Investing in our people
We believe in the people who have chosen to work with us worldwide. We know that their talent, their diversity and their abilities to be inclusive allow us to be a more innovative Group, capable of changing our customers’ lives. We employ more than 82,000 people and offer them the chance to establish a stable and long-term relationship with us.
Personnel are hired under regular employment contracts as we do not tolerate any form of unreported employment, exploitation, forced, mandatory or child labour. Communication with Group employees is based on transparency, clarity and completeness, promoting a culture based on performance.
In Generali we are committed to value our internal resources. We first leverage on the internal skills and knowledge to cover vacancies*.
Generali Top Management is committed to develop our talents and strengthen a global mindset within the Group.
Through We GROW platform, open opportunities are shared in a fair and transparent way with all our Group Talents to accelerate their growth through diverse professional experiences at international and cross functional level, empowering them to take ownership of their career development.
They can apply to the opportunities transparently posted and are involved in a fair and meritocratic process. This is a key lever to invest in the growth of our people, developing their skills through internal mobility.
In line and in accordance with local laws, practices and cultures, we recognise the right to join a trade union, to have freedom of association and to appoint workers' representatives. Also, again in accordance with local laws and practices, we recognise the right to exercise the relevant representative functions, including the right to collective bargaining.
In the event of company reorganisations, we safeguard our people by assigning, where necessary, new roles with targeted training or professional requalification measures, depending on each person’s skills and experience. We prioritise initiatives that seek to minimise impacts such as resignation incentives, consensual local mobility and relocations to other Group companies.
Our focus on and commitment to our people is illustrated by official documents such as the Code of Conduct, the European Social Charter and the periodic opinion polls carried out in the various Group companies.
* Considering the full year 2022 and referring to the totality of vacancies for the top 8 countries of the Group (covering 85% in terms of total gross written premiums), the percentage of open positions filled by internal candidates is 32%.