Development of local people
In detail:

  • the development of international career paths
  • a chart providing an overview of the internationalisation projects promoted

The importance of internal development

Despite a reduction of the number of local resources employed outside Italy compared with the previous year (561 or -5.1%), the proportion of local staff on the total number of resources abroad, rose, compared with 2015, from 84.5% to 84.7%. The change was due to a reduction in clerical staff and a rise in the number of blue collars. The number of supervisory personnel (i.e. senior managers and managers) remained essentially the same.

In absolute terms, the local resources employed by companies not consolidated with the integral method, rose by 1,676 units, compared with 2015, while the proportion of the total foreign resources remained unchanged.

Eni offers the possibility to develop an international career and the main initiatives in this context in 2015 included:

  • the completion of the new HR Evolution system, which guarantees coverage of planning and recruitment processes in a more uniform manner at the global level and in line with the objective of internationalising resources and enhancing Eni’s professionalism around the world (14,137 forms online in 2015 for a total of 12,000 people).
  • the ongoing updating and monitoring of international mobility and recruitment policies with a view to being a global company and aimed a increased integration.
  • the launch and/or follow up of internationalisation projects such as the Green Project, the High Potential Manager (HPM) Project, Stars and High Potentials and the Integrated Development, Nationalisation and Training Plans Project in West Africa (see the chart Internationalisation).

Expansion of competence and professional skills and raising awareness of issues not specific to your area of origin Green Project 2015 Exploration & Development: aims to provide a selected sample of young talent with a broader view of the whole upstream chain
The mapping of skills and definition of the development plans for the talents Project to reinforce High Potential Managers (HPM), Stars and High Potentials: aims to define specific individual professional development plans for high potential or excellent individuals (especially young graduates and Senior Staff/Managers)
Employability and the enhancement of professionalism Integrated Development Plans project, nationalisation and training in West Africa: aimed at strengthening the local labour force in order to provide a more adequate response to the evolution of the business environment through plans for the nationalisation of positions, plans for the development of high potential resources and specific training programmes

Read also

Community development projects

Around the world, Eni promotes projects to encourage development and respond to the needs of local communities.

Training its people

Through Eni Corporate University Eni provides for the training of its people and the dissemination of knowledge of technical and managerial skills.
Back to top