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 10 cities involved (Bologna, Firenze, Milano/Assago, Moncalieri, Napoli, Parma, Roma, Padova/Rubano, Torino 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);
development of car and bike sharing services. In Italy ALI (Associazione Lavoratori di Intesa Sanpaolo) has formed partnerships with the main networks in Bologna, Florence, Milan, Naples, Padua, Rome, Turin and Venice. Similar solutions are also available at Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank (Slovenia) and Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania with bicycles owned by the Bank. At Privedna Banka Zagreb (Croatia) and CIB Bank (Hungary) employees can take advantage of special parking facilities and services (changing rooms and showers) and the application of discounts on purchases of bicycles and accessories;
company shuttle service available in Turin/Moncalieri, Milan, Naples, Padua and Venice, which has a positive impact on the environment (an estimated 397 tonnes of CO2 avoided) as well as on people’s quality of life;
in Italy anagreement has been signed on territorial and professional mobility that helps the rapprochement with the residence or home of colleagues who work in distant locations and with particular personal needs;
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).
management of the company fleet through precise selection criteria and principles of use that promote environmentally friendly use. With this in mind, the company fleet renewal process continues with the replacement of euro 4 and 5 vehicles in favor of euro 6 vehicles, which more than doubled compared to the previous year;
presence of car pooling in Bank of Albania, CIB Bank (Hungary) and in Banca Intesa Beograd (Serbia) with positive results.
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. Moreover, the use of remote communication developed both for listening activities (web focus group for internal communication managed online) and for work with the progressive increase in the use of Skype for Business is increasingly widespread (messaging instantaneous, voice over IP or online meetings) in place of business trips / trips.