At 31 December 2017 the Group had 3,026 employees.

The following tables show the percentage breakdown of the workforce according to gender, age, area of activity and qualification.

Workforce by age

Italy2017of which Womenof which Men
less than 30 years2%68%32%
from 30 to 50 years66%62%38%
over 50 years32%59%41%

France2017of which Womenof which Men
less than 30 years3%72%28%
from 30 to 50 years56%63%37%
over 50 years41%61%39%

Workforce according to business 2017

Italy% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Corporate21%52%48%
Books27%70%30%
Retail18%59%41%
Magazines34%62%38%

France% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Corporate25%58%42%
Magazines57%61%39%
Digital4%60%40%
Advertising14%76%24%

All employees in Italy are covered by three types of collective labour agreements: graphics publishing, journalist and sales contracts.

Mondadori France employees are also protected by national contracts: the contract (middle managers and office workers) offered by magazine press publishers, and the journalists’ contract.

Collective labour agreements 2016

TypeTotalWomenMen
Graphics publishing staff ¹68%61%39%
Journalists13%71%29%
Sales 220%56%44%

¹ including Industry executives

2 including Sales executives

TypeFranciaTotalWomenMen
Employés et cadres des Editeurs de presse Magazine50%68%32%
Journalistes50%57%43%

Permanent employment contracts cover 98.5% of employees in Italy and around 97% of employees in France (CDI). The percentage of fixed-term contracts is slightly higher in France, at 2.9% (vs 1.5% in Italy): CDD (Contract à Durée Determinée) are temporary 18-month contracts that can be extended up to a maximum of 36 months.

Permanent and temporary contracts 2016

Italy% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Permanent ¹98.5%61%39%
Temporary1.5%76%24%

¹ including apprentice contracts

 

France% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Permanent97.1%62%38%
Temporary2.9%86%14%

More common in Italy, part-time contracts are in any case more prevalent among women both in Italy and France.

Full time and part-time

Italy% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Full time88%58%42%
Part time12%86%14%

France% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Full time95%61%39%
Part time5%82%18%

All employees, regardless of their employment contract, are entitled to parental leave. In Italy, almost 4% of employees took parental leave (mostly women, at 96%), while in France almost 2% took parental leave (mostly men, 61%).

Parental leave 2016

ItalyWomenMenTotal
Employees with a right to parental leave ¹1,3698592,228
Employees who have enjoyed parental leave93497
Employees gone back to work after parental leave93497
% of employees returning to work and retention after parental leave100%100%100%

¹ the headcounts at 31 December 2017 are reported to ensure consistency with the other tables in the chapter; it should be underlined that, as regards the employees that took parental leave, the total number includes those not covered by the end-of-year headcounts because of terminations/resignations.

 

FranceWomenMenTotal
Employees with a right to parental leave ¹469282751
Employees who have enjoyed parental leave71118
Employees gone back to work after parental leave7916
% of employees returning to work and retention after parental leave100%82%89%

¹ the headcounts at 31 December 2017 are reported to ensure consistency with the other tables in the chapter; it should be underlined that, as regards the employees that took parental leave, the total number includes those not covered by the end-of-year headcounts because of terminations/resignations.