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Total increased its global workforce by six percent in 2018, the company’s latest registration document has revealed.
As of December 31, 2018, Total had 104,460 employees, which was 6,183 more than the 98,277 workers recorded at the company as of December 31, 2017.
Of the 104,460 employees registered in 2018, 35 percent were women, which marked a two percent rise from 2017. Over 150 nationalities were represented within the group in both 2017 and 2018.
“The group addresses its challenges thanks to the commitment of its employees,” Total stated in its 2018 registration document.
“The group has a long-standing commitment to promoting equal opportunity and diversity, which constitute, for everyone, a source of development where only expertise and talent count,” Total added.
Total reported an adjusted net income of $13.6 billion in 2018, which marked a 28 percent increase on 2017. The company’s cash flow from operations in 2018 was $24.7 billion, a rise of 11 percent compared to last year. Total’s hydrocarbon production in 2018 was 2.8 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, up 8.1 percent compared to 2017.
A producer of oil and gas for nearly a century, Total has a presence in more than 130 countries on five continents. The company is the fourth largest international oil and gas major, according to its latest registration document.