The Human Factor

Every wide-ranging successful company and entrepreneurial project that is “ambitious but realistic” is based on a group of people, driven by a common idea and by the energy resulting from the mutual trust.

The person is at the centre of every bright business idea and key element of every transformation.

To activate a change coherent with the broadest corporate strategy and keep it alive over time is the primary objective of the policies and initiatives that the Organisation and Resources Department is committed to developing and spreading within the Group.

 

The Training

The total number of training hours provided in 2018 were 54,436 (2017: 36,511).

Cattolica continued along a path that it considers central, the training activities for all the categories of company resources, including the directors of the Group’s companies.

To be a learning organization is and remains a critical factor for success in an environmental and competitive context which has never been this complex and rapidly evolving.

 

Hours of training by working positions and gender

Number of hours Hour
s Men

Hours per capita men

Hours Women Hours per capita women  Hours Total Hours per capita total
Executives 1.704 29 141 23 1.845 29
Officials 11.324 37 3.210 38 14.534 37
Employees 20.157 31 17.802 30 37.959 30
Workers 98 12 - - 98 11
Total 33.283 33 21.152 30 54.436 32

 

Number of hours Hour
s Men 

Hours per capita men

Hours Women Hours per capita women  Hours Total  Hours per capita total
Executives 2.772 62 410 103 3.182 65
Officials 6.419 25 1.541 25 7.960 25
Employees 13.704 21 11.665 20 25.369 21
Workers - - - - - -
Total 22.895 24 13.616 21 36.511 23

Hours of training by type

  2018 2017
Training type Total hours  Total hours
Managerial training 4.144 3.008
Management training 11.587 9.682
Professional technical training 29.118 14.995
Regulatory training 9.587 8.826
Total 54,436 36.511

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Data on Equal Opportunities are available in the Jobs section.

 

Heath and safety

To standardise the policies regarding health and safety, the management of obligations and the optimisation of resources, the companies belonging to the Cattolica Group share the structure and figures in charge of that function.

For all the companies of the Group there is a single Delegate for safety, as provided by art. 16 of Italian Legislative Decree 81/08, who is assigned all the duties of Employer, except those that cannot be delegated. 

In 2018, in addition to the training activities provided by the legislation, we wish to report initiatives aimed at expanding the number of people involved in safety (emergency team, first aid) and the administration of a questionnaire to all the employees on the use of computer tools in order to identify resulting needs.

 

Injuries and absenteeism

A total of 21 accidents occurred in 2018, 4 of which in the workplace and 17 commuting. 

They accounted for 691 days of absence the number of accidents is low, although slightly higher than 2017.

 

Injuries and other health and safety KPIs of the Group’s employees

  Men Women Total
Injuries in the workplace 2 2 4
Injuries during the commute 7 10 17
Deaths 0 0 0
Total injuries 9 12 21
Lost days due to injuries (commuting injuries excluded) 27 13 40
Total lost days due to injuries 410 165 575
Injury rate (commuting injuries excluded) 1,30 2,24 1,65
Lost day rate (commuting injuries excluded) 0,02 0,01 0,01
Total injury rate 5,81 13,36 8,58
Total lost day rate 0,23 0,15 0,20
  Men Women Total
Injuries in the workplace 2 1 3
Injuries during the commute 12 4 16
Deaths 0 0 0
Total injuries 14 5 19
Lost days due to injuries (commuting injuries excluded) 126 24 150
Total lost days due to injuries 688 136 824
Injury rate (commuting injuries excluded) 1,36 1,19 1,30
Lost day rate (commuting injuries excluded) 0,07 0,02 0,05
Total injury rate 9,54 5,95 8,23
Total lost day rate 0,40 0,13 0,30

Absentee rate of the Group’s employees

  2018 2017
Men 2.09% 2,37%
Women 2.58% 3,13%
Total absentee rate 2.28% 2,66%

 

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