The fundamental document regulating the issue of managing employee matters is the „Human capital management policy in the PZU Group” adopted in 2018. Its objective is, in particular, to lend support to the execution of the PZU Group strategy by doing the following:
In addition, topics related to managing employee issues have been captured in the “Best Practices of the PZU Group” that define:
At the end of 2020, the PZU Group had 39,857 employees (converted into FTEs); 26% of them were employed in PZU and PZU Życie, 5% in the health area, 19% in the Alior Bank Group, 37% in the Pekao Group and 7% in foreign companies.
Women account for the majority of employees across the PZU Group (67%).
Women constitute the largest percentage of the staff of PZU Zdrowie and its subsidiaries: approx. 85% of the persons employed. This percentage is 72% in the Pekao Group. Women account for a vast majority also in our foreign companies, i.e. as much as 74%.
In the PZU Group, 87% of employees work under employment contracts executed for an indefinite term. The highest percentage of staff (converted into FTEs) who work under employment contracts for an indefinite term is in foreign companies (95%) and the lowest is in LINK4 (70%).
Among the three age groups identified above, the most numerous is the group of employees aged 30–50; it comprised 66% of employees in 2020 and 65% in 2019. LINK4 employs the highest number of people under 30 (33% in 2020). Conversely, the Pekao Group has the highest number of employees over 50 (31% in 2020).
Most PZU Group staff are employed full-time: 72%. The highest percentage of the staff are employed on such terms in LINK4 (97%), while the lowest – in PZU Życie (17%). The low percentage of people employed full-time at PZU Życie results from the fact that employment is often shared between PZU Życie and PZU.
The employment structure did not change significantly in 2020 in the PZU Group. Persons employed in managerial positions accounted for 14% of the total, just as one year earlier (13%). In the Group, it is PZU Życie that has the highest percentage of persons holding managerial positions in relation to the number of employees in the company (20%). In other PZU Group companies this ratio was respectively: in PZU 16%, in LINK4 14%, in the Pekao Group 12%, in the Alior Bank Group 12%, in foreign companies 14%.
Total number of cases of attrition among employees by gender (converted into FTEs)
Total number of voluntary terminations and dismissals converted into FTEs in the PZU Group:
Turnover ratio (terminations, dismissals) among all PZU Group employees hired under employment contracts:
The ratio takes into account internal turnover, i.e. within the PZU Group.