The remuneration policy is made up of all the criteria and guidelines that apply to the definition of remuneration for:
- statutory auditors,
- key management personnel.
In recent years, the group has gradually implemented tools to align the process by which remuneration is defined with objectivity criteria and the requirements of strategic enhancement objectives, made possible by remuneration policies.
The broadest objective is to attract, motivate and retain people who, given their technical and managerial skills and their different backgrounds, gender and experience, give the group a competitive edge.
An effective remuneration policy reinforces the commitment of employees and contractors and their alignment with the group’s organisational goals and its mission, culture and values.
The following matrix summarises the principles and criteria underpinning the remuneration policy.