The personnel represents a patrimony of values, abilities and expertise which is the real driver of “Fare banca per bene” (to bank fairly and well) and of the Bank’s strength and commitment in society and in the community. In order to conserve and grow this patrimony, we offer all employees equal opportunities for growth with no discrimination by gender or of any other nature, through continuous training throughout a person’s career linked to periodic professional assessment and to the recognition of merit. We have also developed policies to reconcile work and family demands with the use of flexible forms of working such as part-time, the reduction or suspension of working hours, hour banks and smart working.
UBI Academy, the Group’s corporate university, studies, plans and delivers training to develop technical expertise and knowledge and managerial abilities and to establish a corporate identity with its own culture and professional ethic. The remuneration and incentive policies of the Group too are designed not only to attract, motivate and retain talent, but also to create a sense of identity and to develop a culture linked to results and to merit. The key principles include fairness interpreted as salary levels consistent with comparable roles and responsibilities and attention to risk and prudence against “moral hazard” and the reward of merit interpreted as recognition of results, expertise and the behaviour and values displayed.
It is the duty of the Health and Safety Manager to safeguard the mental, physical and social well being of persons at the workplace, by means of a health and safety management system oriented towards both compliance with regulations and organisational well-being, a value strongly associated with corporate climate, personal commitment and work satisfaction.
With the co-ordination of the Group Welfare Manager, we offer all employees, whether full or part-time, supplementary forms of pension and health care, insurance policies, paid leave over and above the legal obligation to assist families and for the birth or adoption of children and their attendance at nurseries, financial assistance for single income families or families with disabled members and one-off bonuses for important events such as marriages, births and adoptions, degrees and scholarships for children who are students.