Work, at Intesa Sanpaolo a short week of 4 days and 4 months of smart working a year


The proposal that the company will make to personnel provides for a short week, with the possibility of working 4 days a week, increasing the daily hours to 9 on a voluntary basis, for equal pay, without the obligation of a fixed day

Good news for the employees of Intesa Sanpaolo, which will propose a new work organization model to the people of the group in Italy. Among the main innovations, an evolution of smart working with the possibility of flexible working up to 120 days a year, with no monthly limits and a short week of 4 days of 9 working hours for equal pay, on a voluntary basis and compatibly with the technical – organizational and production requirements of the Bank. The bank reports it. A new organization that meets the “needs to reconcile the balance of professional and working life and demonstrates attention to staff well-being”.

An experimentation period in 200 branches

The proposal that Intesa Sanpaolo will make to its personnel envisages the possibility of increasing flexible working from home on a voluntary basis up to 120 days a year, with a meal voucher allowance of 3 euros per day, to also take into account the expenses incurred while working from home, and to work 4 days a week, increasing the daily hours to 9 on a voluntary basis, for equal pay, without the obligation of a fixed day. From January 2023, the people who work in Intesa Sanpaolo will be able to individually access these methods, further improvements compared to the current ones, compatibly with the company’s technical, organizational and production needs. A trial period will also be launched in about 200 branches. Discussions with the trade unions, while taking place in a “profitable and constructive manner, did not find a consensus on the overall content, but Intesa Sanpaolo, confirming its attention to the people of the Group, will continue to propose the best solutions to those who work in the first Italian bank, introducing the new features from January 2023”, explains Intesa Sanpaolo in a note.



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