Memòria de Sostenibilitat 2017

Occupation

 

The average number of staff in 2017 was 1,407 people, with an average age of 44.94, and a period of employment at the company of 13.33 years. The percentage of the workforce on an indefinite contract is 79.83%, while 78.86% of the contracts are full-time and only 0.98% are part-time.


World-wide pact of the United Nations

Goal 8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all


Who we are?

Staff distribution by gender (%)

Staff distribution by gender over time

In recent years we have seen an upward trend in recruitment, which increases our staff numbers. The recruitment of women follows an upward trend, as a result of the work and measures implemented in terms of equal opportunities.


  • Where we are?

    Staff distribution by job post (%)

     

  • How much time do we work?

    Staff by type of contract (%)


How educated are we?

  • Education level (2017)

  • Trends in education level by gender: men

    Trends in education level by gender: women

The bulk of the staff reached the education level of Baccalaureate or A-level, but in recent years the staff’s average level of educational qualification has been increasing. Of particular note, in 2017, there is an increased number of staff with degrees.

At B:SM, we apply Principle 6 of the United Nations Global Compact to our labour standards.


Staff Indicators

  • Staff distribution: average number of men per division

  • Staff distribution: average number of women per division

Monthly staff distribution

This table reflects the business needs at different times of the year. Of particular note are the holiday periods in Parking and the Zoo; Park Güell increases its staff from March to September for the shoulder and high seasons, while the Civic Officers staff numbers were increased by order of the City Council.

  • Staff distribution by gender as of 31 December

  • Average staff distribution by gender over time

  • Staff distribution by type of workday and gender as of 31 December

  • Staff distribution by type of contract and gender over time

Internal Promotions and news recruitment

When there is a need to fill vacancies in any part of the organisation, due to the creation or increased number of job posts, it is company policy to open them in the first place to application for promotion by people already on the staff. The rules for these promotions are determined and studied by the company's management and the workers’ representatives in the training Commission set up for it, and they are publicised through the internal communication channels.

Internal promotions by gender over time

Internal promotions by division, workplace and gender

New recruits by age group and gender

Percentage of new recruits under 30 years old over time (%)

  • Distribution of new recruits by reason and gender

  • New recruits by unit and gender

  • Staff turnover rate (%)

  • Distribution of staff leaving the company by reason and gender

 

GRI References: G4-10,G4-LA1

 
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