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Marazzi among Italy’s top employers for 2020

February 2020

For the fourth consecutive year, Marazzi Group has been certified one of Italy’s Top Employers based on the company’s excellent working conditions and the quality of its training and development programmes.  The study, conducted globally every year by the Top Employers Institute, certifies companies around the world which offer the best working conditions, invest in training and development at all company levels and constantly strive to improve their best practices. 

“We are proud that our Top Employers Certification has been confirmed once again,” states Luca Gatti, Marazzi Group Director of HR and Organisation. “It is an important acknowledgement and above all further motivation to continue to do better and more. The new Marazzi supplementary contract, for example, has introduced important new conditions that benefit workers,” continues Gatti “like greater parental support, the creation of the Solidarity hours-bank, Smart Working, plus the strengthening of Corporate Welfare Programmes, all the while continuing to guarantee the opportunity to convert a part of the productivity bonus into goods or services related to health, education, wellbeing and culture.”

Marazzi Academy and the Duale Project meanwhile represent the latest developments in the Marazzi training and development plan – which in 2019 saw the delivery of 367 courses (safety, quality and the environment, management, I.T., linguistics and specialized technical training were the main areas) for a total of over 2 thousand participants – geared to the future of the ceramic industry.

“Recent investments, not only by Marazzi but by the entire sector,” commented Mauro Vandini, Marazzi Group CEO, “have greatly accelerated innovation processes and facilitating the transfer of knowledge, going beyond its immediate internal use, can play a role in future development, also for the district and the ceramic industry we are part of.”

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