Staff evolution

The following main trends were recorded in 2009:

  • the growth in the number of female employees, equal to 48.6% in Italy (+0.6% compared to 2008) continues, ranking above the industry average (47.5%); abroad women make up 63.7% of employees (+4.1% compared to 2008, even after the inclusion of Pravex Bank in the Company boundary). The overall data also reflects the prevalence of female recruitments from the labour market (over 58% are women);
  • the average age in Italy is 42 (in line with the national average) and 36 abroad. For the Group, the percentage of employees under the age of 30 was up from 16.8% in 2008 to 19.5%;
  • the level of education shows that in Italy the percentage of graduates increases to almost 30% (27.9% in 2008) in line with the Italian average, and also registers a slight increase abroad, to an absolute level that is nonetheless higher: 58% (55% in 2008);
  • In Italy the part-time figure increases by 0.3% to reach 11.5% (11% in 2008) against the Italian average of 8.4%1

Women and employees with a university degree

Turnover

The turnover rate in Italy was -2.9% (-3.2% in 2008) where, compared to around 4,500 terminations, the number of incoming human resources exceeded 2,450. Abroad the registered turnover rate was -9.8% (4.0% in 2008) which was affected by the unique combination of the economic crisis - particularly in some Eastern European countries - and a reorganisation which, among other things, saw the closure of a number of branches not considered to be strategic.

1 All perimeter data are taken from the “2009 ABI Report on the labour market in the finance industry”, Bancaria Editrice

Turnover

  Recruitments Terminations Turnover

2009 2008 2007 2009 2008 2007 2009 2008 2007
ITALY         
TOTAL 2,453 3,550 2,257 4,504 5,887 6,887 -2,051 -2,337 -4,630
Men 1,067 1,381 871  2,563 3,981 2,610 -1,496 -2,600 -1,739
Women 1,386 2,169 1,386  1,941 1,906 4,277 -555 263 -2,891
<=30 2,069 3,112 1,880 1,222 1,319 502 847 1,793 1,378
31-50 375 434 358  574 1,159 1,378 -199 -725 -1,020
>50 9 4 19 2,708 3,409 5,007 -2,699 -3,405 -4,988
ABROAD                  
TOTAL 2,147 4,457 3,703 5,656 3,432 3,201 -3,509 1,025 502
Men 837 1,344 1,167  1,890 1,224 1,120  -1,053 120 47
Women 1,310 3,113 2,536  3,766 2,208 2,081  -2,456 905 455
<=30 1,493 3,197 1,493 2,939 1,673 1,306 -1,446 1,524 187
31-50 606 1,204 1,885  1,809 1,388 1,521  -1,203 -184 364
>50 48 56 325 908 371 374 -860 -315 -49
TOTAL                  
TOTAL 4,600 8,007 5,960 10,160 9,319 10,088 -5,560 -1,312 -4,128
Men 1,904 2,725 2,038  4,453 5,205 3,730  -2,549 -2,480 -1,692
Women 2,696 5,282 3,922  5,707 4,114 6,358  -3,011 1,168 -2,436
<=30 3,562 6,309 3,373 4,161 2,992 1,808 -599 3,317 1,565
31-50 981 1,638 2,243  2,383 2,547 2,899  -1,402 -909 -656
>50 57 60 344 3,616 3,780 5,381 -3,559 -3,720 -5,037

Turnover (%)

  TURNOVER RATE
ITALY
TURNOVER RATE
ABROAD
TOTAL TURNOVER RATE
  2009 2008 2007 2009 2008 2007 2009 2008 2007
TOTAL -2.9 -3.2 -6.2 -9.8 4.0 2.0 -5.2 -1.3 -4.2
Men -4.03 -6.5 -4.4  -8.21 1.1 0.5  -5.11 -4.9 -3.4
Women -1.62 0.8 -8.3  -10.62 6.1 3.2  -5.25 2.4 -4.9
<=30 11.44 25.8 22.5 -11.06 24.8 2.7 -2.93 25.3 12.0
31-50 -0.43 -1.5 -2.1  -6.79 -1.2 2.5  -2.21 -1.4 -1.0
>50 -14.94 -18.2 -25.2 -16.73 -7.8 -1.4 -15.34 -16.3 -21.5