The average number of employees, excluding associates' employees and including a proportionate share of employees within joint venture entities, for continuing operations was:
|By business segment|
|Ferrous Metals and Industries||15||13|
|Corporate Activities and Unallocated Costs||1||1|
The average number of employees for continuing operations by principal location of employment was:
|Rest of Africa||1||1|
|Australia and Asia||5||4|
Payroll costs in respect of the employees included in the tables above were:
|Wages and salaries||2,774||3,145|
|Social security costs||153||158|
|Defined contribution plans||143||162|
|Defined benefit plans||49||65|
|Other post employment benefits||7||23|
In accordance with IAS 24 Related Party Disclosures, key management personnel are those persons having authority and responsibility for planning, directing and controlling the activities of the entity, directly or indirectly, including any director (executive and non-executive) of the Group.
Compensation for key management was as follows:
|Salaries and short term employee benefits||20||28|
|Post employment benefits||2||4|
|National insurance and social security||3||6|
Key management includes members of the Board and the Executive Committee (ExCo).
Disclosure of directors' emoluments, pension entitlements, share options and long term incentive plan awards required by the Companies Act 1985 and those specified for audit by the Directors' Remuneration Report Regulations 2002 are included in the Remuneration report.