Unipol, women employees outnumber men

Dec 31 1997
Dec 31 1997

In 1997, the employees of Unipol are 1,525 people divided between men (49.6%) and women (50.4%). Thus women have overtaken men, mainly due to the recruitment of female staff for the Sertel operations center.

12.1% of employees are under 30 years of age, 51.9% are under 40. The average age is 39.

50.2% of employees have a high school diploma, 27.1% have earned a university degree.

Recruitment (121, with a balance of + 54) is determined by mobility processes between the Group companies or by the labor market, in particular for the development of the telephone operations centers of UniSalute, Linear and Sertel.