An ideal place to work We have an international vision, employees in many countries and a huge presence in Italy. Worklife Balance e Benefit Flexible working hours, healthcare assistance and medical prevention campaigns, family benefits and support for sustainable mobility are all some of the ways we help our people improve their health and quality of life. Edison per te "Edison per Te” is a program that encompasses all the services and initiatives created by the Company to help employees satisfy their personal needs and reach their professional aims. Contracts and flexible hours Over the years we have developed labour contracts in agreement with the trade unions that meet the needs of the company while ensuring maximum flexibility for our people. Health and well-being Each year we run prevention campaigns against ill-health, online medical advice and wellness programmes inside and outside the company. We also give full health insurance to all employees who want it. Families The company provides a range of benefits and services for the children of employees, including paediatric care, baby sitting, summer camps, study holidays and school and career orientation guidance. Daily benefits We have special price deals on public transport and the railways, assistance with bureaucracy, online legal and tax advice, and an area dedicated to leisure time and cultural activities. Company activities We run many initiatives to encourage employees to spend time together outside working hours such as cultural, sports and team building events. Engagement and sustainability EDF Pulse is an international contest for all Group employees to promote ideas for innovation and improvement of performance at work in accordance with the principles of sustainability. Compensation We have an articulated and competitive remuneration system. For managerial positions or for those belonging to specific professional families there are short- and medium-term incentive schemes designed to reward individual merit, technical skills and practices in line with corporate values and goals. Labour contracts for middle managers, clerical staff and workers incorporate collective bonuses linked to company performance. For young graduates there is a three-year remuneration policy linked to objective measures of individual performance designed to reward the best talents.