Welfare

At the Unipol Group, welfare is generative: it liberates and regenerates energy, enhances individual skills and revitalises. It makes life more meaningful and, at the same time, easier to face.

At the Unipol Group, welfare is provided at two levels:

  • The first so-called “historical” level concerns activities related to healthcare and supplementary pension schemes. These benefits, introduced partly as a result of bargaining with trade unions, have long been a key aspect of the relationship between the company and its employees. Healthcare benefits and supplementary pension schemes are currently provided by 9 Pension Funds and 19 Industry Funds covering employees in the insurance, banking, agricultural, commercial, tourism and tertiary sectors.  
  • The second level embraces 3 areas, providing services for:  
    • You 
    • Your children
    • Your family

Services for you, designed to facilitate and enrich quality of life, range from parental support projects – with Maam, the online Parental Master that develops the skills of future and new parents, with seminars that accompany children’s growth and a Kids at the Office party that encourages integration between personal and professional life – to Free Time Services at the main offices (including medicine delivery, laundry, shoe repair, organic fruit and vegetable delivery from social farming), volunteering initiatives and disability support programs, to which Unipol has always dedicated care and attention through needs analyses, training courses, dedicated services and specific technological aids.

Services for your children, with an integrated offer facilitating access to reliable services and facilities. These include nurseries, baby sitting services, summer camps, student exchange programs, maths programs, guidance for parents and children, Unipol Scholarships for merit and Intercultura Foundation Scholarships offering experience abroad to encourage language skills and openness to the world.

Services for your family include health and home care services for the elderly, as well as additional projects for widespread coverage by an integrated network of selected services for both dependent relatives and their caregivers. 

Creating welfare together

93
% of Employees
know the Group Welfare
81
% of Employees
consider the Welfare important
50
% of Employees
consider the Welfare important to strenghten the company sense of belonging
90
%
the percentage of initiatives considered positive by employees

A brief synthesis of our internal survey launched on the 2nd of February 2016 on Group Welfare. The objective was to test the general perception of company welfare, by measuring the knowledge level, usage and satisfaction related to single initiatives.