The CIR group
is committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunities
, particularly through its employee selection practices; all the subsidiaries reject any discriminatory practice and place great emphasis on valuing the competences of each individual
, quite apart from his or her nationality, religion or gender, political or trade union affiliation, sexual orientation or physical or psychological conditions. Management and valuing of the human capital of CIR are directed towards integration and respect for diversity. Relations between employees take place in protection of the rights and liberties of the individuals and of the fundamental principles of equal social dignity.
The figures for 2016 again confirm the fundamental role that women play in all the companies of the group, which show that female workers make up 47% of the total staffing, up by 2.3% compared to 2015. Regarding protected categories of workers, the companies of the CIR group are committed to fostering their inclusion in its staff complement. To guarantee equal opportunities to employees of both sexes, all the companies of the group promote initiatives to facilitate work-life balance, for example by offering part-time work. Around 10% of permanent staff have used the possibility of part-time work, which meant 1,383 employees at December 31 2016.
The personnel of the CIR group consists of 7,585 men and 6,744 women. The most numerous age group of the people working for the group is between 30 and 50 years of age, which contains 58% of the total workforce. During 2016 1,965 new employees entered the CIR group, while a total of a 1,678 people left the group, giving an entry turnover of 13.7% and an exit turnover of 11.7%.
The CIR group considers the offer of a stable and long-term employment relationship
as a necessary requisite for enabling the company to grow
. The groupís commitment to fostering long-term employment of its staff is confirmed by the high percentage of permanent contracts, which account for 90% of total personnel. The CIR group pays attention to diversity and to equal opportunities when selecting its employees, rejecting any discriminatory practices and valuing the competences of each individual, quite apart from his or her nationality, religion or gender, political or trade union affiliation, sexual orientation or physical or psychological conditions.