Personnel facts

At the end of 2016, we employed 16,913 people in 12 countries, 66% of our employees were non-salaried employees, and 34% salaried employees.


 

 

2016

2015

2014

Personnel at year’s end***

16,913

17,399

17,355

Personnel on average***

17,381

17,321

17,490

Non-salaried / salaried employees (%)

66 / 34

66 / 34

66 / 34

Women / men (%)

10 /90

10 / 90

10 / 90

Share of women on the Management Board (%)

7

14

14

Share of women on the Board of Directors (%)

40

33

40

Fixed-term employees (%)

12

9

7

Fixed-term employees, women and men (%)

11 / 89

10 / 90

10 / 90

Full-time employees (%)

96.3

96.5

n/a

Relative share of employees working part-time, women and men (%)

16.1 / 2.3

15.9 / 2.1

n/a

Nationalities

51

50

n/a

Attendance rate**

16,383

16,862

16,148

Average duration of employment (years)

11.0

10.8

11.8

Turnover rate, permanent employees (%)

14.6

16.5

14

Age on average (years)

42.3

42.3

42.2

Under 26 of age (%)

12

13

12

26-55 years of age (%)

70

70

69

Over 55 years of age (%)

18

17

19

Employees that had performance development discussions during the year (%), of the respondents in employee survey

n/a*

72

70

Participants in training events (management and leadership, safety and occupational trainings and educations) (total number)

13,290

12,100

n/a

Training events (total number)

5,767

6,300

n/a

Response rate in personnel survey, share of all employees (%)

n/a*

79

78

Sick leave rate (hours of absence/total available hours), %

4.1

4.1

4.3

Accident frequency rate (number of occupational accidents resulting in absence per a million work hours)

6.3

8.3

10.1

Fatal accidents (total number)

0

0

0

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements, of total %

69

82

n/a

OHSAS 18001 –certified business (%)

92

71

73

*) Personnel survey was not conducted in 2016
**) Persons at work, does not include long absences or temporary lay-offs the duration of which in more than one month
***)The figures in Norway include an adjustment to include apprentices in the total amount for 2014 

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Changes in 2016 

All in all, the number of personnel decreased by a total of 486 employees or by -2,8% % in 2016. The number of personnel decreased most in Division Denmark-Norway and Sweden due to the restructuring activities. In personnel related restructuring activities, we always aim to find alternative solutions and arrangements to lay-offs using, for example, internal transfers and pension arrangements and by concluding fixed-term agreements and implementing temporary lay-offs...

Parallel new resources were needed to fulfil critical competence gaps as well as to grow trainees and apprenticeships in all divisions. Division Finland and  Division Industrial Solutions had the biggest headcount growth figures. In 2016, we had 1,800 permanent new recruitments. Resources were acquired also through acquisitions, outsourcings and recruitments to substitute e.g.  retiring employees. 

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Caverion Job Structure

Every day Caverion employees perform hundreds of different kinds of works and tasks to fulfill our promise to our clients. To clarify roles and responsibilities the most common Caverion jobs have been described and grouped into the job families. Each job family includes similar kinds of jobs in which similar kind of knowledge and skills are needed. The structure also  helps Caverion employees to identify development and career opportunities within the Group.

The key benefits of the Caverion job structure are

  1. Common platform and language for communicating job requirements and qualifications needed on the job
  2. Better visibility to the organisation and resource planning
  3. Clarity on development opportunities such as defined typical career paths for our employees
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