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Social Report 2016 of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa)

1) Calculation basis   2016 (BRL)  2015  (BRL)
1.1) Net Operational Revenues (NR)*                                                   3,066,380,053.78                                              2,911,471,047.52
1.2) Operating Income (OI)                                                     (487,936,412.94)                                                (456,683,936.12)
1.3) Gross Payroll (GP)                                                   1,855,831,775.76                                              1,686,938,544.16
1.4) Independent Contractors                                                         74,391,141.12                                                   65,751,262.75
2) Labor indicators Amount % of Amount % of
(BRL) GP NR* (BRL) GP NR*
2.1) Meals/Meal vouchers           111,649,811.34                 6.02         3.64          103,841,467.05              6.16        3.57
2.2) Compulsory Payroll Taxes           497,674,347.74               26.82       16.23          465,299,440.33            27.58      15.98
2.3) Private Pension Plan           124,085,788.30                 6.69         4.05          113,019,694.95              6.70        3.88
2.4) Occupational Welfare, Health, and Safety             53,097,312.95                 2.86         1.73            50,834,590.92              3.01        1.75
2.5) Professional Education and Training           138,209,048.52                 7.45         4.51          134,679,574.13              7.98        4.63
2.6) Daycare centers or allowances             11,231,973.23                 0.61         0.37              9,491,683.29              0.56        0.33
2.7) Other benefits              28,044,479.45                 1.51         0.91            27,547,724.60              1.63        0.95
Total Labor indicators           963,992,761.53               51.94       31.44          904,714,175.27            53.63      31.07
3) Social indicators Amount % of Amount % of
(BRL) GP NR* (BRL) GP NR*
3.1) Taxes (excluding Payroll Taxes)               7,574,834.31                 0.41         0.25              7,168,129.18              0.42        0.25
Total Social Indicators               7,574,834.31                 0.41         0.25              7,168,129.18              0.42        0.25
4) Technologies Developed and Transferred to Society (TT) 33,913,860,222.03          1,827.42  1,105.99 25,967,537,330.37       1,539.33    891.90
5) Social profit (2+3+4)      34,885,427,817.87          1,879.77  1,137.67     26,879,419,634.82       1,593.38    923.22
6) Staff Indicators 2016 2015
6.1) Number of Employees at the End of the Period 9,650 9,733
6.2) Number of Admissions During the Period  0 5
6.3) Number of Interns and Junior Apprentices 9,499 8,682
6.4) Number of Employees over 45 Years of Age  6,165 5,994
6.5) Number of Women who Work in the Corporation 2,923 2,948
6.6) Percentage of Management Posts Held by Women 31% 30%
6.7) Number of Black Staff Members that Work in the Corporation 3,927 3,947
6.8) Percentage of Management Posts held by Black Staff Members 33% 33%
6.9) Number of Employees with Disabilities 112 107
7) Relevant Information Regarding the Exercise of Corporate Citizenship 2016 2015
7.1) Ratio Between the Highest and the Lowest Remuneration in the Corporation 14.5 16.2
7.2) Total Number of Occupational Accidents 94 98
7.3) Actions of Relevant Social Interest ** 1,106 1,056
7.4) Number of new jobs generated during the year by the Technologies Developed and Transferred to Society 43,229 71,787
7.5) Percentage of Actions of Relevant Social Interest that promote gender and/or racial equality 29% 35%
7.6) Social and environmental projects are defined by (  ) Directors (  ) Employees (  ) Beneficiaries ( x ) Directors, Employees, and Beneficiaries
7.7) Health and safety standards in the work environment are defined by (  ) Directors ( x ) Directors and managers (   ) All employees and the IAPC (Internal Accident Prevention Committee)
7.8) The private pension plan includes (  ) Directors (   ) Directors and managers ( x ) All employees
7.9) As for employee participation in volunteer work schemes, the Corporation ( ) Does not get involved ( x ) It offers support (   ) Organizes and encourages it
8) Notes            
8.1) Embrapa does not share profits or income. It is a Public Corporation whose capital stock belongs entirely to the Brazilian Federal Government. Embrapa does not employ child or slave labor, has no involvement with prostitution or sexual exploitation of children or teenagers, and is not involved with corruption. The Corporation values and respects diversity both internally and externally.
8.2) In spite of operational accounting losses, important benefits were supplied to society, as shown in sections "Labor Indicators", "Social Indicators" and "Technologies Developed and Transferred to Society". Such benefits are expressed by the total Social Profit of BRL 26,879,419,634.82  in 2015, and BRL 34,885,427,817.87  in 2016.
8.3) * *Net Operating Revenue (NR) refers to revenue from sales and services; to operating revenue (transfers received, other operating revenue and partnerships); and to the result of revenue minus budgetary and extra-budgetary expenses, deducting any discounts, sales taxes and service taxes (ICMS and ISS), refunds, adjustments made on the gross revenue from sales and services, federal tax rectifications, and other fiscal deductions.
8.4) ** All the Actions of Relevant Social Interest are available on http://bs.sede.embrapa.br/2016/acoes/html/busca2016_en.html.
Susy Darlen Barros da Penha - CRC/DF 007472/O-2 - CNPJ Embrapa 00.348.003/0001-10



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