Opportunities Project in Tunisia (Mag. p. 68)
Training courses in destination countries and partnerships with local authorities



31.3 % women in global Group management



50 employee representatives from 14 countries



44 recipients of trainee grants selected, 10 women already taken on full-time
7
Precautionary environment protection
Efficient use of resources
Catalogue production: fewer catalogues printed; more online information instead (Mag. p. 51); Guest transportation – training bus drivers to consume less petrol, optimising routes (Mag. p. 51)
8.2 million fewer pages of catalogues produced over 2 years Decreasing CO2 emissions in the segment
8
Practical commitment to environment protection
Diversity and nature conservation
TUI Forest on Mallorca, re-afforestation initiative (Mag. p. 55)

Green electricity
Procurement of green electricity (Mag. p. 50)
57,600 trees planted since 2009


400 travel shops in Germany and the TUI sites in Hanover
9
Development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
Modernisation of the aircraft fleet
Fleet renewal and modernisation, e.g. with winglets. Research and development: Eco Demonstrator project with Boeing (Mag. pp. 46 f.)

New cruise ships
Energy savings in cruise ship operations and on-board waste management (Mag. p. 48)

Energy efficiency in hotels
Use of photovoltaics to provide hot water (Mag. p. 51)

Travel shops
Use of energy dashboards in British travel shops and conversion to LED technology in Germany (Mag. p. 50)

Relative CO2 emissions of the TUI Airline fleet fell by 2.3% in g CO2/passenger-kilometres


Energy efficiency of ships enhanced by up to 30 %, sulphur emissions cut by up to 99 % Waste separation rate nearly 100 %

160,000 kwh generated from renewable sources



CO2 reduction of 24 % in travel shops
10
Anti-corruption
Code of Conduct/Supplier Code
Addresses ethical, social and legal expectations of business partners (AR p. 48)

Membership in Business Integrity Forum of Transparency Inter­national (AR p. 48)
Business partners commit in particular to comply with all national and international anti-corruption laws of relevance to the supplier relationship