Personnel represent an asset with values, capabilities and competencies, the recognition and enhancement of which, considered in terms of capitalising and using the capabilities and competencies of individuals, constitute essential conditions for achieving UBI Banca’s mission.
The principles endorsed by ILO (International Labour Organisation) conventions are applied throughout the Group. The local and national standards which Group companies and banks must observe are based on those principles. The polices and processes for personnel management comply with these principles and those of the Global Compact and they employ the values of fairness, consistency, meritocracy and uniformity to translate Group objectives into personal, team and corporate results.
Activities for finding and selecting personnel for the whole Group are centralised at UBI Banca and they are based on criteria of transparency, independent judgement and respect for personal information on candidates. The selection procedure involves various stages of aptitude and behavioural tests, Group assessment and individual interviews to foster mutual knowledge and it not only considers the professional training and experience of candidates but also their human experiences.
UBI Banca takes part in career days and company presentations organised mainly by schools and universities in the areas in which the Group operates, in order to let young people know the type of qualifications and experience in which the Group is interested, to acquire candidates and to carry out preliminary and counselling interviews.