Navalmeccanica, in Fincantieri’s talent program one in three is female

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Can shipbuilding become a place for women? Yes, and to prove it there is the largest company in the sector in our country, Fincantieri, which is leading the way for a more inclusive and fair model. In the 2023-2027 sustainability plan, the company has indicated gender diversity as a fundamental value for the success and culture of the group and for this reason it has launched a series of initiatives that have earned it Rina certification on gender equality Uni/Pdr 125:2022 as evidence of the commitment to workplace equity and inclusion.

Among others, there is a strong focus on balance in new hires, so much so that in 2023, 34% of the talents hired in the talent acceleration program were women. A target well above the 25% envisaged by the certification that Fincantieri has obtained. The group thus becomes the first in the shipbuilding sector in Italy to receive the recognition, based on an evaluation process that considers 33 parameters such as corporate culture and strategy, training opportunities, growth and inclusion of women, equity in terms of wages, initiatives to protect parenting and work-life balance.

Luciano Sale, director of Human resources and Real estate at Fincantieri explains that «an inclusive and diversity-sensitive work environment is fundamental for the growth of the Group according to the directives of our 2023-2027 Sustainability Plan. The further verification audits, expected in the coming years, will be a stimulus for us to further promote the participation of our employees”. Paolo Moretti, CEO of Rina Services, adds that «the certification issued to Fincantieri represents a concrete demonstration of the development of policies relating to diversity, equity and inclusion which has resulted in the creation of an inclusive and equal climate also through continuous attention and training ».

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