The labour market in the Financial Industry (2005 Report)

Compensation and labour costs in the Italian & European banking sector

Autore: ABI

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This is the thirteenth edition of the Annual Report on labour costs, salaries and some issues related to the European banking sector. In addition to the usual updating of figures and closer consideration of the national and international situation, the volume, using a set of international data ' as well as information gathered directly by the authors from foreign banks and banking associations ' examines the main features of the salary systems in force in the main European countries, as well as levels of labour costs and bank productivity.

This Report has been realised by Giancarlo Durante (head of project and co-ordinator), Luigi Prosperetti (scientific consultant) and a group established by the following offices of the Italian Banking Association: Wage Systems and Dynamics, Labour Legislation, Social and Tradeunions issues, Research and Analysis and Economic Evaluations.

1. Employment
"2. Recent reforms in the Italian labour law system: implementation of the ""Biagi Reform"", the pension system reform, and supplementary retirement benefits"
2.1 The multi-industry agreement of 13 November 2003 relating to on-the-job training contracts
2.2 The pension system revised
2.3 Current status of the Supplementary Pension system
3. Current trends of the supplementary pension system in the Italian banking industry
3.1 "Collectively bargained" pension funds for bank employees
4. Employment and external competition: an overview

4.1 Analysis of a sample of major European banks
4.2 Staff costs per employee
4.3 Staff costs and productivity: Labour cost vs gross income
4.4 The cost structure
4.5 Staff costs in proportion to operating costs
4.6 Cost structure and profitability
4.7 The Regional banks
4.8 Conclusions
5. Labour and external competition: types of employment contract and job positions
"5.1 Foreword
5.2 Salaries and labour cost for some job positions
5.2.1 Non-managerial jobs
5.2.2 Positions of managers at the 3rd and 4th pay levels, and of senior managers
5.3 Labour management flexibility and constraints at European banks
5.3.1 Job classification
5.3.2 Working hours
5.4 Conclusions"
6. The process of change at European banks
"6.1 Foreword
6.2 Banks, customers and the broadband
6.3 Changes in physical networks
6.4 Internal and external human resources
6.5 New personnel management policies
6.5.1 External mobility
6.5.2 External mobility and careers
6.5.3 Reward systems
6.6 Conclusions"
Methodological appendix

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