During 2014 Hansel signed 11 new employment contracts: four with male and seven with female employees. 81.8 per cent of the new employees were aged under 30 and 18.2 per cent were over 30.
Six people were recruited on a fixed-term basis and five on a permanent basis. The main reason for fixed-term contracts is family leave by permanent employees. In addition, Hansel employs a few hourly paid students during the summer and peak seasons.
Number of personnel
As required by law, Hansel has an equality plan, presenting measures for ensuring equality and preventing discrimination. The company monitors trends and differences in salaries and the representation of men and women in the various types of jobs.
Employers by gender
Average duration of employment relationships
Employees by age
30 or under31-3940-4950 or over
An exit interview is conducted with all departing employees, with the objective of gaining feedback on the operations of the work community and development ideas, for their further improvement. Feedback is handled by the Executive Committee. No employment contracts were terminated at Hansel between 2008 and 2014.