Autogrill in figures

Group's social data

Employees by age, gender and professional category

2017North America Europe International Total
Total employees
30,988 17,467 9,957 58,412
Of which women: 18,813 10,912 5,205 34,930
61% 62% 52% 60%
Head offices 578 671 729 1.978
Top Managers 82 38 21 141
Women 28 5 5 38
< 30 years 0 0 0 0
30-50 years 39 17 13 69
> 50 years 43 21 8 72
Senior Managers 130 52 70 252
Women 58 16 25 99
< 30 years 1 1 3 5
30-50 years 79 41 56 176
> 50 years 50 10 11 71
Managers 164 164 103 431
Women 73 82 45 200
< 30 years 11 7 27 45
30-50 years 108 114 74 296
> 50 years 45 43 2 90
White collars 202 417 535 1,154
Women 129 269 282 680
< 30 years 35 55 318 408
30-50 years 111 242 194 547
> 50 years 56 120 23 199
Locations 30,410 16,796 9,228 56,434
Area Managers 116 60 72 248
Women 32 11 22 65
< 30 years 0 3 8 11
30-50 years 51 34 63 148
> 50 years 65 23 1 89
Store Managers 1,076 537 205 1,818
Women 510 165 83 758
< 30 years 106 18 48 172
30-50 years 644 361 148 1,153
> 50 years 326 158 9 493
Managers 884 655 418 1,957
Women 499 370 178 1,047
< 30 years 258 127 171 556
30-50 years 486 394 232 1,112
> 50 years 140 134 15 289
Head of Service 2,954 1,852 844 5,650
Women 1.992 1,100 400 3,492
< 30 years 1.277 147 574 1,998
30-50 years 1.163 1,328 255 2,746
> 50 years 514 377 15 906
Multi-service Employees 25,380 13,692 7,689 46,761
Women 15,492 8,894 4,165 28,551
< 30 years 11,064 3,287 6,041 20,392
30-50 years 8,640 7,549 1,413 17,602
> 50 years 5,676 2,856 235 8,767
Protected categories/employees with disabilities                      -     580 106 686

For North America, information on employees in protected categories is not available for legal reasons.

Employees by type of contract

2017 North America Europe International Total
Total employees
30,988 17,467 9,957 58,412
Of which: women 18,813 10,912 5,205 34,930
61% 62% 52% 60%
Pemanent 30,988 15,074 4,798 50,860
Of which: women 18,813 9,615 2,515 30,943
Temporary* n.a. 2,393 5,159 7,552
Of which: women n.a. 1,297 2,690 3,987
Full time 24,397 7,589 5,847 37,833
Of which: women 14,706 3,869 2,613 21,188
Part time 6,591 9,878 4,110 20,579
Of which: women 4,107 7,043 2,592 13,742

* The "Temporary" category does not apply to workers in North America, who are classified according to current legislation ("at-will employment") by which both parties can terminate the employment contract at any time.

Per capita training hours by employee category

2017- Group  
Head officesStores
Top Managers 12.4 Area Managers 17.9
Women 17.5 Women 15.0
Men 11.4 Men 18.9
Senior Managers 24.3 Store Managers 27.7
Women 22.4 Women 25.2
Men 25.3 Men 29.4
Managers 18.5 Managers 29.0
Women 21.0 Women 27.7
Men 16.3 Men 30.5
White collars
8.3 Head of Service 21.0
Women 8.4 Women 18.9
Men 8.2 Men 24.4
    Multi-service Employees 35.9
    Women 35.2
    Men 37.2

Training hours at HMSHost North America were estimated on the basis of the individual training plan drawn up for each new hire. Also, at the head offices, professional development (especially for top managers) often takes place in the form of workshops, conferences and seminars which are not subject to reporting.

Employees receiving regular performance reviews

2017 - Group
Headquarters  Stores
Top managers   Area Managers 89%
n.a. Women 85%
  Men 91%
Senior Managers 82% Store managers 90%
Women 84% Women 90%
Men 81% Men 91%
Managers 88% Managers 84%
Women 89% Women 87%
Men 87% Men 81%
White collars 78% Head of Service 38%
Women 77% Women 35%
Men 78% Men 43%
    Multi-service Employees 15%
    Women 14%
Men 16%

Data for top managers is not included because it refers to a management by objectives approach that differs from the performance review programs in place for other employees.

 

New hires and termination

2017 North America Europe International Total
  No. hires
% No. hires % No. hires % No. hires %
Hires 22,884 74% 8,198 47% 8,203 82% 39,285 67%
Women 14,057 75% 4,473 41% 4,166 80% 22,696 65%
Men 8,827 73% 3,725 57% 4,037 85% 16,589 71%
< 30 years 16,714 131% 5,027 138% 6,919 96% 28,660 122%
30-50 years 4,808 42% 2,806 28% 1,194 49% 8,808 37%
> 50 years 1,362 20% 365 10% 90 28% 1,817 17%
  No. departures
% No. departures % No. departures % No. departures %
Departures 22,715 73% 7,306 42% 6,434 65% 36,455 62%
Women 13,831 74% 4,016 37% 3,240 62% 21,087 60%
Men 8,884 73% 3,290 50% 3,194 67% 15,368 65%
< 30 years 16,032 126% 4,092 112% 5,494 76% 25,618 109%
30-50 years 4,998 44% 2,583 26% 875 36% 8,456 35%
> 50 years 1,685 24% 631 17% 65 20% 2,381 22%

Percentages represent turnover rates (incoming and outgoing) and are calculated in relation to the total number of employees for each area, gender and age group.

Injury rates

2017 North America Europe* International Total
Total injuries 1,134 592 162 1,888
Women 723 374 97 1,194
Men 411 218 65 694
Number of employees** 30,988 16,169 5,420 52,577
Women 18,813 10,186 2,465 31,464
Men 12,175 5,983 2,955 21,113
Injury rate (IR)*** 27.8 26.4 25.1 27.1
Women 30.5 27.9 39.7 30.2
Men 24.0 24.3 16.2 23.1
Severity rate**** 0.1 0.6 0.1 0.3
Women 0.2 0.7 0.1 0.3
Men 0.1 0.5 0.1 0.2

* For Europe, Germany is not included because a new injury monitoring system is being implemented and will take effect in 2018. The International area does not include Ireland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom because the type of absence was not reported. For the sake of thoroughness we note that these three countries had 20, 60, and 11 minor incidents, respectively (mainly burns and cuts). Also, for the sake of comparison, because the reporting system in North America does not count commuting accidents, the injury rates do not include this kind of accident for any geographical region. In any case, in 2017 there were 150 commuting accidents in Europe and 24 in International. In the International area there was a single case of occupational disease, in Finland.  

** Not including Germany, Ireland, UK and Netherlands. For details, see the section "Autogrill Groip social and environment data". During 2017 no fatalities occured

*** Injury rate(IR): (number of injuries + number of deaths)/total hours worked) *1,000,000

**** Severity rate: (number of days lost due to injuries/total hours worked) *1,000

 

Group's environmental data

Environment – energy consumption and emissions

2017 uom North America Europe Total
No. locations included   101 580  
Total direct energy consumption GJ 249,681.8 150,982.2 400,663.9
From non-renewable sources:        
Natural gas m3 6,091,829.5 1,816,720.1 7,908,549.6
Fuel oil l 0.0 1,151,971.8 1,151,971.8
LPG   0.0 284,798.3 284,798.3
Propane kg 0.0 828.0 828.0
By vehicle fleet:        
Gasoline l 0.0 6,614.0 6,614.0
Diesel l 0.0 658,939.0 658,939.0
Total indirect energy consumption GJ 348,998.0 855,872.5 1,204,870.5
Electricity        
From non-renewable sources: MWh 96,943.9 237,539.3 334,483.2
By vehicle fleet: MWh 0.0 203.1 203.1
Emissions   61,114.4 88,264.8 149,379.2
Total direct emissions   12,792.7 8,934.3 21,727.0
From non-renewable sources: t CO2e 12,792.7 7,217.1 20,009.9
By vehicle fleet: t CO2e 0.0 1,717.1 1,717.1
Total indirect emissions   48,321.7 79,330.5 127,652.1
Electricity t CO2e 48,321.7 79,330.5 127,652.1

Data on direct and indirect energy consumption refers mainly to head offices and motorway locations, where utilities are contracted directly by the Group. Data for the International area (airports and railway stations only) and for North American airports is not included because utilities are contracted by the infrastructure operator.

The factors used to compute emissions were published by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in 2015.

Environment – waste production disposal method

2017
Means of disposaluomEurope
Hazardous waste:   16.5
Recycled t 8.5
Incinerator t 7.8
Landfill t 0.2
Non-hazardous waste:   19,464.0
Recycled t 5,661.9
Incinerator t 6,566.5
Landfill t 7,235.6

Data regarding the production and disposal of waste refers mainly to the motorway channel and covers only those locations where the Group uses a private waste management firm. Therefore, data for Europe does not include Germany, Slovenia and Spain. Data for the International area (airports and railway stations only) and for North America is not included because waste management is contracted by the infrastructure operator.

Latest update: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 - 15:56