Measuring Our Progress

Employee

Strong governance is essential to the work of sustainability. These efforts start with a commitment from our leadership, whose input and oversight play a critical role in driving our progress. For us, good governance begins with a strong Board of Directors that has an independent perspective on our business and company management, including our approach to creating social and environmental change.

WORKING CONDITIONS

 

2019

2020

2021

Independent Factories Supplying Branded Clothing to Gap Inc. Brands

 

 

 

# of Factories Active (Monitored) During the Full Fiscal Year

648

598

559

% of Active Full Year Factories Assessed

91%

81%

86%

# of Factories Assessed that were Active During Part of the Fiscal Year

733

667

652

New Factory Evaluations and Approvals

 

 

 

# of new factories evaluated

139

110

116

% approved

78%

78%

74%

% pending

6%

9%

5%

Sourcing Unit Volume

 

 

 

Share from Preferred Suppliers

78%

74%

68%

Factory Ratings

 

 

 

Green (high-performing facilities with no critical and few violations)

45%

54%

67%

Yellow (average performers)

53%

45%

32%

Red (facilities that need to address one or more serious issues)

2%

1%

<1%

Code of Vendor Conduct (COVC) Issue Findings and Resolution

 

 

 

 

*Data represents Fiscal Year (Feb - Jan)

 

 

 

COMMUNITY

 

2019

2020

2021

 

Employee Volunteering

 

 

 

 

% of Employees Volunteering

28%

21%

32%

 

# of Hours Volunteered

355,575

160,566

266,000+

 

Financial Impact

 

 

 

 

Employee-Matched Donations from Gap Inc.

$1.2 million

$1.2 million

$1.3 million

 

Gap Inc. Grants

 

 

$1.7 million

 

Gap Foundation Grants

 

 

$1.96 million

 

*Data represents Fiscal Year (Feb - Jan)

 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT

 

2019 (Global; Market-Based; Calendar Year)

2020 (Global; Market-Based; Fiscal Year)

2021 (Global; Market-Based; Fiscal Year)

Energy Consumption

2021 Data will be available later in 2022

 

 

Energy consumption from Scope 1 and 2 operations (thousand MWh)

1,086

926

 

By building type

 

 

 

Headquarters (Corporate and field offices and call centers)

49

33

 

Distribution Centers

142

141

 

Stores

895

671

 

By region

 

 

 

Americas

909

838

 

Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)

40

25

 

Asia Pacific

138

63

 

By source

 

 

 

Direct sources (corresponds with Scope 1 emissions)

152

138

 

Natural gas

147

133

 

Jet fuel

4

4

 

#2 Fuel oil

0

0

 

Propane

1

0.9

 

Indirect sources (corresponds with Scope 2 emissions)

935

788

 

Electricity

928

704

 

Chilled Water

1

0.5

 

Steam

6

3

 

Renewable Energy (vPPA)

-

80

 

Annual reduction rate in operational energy consumption (%)

-0.91%

-12%

 

Energy consumption intensity (million KWh/million square feet)

22.33

10.2

 

Energy consumption per $ revenue (MWh/USD)

0.066

0.067

 

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions

2021 Scope 1 and 2 Data will be available later in 2022

 

 

Total Greenhouse gas emissions (metric tonnes CO2e, corresponds with Scopes 1, 2, and 3)*/**

1,026,061

Available in 2022

Available in 2023

Greenhouse gas emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) (corresponds with Scopes 1 and 2)*/**

387,643

240,724

 

Reduction rate from baseline (2015) (%, for Scopes 1 and 2 only)

-19%

-50%

 

Scope 1 GHG emissions (metric tonnes CO2e)

27,818

25,352

 

By building type

 

 

 

Headquarters (Corporate and field offices and call centers)

1,691

1,629

 

Distribution Centers

6,384

6,291

 

Stores

19,743

17,432

 

By region

 

 

 

Americas

25,602

23,460

 

Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)

618

729

 

Asia Pacific

1,598

1,163

 

By source

 

 

 

Natural gas

26.584

24,132

 

Jet fuel

991

1,014

 

#2 Fuel oil

0

0

 

Propane

244

2026

 

Scope 2 GHG emissions (metric tonnes CO2e)

359,825

215,372

 

By building type

 

 

 

Headquarters (Corporate and field offices and call centers)

11,292

6,675

 

Distribution Centers

29,508

28,810

 

Stores

319,025

219,690

 

By region

 

 

 

Americas

273,578

177,087

 

Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)

11,985

7,155

 

Asia Pacific

74,262

31,131

 

By source

 

 

 

Purchased electricity for operations

357,795

254,119

 

Chilled Water

295

102

 

Steam

1,932

955

 

Renewable Energy (vPPA)

-

-39,803

 

Scope 3 GHG emissions (metric tonnes CO2e)

638,418

543,611

 

By source

 

 

 

Upstream transportation and distribution

576,828

527,081

 

Business travel

33,059

619

 

Franchise

28,531

15,911

 

Greenhouse gas emissions from Tier 1 suppliers (metric tonnes CO2e);  Data is self-reported by Tier 1 strategic suppliers and includes extropolated data for suppliers who did not report.

5,182,808

Available in 2022

Available in 2023

Greenhouse gas emissions per $USD revenue (metric tonnes CO2e/million $USD revenue, corresponds with Scopes 1, 2, and 3)

61.89

Available in 2022

Available in 2023

EMPLOYEES

 

2019

2020

2021

U.S. ETHNIC BREAKDOWN
U.S. full-time and part-time, non-seasonal employees. Data on ethnic diversity not available outside the U.S.

 

White

 

 

 

All

44%

45%

45%

Management

68%

68%

59%

New Hires

41%

45%

38%

Asian

 

 

 

All

7%

7%

7%

Management

11%

11%

24%

New Hires

6%

6%

8%

Black

 

 

 

All

18%

17%

17%

Management

7%

6%

4%

New Hires

23%

22%

24%

Hispanic

 

 

 

All

25%

26%

25%

Management

12%

13%

7%

New Hires

23%

20%

23%

Other Minority

 

 

 

All

5%

5%

6%

Management

2%

3%

5%

New Hires

7%

7%

7%

Minorities

 

 

 

All

56%

55%

55%

Management

32%

32%

41%

New Hires

59%

55%

62%

GLOBAL GENDER REPRESENTATION

 

 

 

VP & Above

 

 

 

Women

58%

58%

58%

Men

42%

42%

42%

Director / Sr. Director

 

 

 

Women

62%

61%

62%

Men

38%

39%

38%

Manager / Sr. Manager

 

 

 

Women

58%

58%

57%

Men

42%

42%

43%

Store Management

 

 

 

Women

72%

74%

75%

Men

28%

26%

25%

New Hires

 

 

 

Women

75%

74%

74%

Men

25%

26%

26%

Overall

 

 

 

Women

76%

76%

76%

Men

24%

24%

24%

U.S. PROMOTION RATES BY GENDER & POSITION

 

 

 

VP & Above

 

 

 

Women

1%

8%

15%

Men

3%

6%

7%

Director / Sr. Director

 

 

 

Women

6%

6%

22%

Men

7%

6%

17%

Manager / Sr. Manager

 

 

 

Women

12%

10%

23%

Men

11%

8%

15%

Professional

 

 

 

Women

8%

4%

16%

Men

8%

4%

11%

Overall

 

 

 

Women

8%

4%

19%

Men

8%

5%

14%

AGE REPRESENTATION

 

 

 

<30 years old

-

-

61%

30-50 years old

-

-

29%

>50 years old

-

-

10%

Other, please specify:

-

-

 

TURNOVER RATES

 

 

 

Total employee turnover rate

-

-

117%

Voluntary employee turnover rate

-

-

106%

*Data represents Fiscal Year (Feb - Jan)