What We Offer
The appreciation of differences, our inclusion polices and the equal opportunities recognised in our growth and development processes are part of the principles on which the Diversity & Inclusion Policy that we promote within the Bank is based.
Working at Banca Generali means embarking upon a process of constant growth at both a human and professional level. Our employees participate in merit-oriented programmes aimed at building knowledge and skills through training sessions and project-management activities.
The programmes are in addition to advanced training initiatives (e.g., advanced courses with prestigious academic institutions and coaching programmes), national and international mobility and cultural, sport and experiential events organised by the Bank, aimed at motivating and retaining the most talented professionals.
We offer market-benchmarked remuneration complemented by additional benefits and incentivisation systems aimed at improving the quality of life of those who work at the Group and rewarding performance, as well as achieving specific objectives on the basis of merit.
Specific training programmes are organised for new recruits in order to both help them become integrated within the Company and gain a better awareness of its business.
Diversity & Inclusion are two key elements of our company culture and strategy. For Banca Generali, 'diversity' means understanding, recognising and celebrating each person’s differences and individuality; 'inclusion' means being committed to attracting and developing the talent that everyone has to offer, promoting an inclusive environment and encouraging the development of a Group culture and identity.
In an increasingly complex, globalised and interconnected world, managing diversity within a company is crucial to the company's success.
In support of the development of a culture of diversity and inclusion, training programmes and company policies have been designed to promote these issues and encourage an inclusive culture that supports individuals in realising their potential, through their experience and cultural strength, regardless of the aspects in which their diversity is expressed.
With regard to equal opportunities for the differently abled, national regulations safeguarding this category are respected and implemented. Since 2018, there has been an increased participation also in Diversity Days: events organised by a number of universities in collaboration with companies specialised in the diversity sector to bring together the world of work and the differently abled.
At the end of 2019, Banca Generali’s female employees was 49% of total.
Hours of Training provided from 2017
In 2019, average hours of training per year per employee amounted to 54, making again an improvement compared to the 2018 figures (45 average hours of training per year per employee).