Ducati declared one of Italy’s Top Employers for the second year running
The Bologna based company has been recognised for its excellent working conditions
The report by the Top Employers Institute endorses the best companies in terms of Human Resources
Ducati has been declared one of the Top Employers for Italy in 2016. The recognition, for the second year in a row, comes from the Top Employers Institute which certifies the best companies worldwide in terms of human resources.
Top Employers certification is awarded to companies offering excellent working conditions that train and develop talents at every level throughout the company and which strive continuously to improve and optimise best practices in the field of human resources.
The key point of the procedures followed by Top Employers is a far-reaching and serious research process – the HR Best Practices Survey – and the high standards required must be met. In order to safeguard the validity of the research procedures, each answer undergoes revision by audit. This demonstrates that the working conditions adopted by Ducati have been carefully checked, permitting the motorcycle manufacturer to join a selected group of companies certified as Top Employers.
Alessio Tanganelli, Regional Director for Italy, Spain and Brazil at the Top Employers Institute explained the reasons behind Ducati’s certification: “An excellent working environment capable of encouraging not only the professional but also the personal and human growth of staff. The research carried out by Top Employers found and certified the excellent conditions in the HR field at Ducati and were able to ascertain the wide range of benefits and proactive initiatives the company offered its employees. These range from working conditions to non-monetary benefits and structured training and development policies, all coherently in line with the company culture”.
“At Ducati we endeavour to make the professional experience both motivating and full of satisfaction. The Top Employers certification we’ve earned once again in 2016 underlines the results of this effort”, commented Claudio Domenicali, CEO at Ducati Motor Holding. “We consider the Ducati employees to be our number one fans and enthusiasts, and we strive to build a strong sense of belonging between them and the company and this is vital for a brand whose strategy hinges on the passion and strength of its community”.
Full information on the Top Employers Institute and on the Top Employers Certification are available on the following website: www.top-employers.com