Group's social data
Employees by age, gender and professional category
|Of which women||61%||63%||50%||59%|
|< 30 years||-||-||0||0|
|< 30 years||1||2||2||5|
|< 30 years||10||8||15||33|
|< 30 years||35||48||233||316|
|< 30 years||0||0||8||8|
|< 30 years||155||19||64||238|
|< 30 years||245||91||200||536|
|Head of Service||3,311||2,118||1,121||6,550|
|< 30 years||1,402||297||651||2,350|
|< 30 years||11,117||3,027||6,746||20,890|
|Vulnerable categories/Employees with disabilities||-||535||61||596|
For North America, information on employees in protected categories is not available for legal reasons.
Employees by type of contract
|Of which women||61%||63%||50%||59%|
|Of which women||19,581||8,736||3,003||31,320|
|Of which women||n/a||1,681||2,696||4,377|
|Of which women||15,455||3,771||3,050||22,276|
|Of which women||4,126||6,646||2,649||13,421|
* 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
|Top Managers||8.3||Area Managers||15.3|
|Senior Managers||10.2||Store Managers||31.8|
||9.3||Head of Service||35.1|
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
|2018 - Group|
|Top managers||Area Managers||79%|
|Senior Managers||90%||Store managers||79%|
|White collars||86%||Head of Service||42%|
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
|New hires (n)||24,256||12,009||8,751||45,016|
|< 30 years||17,177||7,116||7,204||31,497|
|< 30 years||15,976||6,716||6,078||28,770|
|Turnover in ingresso (%)||76%||72%||77%||75%|
|< 30 years||132%||204%||91%||129%|
|Turnover in uscita (%)||72%||76%||65%||72%|
|< 30 years||123%||192%||77%||118%|
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 Rate (IR)||28.1||25||22.9||26.3|
|Lost Day Rate||0.2||0.5||0.1||0.2|
|Occupational disease rate||0||0.04||0.16||0.04|
* 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
|Direct energy consumption||GJ||222.677||135.940||358.617|
|Energy from non-renewable sources:||-|
|Energy from vehicles owned:||-|
|Indirect energy consumption||GJ||357.598||851.044||1.208.642|
|From non-renewable sources||MWh||99.333||236.323||335.656|
|From renewable sources||MWh||-||78||78|
|Emissions||t CO2 eq||60.891||86.046||146.937|
|From non-renewable sources:||11.379||6.385||17.764|
|From vehicles owned:||-||1.691||1.691|
|Indirect emissions||t CO2||49.513||77.970||127.482|
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
|Means of disposal||uom||Europe|
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.