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Employees? Young and on the increase

Better medical and pension coverage plus higher salaries for nearly 1000 Sacmi Imola workers.

Young, more and more often graduates, with plenty of social security backing from the cooperative itself. This, then, is the picture that emerges from Sacmi’s first Social Audit: In 2003 Sacmi Imola employees numbered 983, the number of staff rising constantly over the last two years (+2% compared to 2002 and +4.5% compared to 2001). The workforce is largely a young one (two out of three are in the 25 - 45 age bracket) with a concentration of personnel aged between 25 and 35. The trend of establishing a long-term bond with the company is illustrated by the fact that 44% of employees have been with Sacmi for 6 - 15 years.
The period 2001-2002 was characterised by a considerable number of new personnel in Research and Development, more and more often in possession of technical and scientific degrees. As the Social Audit clearly illustrates, health checks and social security play a significant role in personnel relations: in 2003 alone Sacmi invested € 1,456,213 in 464 medical check ups (in addition to those required by law), free medical policies for all employees and a pension fund that involves almost 50% of the workforce. There is also the Cooperlavoro fund, an opportunity so far taken up by 96 employees. On the salary front Sacmi wages are 7% higher than the industrial average. Moreover, 2003 also saw Sacmi channel resources into 17,500 training hours (€ 300,000 invested), while investments in health, safety and the environment totalled € 188,378.


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