We respect the dignity of each person and we offer equal opportunities to all our employees, avoiding any form of discrimination arising from differences in gender, age, health, nationality, political opinions or religious beliefs. We recognize that diversity, at all levels, is a value to be cultivated in our organization in order to consolidate our aim to "put people at the core" and better address the challenges posed by the global market.

 

Fincantieri operates in a global context in which different nationalities contribute to nurturing an ever more open corporate culture. We recognize the value of this context and we cultivate it with recruiting and job rotation policies aimed at promoting the sharing of know-how and best practices, as well as the integration and inclusion of people.

 

In terms of gender diversity, the Group has recorded an increase in the number of women employees in recent years, although there are objective conditions related to the typical characteristics of shipbuilding.
With a view to providing women with particular support during maternity, the Company's Sustainability Plan has introduced a smart working pilot project in Italy which is currently being trialled.
The Company's focus on work-life balance is put into practice through various initiatives: there are special arrangements with day care centres, seaside or mountain resorts during the summer, daytime summer camps and after-school activities for the children of employees.

 

We are constantly working to promote the insertion of people with different physical and psychological abilities, in line with the characteristics of shipbuilding and the risk profiles associated with the industry. 420 people with disabilities work in the Fincantieri Group.

 

Age diversity also plays an important role and is a value for our company. This is because constant dialogue between people from different age groups combines different experiences, helping the Group to grow and improving its capacity to compete in the market.

WHICH OBJECTIVES DO WE HAVE ON THIS TOPIC?

Diversity and equal opportunity: 2018-2022 Sustainability Plan objectives and targets

Committments Objectives Description/Target Benefits Timetable

Promotion of programmes to promote diversity and inclusion within the Group

Commitment to human rights and diversity

Draft a policy on human rights and diversity which will enable a set of principles and rules to be defined, allowing the Group to improve committment to these aspects

  • Access new markets and develop employer branding
  • Protect against risks
  • Promote equality
  • Promote salary equality
  • Ensure national and European compliance

2019

 

Develop a training programme for facilitators on sustainability issues and in particular on diversity and its promotion in the Company

Develop a training programme for facilitators on sustainability issues and on their promotion in the Company, as part of the Fincantieri for the Future project

At least 40 facilitators trained in Italy

Disseminate widely and naturally new behaviour and an open mentality also on sustainability issues

2020

EMPLOYEES BY AGE RANGE
2018  
  ≤ 30 YEARS 30-50 YEARS ≥ 50 YEARS Total
Senior Managers 0 171 206 377
Middle Managers 29 679 457 1,165
White Collar Employees 1,167 4,111 1,671 6,949
Blue Collar Employees 1,475 6,429 2,879 10,783
Total 2,671 11,390 5,213 19,274
  14% 59% 27%  
 
The data refer to the entire Fincantieri Group.

To prevent discrimination and affirm and ensure respect for equal opportunities, the American companies Fincantieri Marine Group and Fincantieri Marine Systems North America Inc. and the VARD group have organized specific training activities aimed at raising greater awareness of and sensitivity to diversity issues.

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