The labour market in the Financial Industry (2010 report)



Autore: ABI

Editore
Bancaria Editrice
Anno
2011
Pagine
143
ISBN
978-88-449-0865-2
Disponibilità
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This is the eighteenth edition of the Report on the labour market in the financial industry, an annual publication of reference for the analysis of the compensation policies, labour costs and some issues related to the European banking sector. In addition to the normal updates and reviews of the national and international comparisons, the report provides an in-depth breakdown of the salient aspects of the compensation systems for main European partners and levels of labour costs and business productivity. A specific focus is given to the trend and important aspects of the work force and specifically of the female employment in Italy’s labour market, comparing such evidence with what is emerging in the Italian and European banking sector. Taking into account the growing importance of Italian banking groups, the report examines the issue of international expansion of the groups, in terms of characteristics of the personnel employed. A snapshot is provided of the situation reported by Italian banks with regard to the availability of supplemental healthcare plans and bank-financed education programmes, and analyzes the principal findings from the ABI’s survey about supplementary pension plans in effect in the Italian banking industry Finally, the report analyzes the status of organizational restructuring processes, with particular reference to their impact on the work force at several of Europe’s leading banks. This report has been realized 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 Trade-unions issues, Economic and Management Analysis and European Banking Report Observatory (EBR).

Introduction
PART I: EMPLOYMENT, WAGES AND LABOUR COSTS IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR
1. Employment in Italian banks
2. Employment by type in Italy and Europe
    2.1 Employment rate by “gender” in Europe
    2.2 Characteristics of banking personnel by gender in Italy
    2.3 Banking employment by gender at a European level
3. Wages and labour cost in Italian banks
4. International expansion of Italian banking groups
    4.1 Geographic distribution of the personnel of Italian banking groups
5. Labour and external competitiveness: an overview
    5.1 Analysis of a sample of large European banks
    5.2 The relative positioning of the largest European banking groups: 1997-2010 comparison
    5.3 Labour cost per employee
    5.4 Labour cost vs. gross income
    5.5 Cost structure
    5.6 Labour cost vs. operating costs
    5.7 Cost structure and profitability
    5.8 The Regional banks
    5.9 Conclusions
6. Labour and external competitiveness: wages and labour cost for specific job positions
    6.1 Wages and labour cost for specific job positions
          6.1.1 Non-managerial positions .
           6.1.2 Positions of the 1st and 2nd pay level of managers and senior managers
    6.2 Conclusions
PART II: REGULATION OF THE LABOUR MARKET
7. Regulatory developments in Italy with regard to the Labour market, pensions and healthcare
     7.1 State pensions
     7.2 Implementation of the reform of the System of Funds and Healthcare Funds
     7.3 Funded training and education - National agreement of 17 February 2010
8. Supplemental retirement plans in the Italian banking industry
     8.1 The monitoring in 2010 of supplemental retirement plans in the Italian banking sector.
           8.1.1 Closed funds
           8.1.2 Open funds
PART III: INNOVATION, RESTRUCTURING AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES: FOCUS AT EUROPEAN LEVEL
9. Adjustment and reduction of costs within European banks after the financial crisis
    9.1 Medium-term trends and the effects of the crisis
    9.2 The cost leaders
    9.3 Are there alternatives to cost-reduction strategies?
    9.4 Business strategies and organizational repercussions
    9.5 Conclusions
Concluding Remarks
Methodological Appendix
References



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