**JOINT IMPACT INDICATORS**

## JOBS

### Jobs Supported

**J-09**

### Direct Jobs Supported (Operations and Maintenance)

Number of full-time equivalent workers, as per local definition, working for the client company or investment project at the end of the reporting period unless there is seasonal variation (see guidance).

This includes individuals hired directly and individuals hired through third party agencies, as long as those individuals provide services related to the operations and maintenance of the client company or investment project. This also includes full-time equivalent worked by seasonal, contractual and part-time workers.

GUIDANCE FOR FULL TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE):

Temporary workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on the average number of months worked over the total months in the reporting period (e.g., if worker worked for three months, this would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year).

Seasonal or short-term jobs are prorated on the basis of the portion of the reporting period that was worked (e.g., a full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year). If the information is not available, the rule-of-thumb is two part-time jobs equal a full-time job.

Where companies employ piece-rate workers, consider headcount of number of workers paid piece-rate and an estimate of what proportion of FTE that category of workers are used for (e.g., if there are 200 piece-rate workers on site each day for 6 months of the year, then FTE = 200 x 6/12 = 100).

Similarly, where there are a large number of workers on variable hours or contracts, including day laborers, please include average number of workers on a typical day (total over 24 hours, if shift work), and the proportion of the year those workers are working for (e.g., 3 shifts of 100 people each day for the whole year: FTE = 3 x 100 x 12/12 = 300). If a temporary worker is part time, the calculation should be number of workers times proportion of a full working week times proportion of a year worked (e.g., FTE = 100 x 3/5 x 6/12 = 30)

Part-time jobs for construction workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on local definition (e.g., if working week equals 40 hours, a 24 hr./week job would be equal to 0.6 FTE job). Full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year.

**Unit: #FTEs**

**J-10**

### Construction Jobs (Temporary Construction)

Number of temporary full-time equivalent workers hired for the construction of the investment project’s hard assets during the reporting period.

GUIDANCE FOR FULL TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE):

Temporary workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on the average number of months worked over the total months in the reporting period (e.g., if worker worked for three months, this would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year).

Seasonal or short-term jobs are prorated on the basis of the portion of the reporting period that was worked (e.g., a full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year). If the information is not available, the rule-of-thumb is two part-time jobs equal a full-time job.

Where companies employ piece-rate workers, consider headcount of number of workers paid piece-rate and an estimate of what proportion of FTE that category of workers are used for (e.g., if there are 200 piece-rate workers on site each day for 6 months of the year, then FTE = 200 x 6/12 = 100).

Similarly, where there are a large number of workers on variable hours or contracts, including day laborers, please include average number of workers on a typical day (total over 24 hours, if shift work), and the proportion of the year those workers are working for (e.g., 3 shifts of 100 people each day for the whole year: FTE = 3 x 100 x 12/12 = 300). If a temporary worker is part time, the calculation should be number of workers times proportion of a full working week times proportion of a year worked (e.g., FTE = 100 x 3/5 x 6/12 = 30)

Part-time jobs for construction workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on local definition (e.g., if working week equals 40 hours, a 24 hr./week job would be equal to 0.6 FTE job). Full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year.

__Temporary Construction Jobs__

This indicator includes all workers involved in the construction of the company’s assets, including those employed by third parties if they are working on-site.

Temporary means the jobs will cease when construction of the asset is completed and may include multi-year contracts for large assets.

**Construction Companies:** This metric does not include workers of construction companies where the client itself is a construction or real estate company. These workers are counted under the Direct Jobs Supported (operations and maintenance) metric.

**Unit: #FTEs**

### Jobs Created

**J-11**

### Direct Jobs Created by the Investment (Operations and Maintenance)

Number of new full-time equivalent workers, as per local definition, that are hired as a direct consequence of the investment project implementation during the reporting period. This includes individuals hired directly and individuals hired through third party agencies, as long as those individuals provide services related to the operations and maintenance of the investment project. This also includes new full-time equivalent work by seasonal, contractual and part-time workers. Existing workers on the records of the client company prior to the investment project are not to be included in this indicator, except where the base case establishes that existing jobs are terminating without the investment project.

GUIDANCE FOR FULL TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE):

Temporary workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on the average number of months worked over the total months in the reporting period (e.g., if worker worked for three months, this would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year).

Seasonal or short-term jobs are prorated on the basis of the portion of the reporting period that was worked (e.g., a full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year). If the information is not available, the rule-of-thumb is two part-time jobs equal a full-time job.

Where companies employ piece-rate workers, consider headcount of number of workers paid piece-rate and an estimate of what proportion of FTE that category of workers are used for (e.g., if there are 200 piece-rate workers on site each day for 6 months of the year, then FTE = 200 x 6/12 = 100).

Similarly, where there are a large number of workers on variable hours or contracts, including day laborers, please include average number of workers on a typical day (total over 24 hours, if shift work), and the proportion of the year those workers are working for (e.g., 3 shifts of 100 people each day for the whole year: FTE = 3 x 100 x 12/12 = 300). If a temporary worker is part time, the calculation should be number of workers times proportion of a full working week times proportion of a year worked (e.g., FTE = 100 x 3/5 x 6/12 = 30)

Part-time jobs for construction workers are converted to full-time equivalent jobs on a pro rata basis, based on local definition (e.g., if working week equals 40 hours, a 24 hr./week job would be equal to 0.6 FTE job). Full-time position for three months would be equal to a 0.25 FTE job if the reporting period is one year.

**Unit: #FTEs**