Structure of employees64

The Telekom Slovenije Group had a total of 4,431 employees as at 31 December 2014, with Slovenian companiesaccounting for 3,366 of that number. The number of employees fell by 3%, primarily due to the termination ofemployment for business reasons and retirements. The structure of employees at Slovenian companies changedslightly due to organisational changes. Employee turnover was 6.5% at the Telekom Slovenije Group level in 2014,compared with 6.9% at companies in Slovenia, which is up somewhat on the previous year (4.4%), primarily due toan increased number of departures from Telekom Slovenije.

Structure of employees at Telekom Slovenije Group companies65

number of employees as at 31. 12. 2012
adjusted*
31.12.2013 31.12.2014 Change in year 2014 Ind
14/13
SLOVENIJA 3,616 3,571 3,366 -205 94
Telekom Slovenije 2,926 2,887 2,749 -138 95
Other companies in Slovenia 690 684 617 -67 90
 
TSmedia
140 103 90 -13 87
 
Avtenta
60 52 44 -8 85
 
GVO
394 437 394 -43 90
 
Soline
96 92 89 -3 97
SEE EUROPE    1,108 1,1015 1,065 50 105
 
Ipko - Kosovo
488 482 524 42 109
 
Companies in Macedonia    
437 423 420 -3 99
Other companies abroad     183 110 121 11 110
 
Blicnet - BiH
103 110 121 11 110
 
Primo - Albanija
80 0 0 0  
TELEKOM SLOVENIJE GROUP 4,724 4,586 4,431 -155 97

 

*For comparability with 2013, the figures for 2012 are adjusted to the organisational structure after the transfer of a
portion of activities of Avtenta and TSmedia to Telekom Slovenije, which was completed in April 2013.
GVO GmbH performs work in Germany using GVO’s workers, and has no employees since 1 July
2014 when it completed an extensive project in north-western Germany.

Number of new employees by age group66

  Telekom Slovenije Group Telekom Slovenije Other companies in Slovenia Companies in SEE
Age group
New hires Departures
New hires Departures
New hires Departures
New hires Departures
00-30
39 73
7 10
26 26
60 37
31-40
56 84
7 41
3 28
46 15
 
41-50
4 56
2 25
0 26
2 5
 
51-60
1 84
1 69
0 14
0 1
 
61-65
0 12
0 10
0 2
0 0
Total
154 309
17 155
29 96
108 58

 

A total of 98.1% Telekom Slovenije Group employees have employment contracts based on collectiveagreements or standard employment contracts. The remaining 1.9% of employees have contracts outsidethe collective agreement system. These are primarily employees in management positions.67

Proportion of employees by contract type68

as at 31. 12. 2014 Telekom Slovenije Group Telekom Slovenije Other companies in Slovenia Companies in SEE
Employees covered by collective bargaining 98,1 % 98,1 % 98,5 % 97,7 %
Employees outside the collective bargaining system 1,9 % 1,9 % 1,5 % 2,3 %
Total 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 %

 

Employees by type of employment and gender69

A total of 85% of employees in the Telekom Slovenije Group are employed permanently, while 15% of employees areemployed for a fixed period of time. The main reason Slovenian companies employ workers for a fixed period of timeis to cover absences or temporary increases in the work load. Of a total of 2,749 employees at Telekom Slovenije,44 were employed for a fixed period of time. More employees are employed for a fixed period of time at companiesabroad than in Slovenia, which is a reflection of the legislation of the country in question and the employment policyof the individual company.

Proportion of employees by contract type70

As at 31. 12. 2014 Telekom
Slovenije
Group
Telekom Slovenije Other
companies
in Slovenia
Other
companies
in SEE
Permanent employment   85 % 98,4 % 88,2 % 48,5 %
Fixed period of employment     15 % 1,6 % 11,8 % 51,5 %
Total 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 %

 

Men account for 65.7% and women for 34.3% of employees at the Group level. This ratio differs from company tocompany depending on their activity. Men are prevalent at companies in Slovenia, while the gender ratio is almostequal at companies abroad.71

Full-time employees account for the largest proportion (97.7%) of employees at the Group level, while part-timeworkers account for a smaller proportion (2.3%).72

Retiring Telekom Slovenije Group employees are entitled to severance pay in accordance with valid legislationand the provisions of the collective agreement, where it applies. Telekom Slovenije has no special pre-retirementtraining programmes for employees, while the average age of employees at the majority of other companies is solow that such programmes are not required.73

Educational structure of employees

There was some change to the educational level at the Group level at the end of the year. There was a 30% decreasein the number employees with an educational level of between I and IV. The number of employees with level VI and VIII education has been on the rise for a number of years.

Employment of disabled persons

There were 129 employees of various disability levels working in the Group at the end of the year. Of those persons,45% are full-time workers, while the remainder work a reduced number of hours. The majority of our companies in Slovenia regularly exceed the legally prescribed quota of disabled persons, which is the result of our active concernfor further facilitating the employment of disabled employees. Telekom Slovenije and GVO again exceeded the quota,which is 2% for information and communication activities and 3% for the construction sector. These companieswere therefore entitled to compensation in the amount of 25% of the minimum monthly wage for each disabled employee over the prescribed quota. Companies abroad do not have a compensation system for exceeding thequota of disabled persons.

Number of employees with regard to the FTE indicator

The Telekom Slovenije Group also monitors the FTE (full-time equivalent) indicator, which represents the number of employees based on hours. All worked and paid hours charged to the Company are divided by the planned annua lnumber of hours. In this way, we monitor FTEs for employees, students and temporary workers hired throug hemployment agencies.

Number of employees with regard to the FTE indicator (period average)

povprečno v obdobju 2014 2012 2013 Sprememba v letu 2014 Indeks
14/13
1. Number of full-time employ- ees (FTEs) from regular work  3,722 3,808 3,742 -20 99
2. Number of full-time employ- ees (FTEs) from overtime  70 57 51 19 136
3. Number of full-time workers from unexploited hours (FTEs), e.g. annual leave, holiday, all types of education, extraordinary paid leave, sick leave at a company’s expense, etc.)  698 718 714 -16 98
I. Total (1 + 2 + 3) 4,490 4,583 4,507 17 100
II. Conversion of actual hours to FTEs for students  159 310 155 4 102
III. Conversion of actual hours to FTEs for employees through employment agencies  103 149 115 -12 90
Total ( I + II + III) 4,752 5,042 4,778 26 99

 

64 GRI G4-LA1, G4-9
65 GRI G4-1O
66 GRI G4-LA12, G4- LA1
67 GRI G4-11
68 GRI G4-11
69 GRI G4-10
70 GRI G4-10
71 GRI G4-10, G4-LA12
72 GRI G4-10
73 GRI G4-EC3