Pirelli employees around the world

The Pirelli headcount at December 31, 2013 was 37,979 employees (37,338 in 2012 and 34,259 in 2011), for a net increase of 641 employees yoy, including 60 executives and white collar employees and 581 blue collar employees.

employees' distribution breakdown of employees by category

2013ExecWhite collarsBlueTotal
Pirelli Tyre 316 7,217 30,233 37,767
Other Business** 6 85 123 213
Pirelli Total 322 7,302 30,356 37,979

2012ExecWhite collarsBlue collarsTotal
Pirelli Tyre 343 7,096 29,644 37,082
Other Business** 11 114 131 256
Pirelli Total 354 7,210 29,775 37,338

2011ExecWhite collarsBlue collarsTotal
Pirelli Tyre 315 6,140 27,489 33,945
Other Business** 11 140 163 314
Pirelli Total 326 6,280 27,652 34,259

2013vs2012ExecWhite collarsBlue collarsTotal
Pirelli Tyre -27 121 590 684
Other Business** -5 -29 -9 -43
Pirelli Total -32 92 581 641

2013vs2011ExecWhite collarsBlue collarsTotal
Pirelli Tyre 1 1,077 2,744 3,822
Other Business** -5 -56 -40 -101
Pirelli Total -4 1,022 2,704 3,722

* All figures in this section are expressed as Full Time Equivalents.
** It includes PZero and Pirelli Enviroment Services and products.

BREAKDOWN OF EMPLOYEES BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND GENDER

2013
TYPE BUSINESSOTHER BUSINESSES**PIRELLI TOTAL
 Men Women TotalMen WomenTotalMen Women Total
Europe 12,769  2,692  15,461  104  108  212  12,873  2,800  15,673 
Nafta  994  158  1,152  994  158  1,152 
Central and South America  13,466  779  14,244  13,466  779  14,244 
Mea  3,231  80  3,311  3,231  80  3,311 
Asia Pacifico 2,817  780  3,597  2,818  780  3,598 
Total 33,277  4,488  37,765  105  108  213  33,382  4,596  37,978 

2012
TYRE BUSINESSOTHER BUSINESSES**PIRELLI TOTAL
 MenWomenTotalMenWomenTotalMen Women Total
Europe 12,674 2,845 15,519 136 115 251 12,810 2,960 15,769
Nafta  847 147 994 0 0 0 847 147 994
Central and South America  13,049 810 13,860 0 0 0 13,049 810 13,860
Mea  3,228 73 3,301 0 0 0 3,228 73 3,301
Asia Pacific 2,650 759 3,409 5 0 5 2,655 759 3,414
Total 32,448 4,634 37,082 141 115 256 32,589 4,749 37,338

2011
TYRE BUSINESSOTHER BUSINESSES**PIRELLI TOTAL
 MenWomenTotalMenWomenTotalMenWomenTotal
Europe 11,619 2,476 14,095 155 125 280 11,774 2,601 14,375
Nafta  432 58 490 0 0 0 432 58 490
Central and South America  12,676 526 13,202 0 0 0 12,675 527 13,202
Mea  3,228 68 3,296 0 0 0 3,228 68 3,296
Asia Pacific 2,427 428 2,855 37 4 41 2,464 432 2,896
Total 30,382 3,556 33,938 192 129 321 30,574 3,685 34,259

2013 vs 2012
TYRE BUSINESSOTHER BUSINESSES**PIRELLI TOTAL
 MenWomenTotalMenWomenTotalMenWomenTotal
Europe 96 -153 -58 -32 -7 -39 64 -160 -97
Nafta  147 11 158 0 0 0 147 11 158
Central and South America  416 -32 385 0 0 0 416 -32 385
Mea  3 7 10 0 0 0 3 7 10
Asia Pacific 167 21 188 -4 0 -4 163 21 184
Total 829 -146 683 -36 -7 -43 793 -153 640

2013 vs 2011
TYRE BUSINESSOTHER BUSINESSES**PIRELLI TOTAL
 Uomo Donna Totale Uomo Donna Totale Uomo Donna Totale 
Europe 1,150 216 1,366 -51 -17 -68 1,099 199 1,298
Nafta  562 100 662 0 0 0 562 100 662
Central and South America  790 253 1,042 0 0 0 790 253 1,042
Mea  3 12 15 0 0 0 3 12 15
Asia Pacific 390 352 742 -36 -4 -40 354 348 702
Total 2,895 932 3,827 -87 -21 -108 2,808 911 3,719

* All figures in this section are expressed as Full Time Equivalents.
** It includes PZero and Pirelli Enviroment Services and products.

TYPE OF EMPLOYEMENT CONTRACT

2011 2012 2013 2013 vs 2012 2013 vs 2011 
Permanent contract 91,6%  92,7%  93,1%  0,4%  1,5% 
Temporary contract 8,1%  6,6%  6,6%  0,1%  -1,5% 
Agency 0,3%  0,7%  0,3%  -0,4%  0,0% 
Part-time (% of total FTE) 0,8%  0,8%  0,8%  0,0%  0,0% 

EMPLOYEE FLOWS BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP

The following data refer to incoming/outgoing employees. The disposals and acquisitions of companies or business units, and changes in work schedules from full to part-time are not considered.

EMPLOYEE FLOWS BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA 2013-2011

  2013   2012 2011
 
INCOMING OUTCOMING INCOMING  OUTCOMING  INCOMING  OUTCOMING 
Europe 1,805  1,891  1,378  1,581  1,606  1,218 
Nafta  507  355  770  247  245  35 
Central America  2,945  2,527  2,733  2,633  3,191  2,525 
Mea  573  531  243  212  1,018  688 
Asia Pacific 789  596  1,297  769  1,142  693 
Total 6,619  5,900  6,420  5,443  7,202  5,159 

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2013 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: TOTAL VALUES

  INCOMING     OUTCOMING   
<30 30-50 >50 Men Women <30 30-50 >50 Men Women
Europe 1,030 661 115 1,481 324 580 741 570 1,432 459
Nafta  384 121 2 442 65 279 76 0 299 56
Central America  1,950 974 22 2,747 199 1,399 1,019 109 2,332 195
Mea  534 38 1 567 6 417 104 10 528 3
Asia Pacific 602 187 0 667 122 471 122 3 504 92
Total 4,500 1,980 140 5,903 716 3,146 2,062 692 5,096 804

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2013 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: PERCENTAGE VALUES

  INCOMING     OUTCOMING
<30 30-50 >50 Men Women <30 30-50 >50 Men Women
Europe 57%  37%  6%  82%  18%  31%  39%  30%  76%  24% 
Nafta  76%  24%  0%  87%  13%  79%  21%  0%  84%  16% 
Central America  66%  33%  1%  93%  7%  55%  40%  4%  92%  8% 
Mea  93%  7%  0%  99%  1%  79%  20%  2%  99%  1% 
Asia Pacific 76%  24%  0%  85%  15%  79%  20%  1%  85%  15% 
Total 68%  30%  2%  89%  11%  53%  35%  12%  86%  14% 

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2012 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: TOTAL VALUES

  INCOMING     OUTCOMING   
<30 30-50 >50 Men Women <30 30-50 >50 Men Women
Europe 697 437 35 1,025 145 439 399 173 896 114
Nafta  589 178 3 658 112 165 77 5 217 30
Central America  1,861 853 19 2,522 211 1,557 971 105 2,499 134
Mea  206 37 0 230 13 110 95 7 204 8
Asia Pacific 1,007 287 3 860 437 614 149 6 648 121
Total 4,360 1,792 60 5,295 918 2,885 1,691 296 4,464 407

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2012 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: PERCENTAGE VALUES

  INCOMING    OUTCOMING   
<30 30-50 >50 MenWomen<30 30-50 >50 MenWomen
Europe 60% 37% 3% 88% 12% 43% 39% 17% 89% 11%
Nafta  76% 23% 0% 85% 15% 67% 31% 2% 88% 12%
Central America  68% 31% 1% 92% 8% 59% 37% 4% 95% 5%
Mea  85% 15% 0% 95% 5% 52% 45% 3% 96% 4%
Asia Pacific 78% 22% 0% 66% 34% 80% 19% 1% 84% 16%
Total 70% 29% 1% 85% 15% 59% 35% 6% 92% 8%

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2011 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: TOTAL VALUES

  INCOMING     OUTCOMING
<30 30-50 >50 MenWomen <30 30-50 >50 Men Women
Europe 1,001 564 41 1,364 242 593 487 139 1,075 143
Nafta  167 77 1 219 26 14 21 0 26 9
Central America  2,252 923 16 2,044 147 1,539 918 68 2,390 135
Mea  980 38 0 998 20 579 95 14 680 8
Asia Pacific 975 167 0 930 212 595 97 1 627 66
Total 5,375 1,769 58 6,555 647 3,320 1,618 222 4,798 360

EMPLOYEE FLOWS 2011 BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA, GENDER AND AGE GROUP: PERCENTAGE VALUES

  INCOMING     OUTCOMING   
<30 30-50 >50 Men Women <30 30-50 >50 Men Women
Europe 62% 35% 3% 85% 15% 49% 40% 11% 88% 12%
Nafta  68% 31% 0% 89% 11% 40% 60% 0% 74% 26%
Central America  71% 29% 0% 95% 5% 61% 36% 3% 95% 5%
Mea  96% 4% 0% 98% 2% 84% 14% 2% 99% 1%
Asia Pacific 85% 15% 0% 81% 19% 86% 14% 0% 90% 10%
Total 75% 25% 1% 91% 9% 64% 31% 4% 93% 7%

 

The overall trend with regards to personnel in 2013 was therefore one of substantial growth. In mature countries (those countries where Pirelli operates that are internationally defined as “mature” markets or “non-emerging” markets), efficiency improvement plans continued at Settimo Torinese in connection with the technological and organisational reorganisation related to start-up of the New Car Centre (-22 employees). In Germany, instead, 278 employees were added at the Pneumobil company for expansion of the Pirelli retail chain, while closure of the Merzig steel cord plant took place (-70 employees). In regard to emerging markets (those countries where Pirelli operates that are internationally defined as “emerging”, i.e. Romania, Russia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Egypt, Turkey and China), the increases in production volumes contributed to growth in the labour force in China (+193), in Romania (+88), in Argentina (+103), in Brazil (+266) and in Mexico (+136) upon expansion of the new plant at Silao. Moreover, reorganisation is underway at the Russian plants in Kirov and Voronezh, leading to the reduction of 364 employees from 2012.

With regard to annual employee turnover, the number of employees hired in 2013 was up from the previous year, essentially due to a higher volume of production in the factories compared to 2012.

Pirelli does not employ anyone under the age of 14. The Company employs 58 young people aged between 16 and 18 (24 in Brazil, 23 in Germany, 3 in Switzerland, 3 in the United Kingdom and 2 in Venezuela) and, as an exception, 6 young people aged between 14 and 16 (of whom 5 in Brazil and 1 in Switzerland), all of whom are involved in training and integration programmes in line with local legislation.