The labour market in the Financial Industry (2013 report)


Compensation and labour costs in the Italian & European banking sector

 

Autore: ABI
Curatori: Giancarlo Durante, Luigi Prosperetti

Editore
Bancaria Editrice
Anno
2014
Pagine
140
ISBN
978-88-449-0997-0
Disponibilità
Disponibile
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Presentazione

La ventunesima edizione dell'abstract in inglese del Rapporto 2013 sul mercato del lavoro nell'industria finanziaria. Il tradizionale punto di riferimento, a cadenza annuale, per le analisi delle politiche retributive e di gestione del personale delle imprese di credito. Il volume propone aggiornamenti e approfondimenti dei confronti nazionali e internazionali su occupazione, retribuzioni e costo del lavoro, caratteristiche salienti dei sistemi di compensation dei principali partner europei, dei loro assetti contrattuali, così come dei livelli di produttività aziendale.

Introduction
 
PART I: EMPLOYMENT, WAGES AND LABOUR COSTS IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR
 
1. Employment
1.1 Employment in Europe 
1.2 Employment by contract type in Europe 
1.3 Personnel in the credit sector in Italy 
1.4 Employment by gender in the Italian credit sector
2. Wages and labour costs in Italian banks
 
3. International expansion of Italian banking groups
3.1 Geographic distribution of the personnel in Italian banking groups
4. Labour and external competitiveness: a look at the whole picture
4.1 Unit labour cost 
4.2 Labour cost in relation to gross income 
4.3 Cost structure 
4.4 Labour cost in relation to operating expenses 
4.5 Cost structure and profitability 
4.6 Regional banks
4.7 Conclusions
5. Labour and external competitiveness: wages and labour cost for specific job positions
5.1 Wages and labour cost for certain professional personnel
5.1.1 Positions related to professional areas
5.1.2 1st and 2nd level managers and senior managers
5.2 Conclusions
PART II: LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS
 
6. New developments in the Italian labour market
6.1 Incentives for hiring young people under open-ended contracts
6.2 Fixed-term contract and apprenticeship
6.3 Project work 
6.4 Training assignments 
6.5 Solidarity funds 
6.6 Mandatory employment 
6.7 Other employment provisions 
6.8 Pension and social-welfare provisions
7. Italian Credit Sector Solidarity Fund
7.1 Reform of the pension system 
7.2 Credit Sector Solidarity Fund: recipients of extraordinary allowance
8. Collective bargaining in the Italian credit sector
8.1 A focus on corporate welfare. The role of the banks 
8.2 Agreement of 19 April 2013 on work-life balance, equal opportunity and corporate social responsibility
PART III: INNOVATION, RESTRUCTURING AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: A EUROPEAN FOCUS
 
9. The restructuring of European banks
9.1 Cost reductions in European banks, 2008-2012 
9.2 Key developments in the principal European countries 
9.3 Probable medium-term trends 
9.3.1 Networks 
9.3.2 The skills required 
9.3.3 The back office 
9.3.4 Wages 
9.4 Conclusions
Concluding remarks
 
Methodological Appendix
 
References