The Mobility Management function definesat Group levelstrategiesand guidelinesregardingsustainable mobility.
This is an important commitment realised by researching, promoting and implementing solutions to combine the well-being of our employees with the welfare of the cities in which we live and work. The Group Mobility Manager is supported by 10 Mobility Territorial Delegates working to monitor the demand for mobility and to spread culture and initiatives promoted by the Group.
HOME-WORK COMMUTING PLANS
Since 2009, the Group's Mobility Manager has been drawing up the Home-Work Commuting Plans on an annual basis, by mapping needs, listening to colleagues and using their active participation.
In delivering the reports to the local authorities of the 11 cities involved (Bologna, Firenze, Milano, Moncalieri, Napoli, Parma, Roma, Sarmeola di Rubano (PD), Torino, Torri di Quartesolo (VI) and Venezia), the Bank commits itself to transforming into concrete action the information gathered from listening to colleagues, aiming at improving mobility for the environment, for our cities, for ourselves and for future generations.
Every year through the Home-Work Commuting Plans the results achieved are compared with the goals previously set and actions to be promoted during the following year are appropriately drawn up. These are some of the results achieved:
to facilitate mobility in major urban centers, numerous agreements have been signed with local public transport companies in Bologna, Florence, Milan, Naples, Padua, Rome, Turin and Venice. Colleagues from of the above mentioned cities can subscribe to the public transport subscription directly from the corporate intranet (Mobility Portal) with discounted rates and payment by instalments; moreover, thanks to the synergy with the "Associazione Lavoratori di Intesa Sanpaolo" (ALI), in some cities a contribute was also provided. Some agreements with local transport companies are also active in CIB Bank (Hungary) and Privredna Banka Zagreb (Croatia);
to foster car sharing, the agreement with Car2go continues in Milan, Florence and Rome. As regard International Subsidiary banks, a system of car pooling is active in CIB Bank (Hungary), which can be used by all colleagues through online booking, and in Banca Intesa Beograd (Serbia), where both personal and corporate cars are available;
as regard bike sharing, in Italy, thanks to ALI, the national agreement continues with "BICInCittà", which is present in several Italian places, and with "BikeMi" in Milan, where dedicated contributions are available for colleagues. In the International Subsidiary banks, the bike sharing service is active in four banks (Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania, CIB Bank, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in Slovenia and Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania) with bicycles owned by the Bank. In Hungary and Croatia, where there is a high sensitivity to the use of bicycles, parking spaces and services for the colleagues (changing rooms and showers) are available;
the monitoring of business shuttle service continues, to keep track of the data related to its actual use, to promote it and, if necessary, to review routes and timetables. In Turin, in particular, a study on Turin / Moncalieri mobility flows was carried out in collaboration with Politecnico to assess whether the shuttle system is still effective, based on the implementation of the local public transport service. Within the perimeter of the International Subsidiary banks, in Bank of Alexandria there is a shuttle connecting Cairo to the Governorate of Giza;
concerning territorial and professional mobility, an agreement has been signed in Italy, in order to give the possibility to colleagues working in distant places and with particular personal needs to work closer to their residence or domicile;
concerning Corporate Mobility in Italy and abroad continues theconstant supervision of the data relating to the reporting model of the indicators of environmental sustainability, detailed by type of carrier (trains, planes, company fleet and personal car for business travel). This year, the process of producing indicators has been redefined to take into account both the changes occurred in recent years in corporate information systems and the new requirements linked to the evolution of the reporting strategy;
a preliminary feasibility study was carried out on the road safety management system in accordance with ISO 39001 - Road Traffic Safety Management System. The analysis made it possible to focus on the activities undertaken to date and on possible developments to improve the safety of employees during home-work commuting, business travel and of suppliers and customers who are moving towards the Group's headquarters in Italy.
ON-LINE SERVICES AND INFORMATION
Through the corporate intranet, the Intesa Sanpaolo employees can access, directly from their workstation, information and services on sustainable mobility, such as public transport season-tickets, bike sharing and car sharing.
Finally, more widespread use is being made of remote communication systems which the Banks makes available to employees to limit travelling needs.