Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews, by gender and by employee category

The data shown in the table below refer to participants in the assessment process throughout this financial year:


Performance assessments and social development at Repsol

2014 2015 2016
Women Men Total Women Men Total Women Men Total
Total number of employees 4,373 11,045 15,418 5,333 12,942 18,275 4,951  11,773  16,724 
Employees with performance review by professional category
Executives 47  264 311 48 298 346 48  245  293
Technical Managers  510 1,591 2,101 682 2,118 2,800 672  1,749  2,421 
Technicians  2,842 6,139 8,981 3,450 7,153 10,603  3,148  6,452 9,600 
 Administrative staff  654 249 903 818 457 1,275 730   329 1,059 
  Operatives and Subordinates  320 2,802 3,122 335 2,916 3,251  353 2,998  3,351 
Percentage of the total employees 63 67 68 

*The calculation criterion was modified for 2014 and 2015 - this is based on the number of employees.


We continued to evolve in 2016 and unified our performance assessment model for employees excluded from collective bargaining agreements. The model unifies criteria, consolidates methodologies and integrates best practices. A separate evaluation is drawn up for How (behavior patterns) and What (results) in terms of achievement of individual targets, and the level of achievement of individual targets and the level of achievement of collective targets define the annual variable remuneration to be earned.



2014 2015 2016
  Nº of sessions Nº of people Nº of sessions Nº of people Nº of sessions Nº of people
People Review 119 2,426 216 3,078 242 2,134

Mobility forms part of the Repsol culture, and is a key factor in company growth and sustainability and also in terms of development of people, harvesting experience and knowledge in new environments in different functions and/or in functions that are much more complex, thereby allocating the best possible profiles to the company's new integrated structure.

 


2014 2015 2016
  Nº of moves % women Nº of moves % women Nº of moves % women
Internal mobility 2,881 33% 2,989 36.70% 2,878 39.10%