A company cannot progress without knowing its employees in depth. For REN it is essential to know the Human Resources Indicators, as they enable greater knowledge of the company’s reality, supporting decision making based on reliable data, and enabling close monitoring of results, as well as the possibility of re-evaluating projects and reviewing strategies.
Get to know some of our Human resources indicators.
REN provides stable and secure contractual relationships. At the end of 2022, there were 719 employees, an increase of 3% compared to the previous year, most of whom are permanent staff.
In 2022, the average age and average length of service remained at 45.8 and 17 years, respectively, as a result of a hiring policy based on diversity and rejuvenation of structure
The weighting of degree holders at REN (68.7%) demonstrates the company’s sustained focus on the academic qualifications and empowerment of employees.
The focus on young and qualified talent and closeness to universities is also evident in our investment in different internships that provide a first work experience and in the participation at different events promoted in this area.
REN has a consistent training program that promotes the development of employees' key skills.
|Year||Total training hours (Men)||Total training hours (Women)||Participants in training actions (Men)||Participants in training actions (Women)|
In 2022, 100% of REN employees took one or more training actions and all training courses/training programs.
Approximately 73% of employees have a flexible schedule in 2022, as a result of REN's continued commitment to ensuring a balance between professional and personal life.
The synergy between family and work also forms an integral part of
Balance in the NÓS Programme. Since this programme was set up, various initiatives have been promoteds, with the aim of promoting a better balance between professional, personal, and family life. This is an essential condition for effective equality between men and women, and for lower levels of absenteeism, greater productivity, and retaining talent.