Parental leave

Ansaldo STS has implemented the indications of the Collective Labour Agreement and grants parental leave on an hourly basis, while still providing the possibility of taking such leave on a daily or continuous basis in compliance with existing legislation.

In 2017, 142 employees took parental leave (79 women and 63 men) and 132 returned to work (72 women and 60 men), compared to the 125 (78 women and 47 men) who took parental leave in the previous year.

2017 - PARENTAL LEAVECentral and Eastern Europe and the Middle EastWestern EuropeThe AmericasAsia PacificChinaTOTAL
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No, of employees who have the right to parental leave 1,258 307 719 194 478 170 257 56 36 26 2,748 753
No, of employees who took parental leave 21 53 40 10 0 10 2 5 1 64 78
No, of employees who returned to work after their period of parental leave 21 41 37 7 0 8 2 3 1 61 59

 

2016 - PARENTAL LEAVECentral and Eastern Europe and the Middle EastWestern EuropeThe AmericasAsia PacificChinaTOTAL
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No. of employees who have the right to parental leave 1,258 307 719 194 478 170 257 56 36 26 2,748 753
No. of employees who took parental leave 6 42 37 27 0 4 4 5 47 78
No. of employees who returned to work after their period of parental leave 0 34 36 18 0 4 2 3 38 59

 

The return to work rate is showed in the following table.

RatesCentral and Eastern Europe and the Middle EastWestern EuropeThe AmericasAsia PacificChinaTOTAL
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Return rate * 100% 77% 93% 70% - 80% 100% 60% 100% - 95% 76%

* The rate is calculated as the number of people returning to work in 2017 compared to the number of periods of leave granted in 2017. Parental leave granted in 2016 with a return to work in 2017 was not considered in the calculation, nor was leave granted in 2017 with a return to work in 2018.