6,502
people hired
thanks to the induced employment
generated by Hera in 2017
78
million euro
Investments in innovation and
digitalization. 13 projects in smart city,
circular economy and 4.0 utilities
75%
of reused soil
in projects implemented in 2016
and 2017

In all the provinces it serves, Hera complies with the requirements of Law 68/1999, which requires that personnel belonging to protected recruitment categories be hired in the proportion set forth in that law. Fulfilling those requirements involves the use of the regional compensations and agreements, the objective of which is to gradually fulfil employment requirements. This regulation, that promotes the recruitment and integration into the working world of certain categories of people (disabled, orphans etc.), also requires that the worker’s employment placement must abide by solutions agreed among the company, the regional employment office and the worker.

At the end of 2017, there were 379 persons belonging to the categories protected by Law 68/1999 working in Group companies (141 in Hera Spa and 18 in Heratech): 316 (117 in Hera Spa) were classified under Article 3 of the law (disabled). Overall, the persons belonging to protected categories are: 140 blue-collar workers, 234 white-collar workers and 5 managers/middle managers.

Persons belonging to the categories set forth by Law 68/1999
n 2015 2016 2017
Persons belonging to the categories set forth by Law 68/1999 400 387 379

The data refer to 31 December and to the following companies: The data refer to the following companies: Hera Spa, Acantho, AcegasApsAmga, Fea, Herambiente, Herambiente Servizi Industriali, Hera Servizi Energia, Heratech, Hestambiente, Hera Comm, Hera Luce, Hera Trading, Inrete Distribuzione Energia, Marche Multiservizi, Medea, Sinergie (now AcegasApsAmga Servizi Energetici Spa), Uniflotte and Waste Recycling.