Company workforce

At year end, Ansaldo STS’s workforce totals 4,228, as follows:

NUMBER OF COLLABORATORS BY REGION820162017
MENWOMENTotal% W on totalMENWOMENTotal% W on total
Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East 1,381 331 1,712 19.3% 1,495 368 1,863 19.8%
Western Europe 689 179 868 20.6% 719 194 913 21.2%
The Americas 526 186 712 26.1% 556 198 754 26.3%
Asia Pacific 505 92 597 15.4% 532 103 635 16.2%
China 39 23 62 37.1% 36 27 63 42.9%
TOTAL 3,140 811 3,951 20.5% 3,338 890 4,228 21.1%

8 The regions are defined as follows:

  • Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East: Italy and Italian branches (Denmark, Turkey, Greece, Taiwan, Honolulu, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Peru) and Germany
  • Western Europe: France and branches in South Korea, Morocco, United Kingdom, Spain and Sweden
  • The Americas: US and Canada
  • Asia Pacific: Australia, Malaysia and India
  • China: China

Compared to 2016, the increase in the total number of collaborators totalled 277 units (+198 men and +79 women). This is the result of an increase in employees in Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East (+151), Western Europe (+45) and the Americas (+42), and the Asia Pacific (+38) and China (+1) regions.

The total percentage of women making up the workforce is 21.1%, showing a growth of 0.6 percentage points.

The increase in the number of collaborators concerns all professional categories.

With regards to the subdivision by gender, a particular increase was observed in the percentage of women in the Executives category (10.5% of the total).

PROFESSIONAL CATEGORIES2016   2017   
MENWOMENTotal% W on totalMENWOMENTotal% W on total
Executives 71 6 77 7.8% 77 9 86 10.5%
Middle mgmt 360 66 426 15.5% 370 64 434 14.7%
White collars 2,471 669 3,140 21.3% 2,629 745 3,374 22.1%
Blue collars 238 70 308 22.7% 262 72 334 21.6%
TOTAL 3,140 811 3,951 20.5% 3,338 890 4,228 21.1%

 

Gender analysis shows that the female workforce, in line with the total workforce, grew in absolute value across almost all age groups. The percentage of the workforce represented by women grew particularly among the under 30s (26.4%, up 4.2 percentage points) and over 50s (19.50%, up 0.6 percentage points).

AGE20162017
MENWOMENTotal% W on totalMENWOMENTotal% W on total
< 30 274 78 352 22.2% 292 105 397 26.4%
30-35 597 155 752 20.6% 599 153 752 20.3%
36-40 566 148 714 20.7% 635 167 801 20.8%
41-45 425 125 550 22.7% 481 139 620 22.4%
46-50 337 85 422 20.1% 349 88 437 20.1%
>50 941 220 1,161 18.9% 982 238 1,220 19.5%
TOTAL 3,140 811 3,951 20.5% 3,338 890 4,228 21.1%

An increase in terms of absolute value and percentage distribution was observed in university graduates with technical degrees (+175 employees) and in high school graduates with technical diplomas (+109 employees).

DEGREE/DIPLOMA920162017
MENWOMENTotal% W on totalMENWOMENTotal% W on total

Technical High school

 807

 132

 939

14.1%

 898

 150

 1,048

14.3%

Other High School

 279

 192

 471

40.8%

 273

 196

 469

41.8%

Technical graduated

 1,657

 284

 1,941

14.6%

 1,811

 305

 2,116

14.4%

Other graduated

 211

 165

 376

43.9%

 270

 191

 461

41.4%

Other education

 186

 38

 224

17.0%

 86

 48

 134

35.8%

TOTAL

 3,140

 811

 3,951

20.5%

 3,338

 890

 4,228

21.1%

9 The relevant framework, compared with the Italian framework, is as follows: Technical Graduates – university graduates with technical degrees (mainly engineering); Other Graduates – university graduates with non-technical degrees (humanities, for example); Technical High School – high school graduates with technical diplomas (electrical studies, for example); Other High School – high school graduates with non-technical studies (classical studies, for example); Other education – below high school level (middle school degrees, for example).

In particular, in absolute terms an increase in the population with a company seniority of 16 to 20 years (+84) was reported, which also increases its weight in the percentage distribution. This trend can be seen in both men and women.

COMPANY SENIORITY20162017
MENWOMENTotal% W on totalMENWOMENTotal% W on total
< 5 years 991 263  1,254 21.0% 1,122 323  1,445 22.4%
5-10 years 691 178  869 20.5% 708 177  885 20.0%
11-15 years 639 170  809 21.0% 636 174  810 21.5%
16-20 years 185 49  234 20.9% 252 66  318 20.8%
21-25 years 131 32  163 19.6% 119 31  150 20.7%
> 25 years 503 119  622 19.1% 501 119  620 19.2%
TOTAL  3,140  811  3,951 20.5%  3,338  890  4,228 21.1%

Contract types

The percentage of employees on open-ended contracts increased from 97.3% in 2016 to 98.0% in 2017, demonstrating the importance that Ansaldo STS places on the provision of stable employment.

CONTRACT TYPES

2017
Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle EastWestern EuropeThe AmericasAsia PacificChina Total
M.W.M.W.M.W.M.W.M.W.
Employees with open-ended contracts 1,491 363 710 192 556 198 495 93 25 19 4,142
Employees with fixed-term contracts 4 5 9 2 37 10 11 8 86
TOTAL 1,495 368 719 194 556 198 532 103 36 27 4,228

CONTRACT TYPES

2016
Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle EastWestern EuropeThe AmericasAsia PacificChina Total
M.W.M.W.M.W.M.W.M.W.
Employees with open-ended contracts 1,374 329 680 177 526 186 457 84 21 10 3,844
Employees with fixed-term contracts 7 2 9 2  0 48 8 18 13 107
TOTAL 1,381 331 689 179 526 186 505 92 39 23 3,951

 

The number of temporary contracts has fallen, while the percentage of work experience placements grew signifi cantly.

OTHER CONTRACT TYPES20162017
MENWOMENTotalMENWOMENTotal
Temporary staff 34 11 45 24 18 42
Contract workers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Work experience 14 11 25 40 19 59
Other contract categories 6 7 13 0 0 0
TOTAL 54 29 83 64 37 101