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Lamborghini has, for the eighth year in a row, won top employer certification in Italy, and credits its 2020 achievement to a people-focused strategy.

29 Jan 2021 | International News : Germany

For the eighth year running, Automobili Lamborghini has received the 'Top Employer Italy 2021' award from the Top Employers Institute, an agency that acknowledges companies that apply the highest quality standards to how they manage their human capital.

Today, Lamborghini employs more than 1,800 people, an increase of 10% in 2020 and of 70% over the last five years.

Today, Lamborghini employs over 1,800 people, an increase of 10% in 2020 alone
Several projects were put in place during 2020. In addition to the innovative projects already launched to promote diversity, inclusion, equal parenting rights and equal pay for men and women with equivalent qualifications and duties, the company started several new programmes in 2020 with the support of union representatives, offering a tangible response to the emergency caused by the spread of COVID-19.

Significant investments in digital technology were made, implementing a program designed to help maintain relations with the company and guarantee the continuity of training during the lockdown. The digital project 'Fermarsi e Formarsi' - Stop and Train - has tips and advice on making the best use of time spent in quarantine, such as free training courses and ideas for personal wellbeing.

This included webinars taken by panels of experts who were called on to support the psychological and physical wellbeing of employees, as well as the construction of the 'Lamborghini Learning Place' e-learning platform, a virtual space focusing on developing individual skills.

Inclusion has always been the backbone at Lamborghini, which led to the development of courses with simultaneous translation into Italian Sign Language so that hearing-impaired colleagues are also involved. Along with these ideas, Lamborghini developed and launched an app for employees, to which they directly contributed with the aim of achieving an increasingly inclusive approach and taking in all areas of the company.

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy, Lamborghini converted some of its production space to manufacture face masks and visors
Today, digital ecosystems mean people can be close even when socially distancing, at Lamborghini it also meant the company's fitness program - LamboFIT - did not have to be abandoned and was adapted to become a streaming format catering for all needs.

For work-life Integration, various tools were put in place for greater flexibility to support the income of employees and their work organisation. Non-stop dialogue with social partners, running in parallel with the efforts of the Joint Committee handling the COVID-19 emergency, resulted in a much stronger focus on remote working.

During the temporary suspension of the company's operations for 70 days last spring, Lamborghini launched several important projects for social responsibility, such as converting some of its production departments to make medical face masks and visors for St. Orsola Hospital in Bologna and working with SIARE Engineering International Group to co-engineer and manufacture breathing simulators.

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