With the active participation of all its employees, Magnum shares a
common commitment to and accountability for these values:
- providing customers with a world class product and service at all
- participation and empowerment, with a strong focus on skills
development, recognition and reward
- acting with integrity and with concern for human dignity, trust,
respect and fairness
- making a social investment in communities
- acting responsibly with regard to the environment
- providing employees with a safe and healthy working environment.
Human Resources Development
Employment Equity: Magnum offers equal employment and
development opportunities to all people, regardless of race, creed,
colour, disability or gender.
Magnum has, as a business imperative, set itself the objective of
rectifying the employment imbalances which exists within the
various staffing and management grades regarding race and
gender. Every effort will therefore be made to fill positions with
historically disadvantages South Africans.
Magnum is committed to Employment Equity for the following
- to ensure continued survival, growth and competitiveness
of the business in a changing South Africa and world order;
- to redress historical, legal, social and economic unfair
discrimination of designated groups;
- to initiate measures to establish conditions that will advance
the creation of equal opportunities for all employees;
- to facilitate and enhance the acquisition of skills and
competencies that will enable employees from designated
groups to develop within the organization; to contribute to
building a non-racial, non-sexist South Africa.
Skills Development: Magnum allocates an annual training budget for skills development within the industry.
Recognising that its employees are its greatest source of competitive advantage, Magnum is fully committed
to investing in employee development in order to help maximize their competence and enable them to
achieve their full potential.
Magnum is committed to the development of all its employees regardless of race, creed, colour or gender
and in line with the requirements of the Employment Equity Act places additional emphasis on historically