Personnel and organisation
On 31 December 2013, Hansel employed 73 people (71 on 31 December 2012 and 66 on 31 December 2011). The average number of personnel employed by Hansel in 2013 was 71 (69 and 63). Women accounted for 56 per cent of all personnel and 60 per cent of Executive Committee members. The average age of its employees was 43. At the end of the accounting period, 98 per cent of all employees had permanent employment contracts (94 and 90).
Education-wise, 54 per cent of employees hold a Master’s degree, and 14 per cent a Bachelor’s degree or a degree from a university of applied sciences. Twenty-two per cent of employees had completed secondary education with no further qualifications, and 10 per cent had no vocational qualifications. The company's incentive system covers all permanent employees.
In 2013, 12 new employees were hired, seven of them on fixed-term contracts. During the year, eleven employees left the company. three resigned and the fixed-term contracts of eight employees ended.
Most employees took part in a competence evaluation during 2013. The evaluation demonstrated a good level of the specific competence that is critical for the fulfilment of the strategy. However, competence related to electronic tendering and responsibility is a challenge at most levels. The company will develop its internal training system based on these outcomes. A 360-degree leadership evaluation was conducted at Hansel in 2013. Future management training sessions will focus on the identified company-wide areas of development in leadership.
Hansel adheres to the guidelines on management and key employee rewards and incentives issued by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy. At the beginning of 2013, the incentive system was revised to comply with the statement of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy issued on 13 August 2012.
Sustainable development, environmental factors and the shadow economy
Within public procurement, themes related to corporate responsibility and the fight against the shadow economy play an increasingly important role. In its activities, Hansel adheres to the principles of corporate responsibility, in line with the Government policies.
Corporate responsibility reporting is integrated in the company’s annual reporting practices, covering in detail all the measures related to responsibility.