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MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR OUR PEOPLE

The Group we are today is the result of the dedication, enthusiasm and motivation of our more than 115 thousand people. That's why we continuously promote their personal and professional development.
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Being a Benchmark Employer

Due to the number of jobs created and balanced salary packages, we are aware that we can play an important role in stimulating local economies and improving the quality of life of the communities where we operate.

Our Priorities

We guide our activity based on four main priorities:

PRINCIPLES AND VALUES

We seek to uphold a positive and respectful working environment, driven by high standards of conduct.

Attracting and Retaining

We invest in attracting and developing the talent of our people for the sustained growth of the Group.

HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK

We are concerned with the safety and well-being of our employees in all the countries where we operate.

INTERNAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We endeavour to improve the living conditions of our employees, thereby contributing towards greater social cohesion.

Employees per country

Poland

74,342

Portugal

33,743

COLOMBIA

7,343

As of 31/12/2019

In 2019, we created 6,868 jobs, 6.3% more than in the previous year, and offered 757 on-the-job internships.

Of our 115,428 employees, more than 87 thousand (76%) are women being 67% of management positions held by women.

61.5%
Of the employees are permanent members of staff
88%
Of our employees work
full-time
30%
Group’s Turnover Rate

As of 31/12/2019

Independent Verification

Data regarding information on employees and other workers, collective bargaining agreements, proportion of locally hired employees for senior positions, new hires and turnover, diversity of management bodies and employees, data on parental leave, minimum notice periods regarding operational changes, occupational health and safety indicators, average hours of training per year and per employee, employee skills improvement programmes and transition support programmes, training in Human Rights and anti-corruption policies and practices, and the ratio between the base salary and the remuneration of women and men were verified by an external and independent entity for the Group’s 2019 Annual Report.