Eni believes that the work-life balance of its people is essential and offers them a wide range of initiatives and services.
Supporting employees in their work-life balance is a key part of Eni's welfare programme, which covers a wide range of services and initiatives.
Eni recognises the value working parents bring to our organisation. Our people detailing are given all the useful information they need on compulsory and optional leave, rest and time off, so that they are aware of the rules on maternity and paternity leave and related rights and responsibilities in their working location. Since 2015, our company has applied the International Labour Organization's (ILO) minimum maternity standards for our people around the world. As well as existing protection, since 2017 Eni has provided 10 days of fully paid paternity leave to enable new fathers to spend quality time with family at this important time. Eni has also signed up to the Maternity as a Master (MAAM) project, dedicated to working women and new or expectant mothers, in all the countries Eni works in. It's the first programme in the world to recognise the professional potential of the experience of becoming a parent. Its innovative perspective sees maternity leave as an opportunity to develop a range of skills that are also useful in the professional sphere, like listening, time management and resilience.
Depending on your working location and role, Eni offers flexible working hours on a weekly and seasonal basis, in order to promote a healthy work-life balance for employees.
Since 2017, some of our people have been experimenting with Smart Working, a way of promoting a better balance between the demands of work and home, and reducing travel time, which also benefits the environment.
Eni’s 0-6 nursery school opened in 2010 in San Donato Milanese (Milan, Italy), to provide important support for balancing work and home life. The service is run to provide maximum coverage and flexibility of hours. The nursery is open to children up to the age of six years, Mondays to Fridays, 7.00 am to 7.00 pm, every month of the year. The project is based on a cutting-edge educational approach centred on the well-being of the child. Through this project, Eni has pioneered recent educational reform, which makes the period up to the age of six an integral part of the education system. In September 2019, a new nursery will be opened in Rome. In terms of quality and organisation, it represents a continuation of the good work done in San Donato Milanese and applies the same strengths and principles in this new location.
Summer trips for children of Eni staff between the ages of six and 14 take place by the sea and in the mountains. They are holidays full of fun and learning, and a chance for children to explore new places and make new friends. They are organised, run and supervised by qualified educational experts and boast a rich range of activities for different age groups. Besides workshops, sports, games and other leisure activities, the trips include English language courses, educational help, and environmental workshops.
Our summer camps are for 15 and 16 year old children of Eni employees. They offer holidays, mostly in English, with a focus on sports, culture and nature. This approach increases children's English knowledge by encouraging them to use it every day.
These initiatives are for children of Eni employees (including outsourced workers) in their third, fourth and fifth years of high school. They, support the children in their education and future career choices. The initiatives include:
We’ve listened to the changing needs of our people and understood emerging trends in everyday family life. That’s why we’ve launched new services aimed at groups that need special attention, like care givers, elderly parents and families who need additional care.
"Fragility" is an initiative in Italy for families who need care or have problems linked to disability. Relying on a cohesive national network of qualified, highly talented workers, the service provides information, education and support, both over the telephone through our contact centres and through our website. We also offer services for helping parents and children identify learning difficulties and special needs early on.
We offer holidays for employees’ parents over the age of 65, by the sea and in the mountains, involving a wide range of social activities and entertainment, as well as trips to the countryside. Health care is provided around the clock by medical staff.
Eni’s Mobility Managers are responsible for creating support plans for transport between home and work. Our people often prefer to use public transport and company car sharing to help reduce polluting emissions. Using discounts Eni employees can, free of charge or through special offers, enjoy services like company shuttle buses, bike sharing, yearly or monthly passes for public transport, used cars from the company fleet and car hire.
Eni people who love art, music and theatre can go to plays, museums and exhibitions using discounts.
Eni believes international mobility is key to developing our business and an opportunity for professional and personal growth. We are aware of the problems our people face when they move abroad, so we offer services that take these into account, in keeping with international standards and appropriate to the potential challenges in their new location, for example help with finding somewhere to live, their children's education, trips back home and spending time with family.
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