APPENDIX - DETAILED TABLES

Below is the analytical data for the Company workforce, broken down according to the indications given in standard GRI G4, Comprehensive option. The Group figure includes not only the Domestic, Brazil and Media Business Units, but also other minor entities, for a total of very few units. In accordance with the principle of relevance, no specific column has been added for these entities.

[G4-10a]

Employees by contract type and gender

2015
Permanent contract
2014
Permanent contract
2013
Permanent contract
ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 41,660 24,084 41,753 24,166 41,313 24,182
Domestic 35,521 17,001 35,793 17,180 35,988 17,266
Brazil 6,006 7,036 5,884 6,957 5,256 6,884
Media 52 12 66 22 58 25


2015
Fixed-term contract
2014
Fixed-term contract
2013
Fixed-term contract
ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 65 55 55 42 25 21
Domestic 65 55 55 40 24 18
Brazil 0 0 0 o o o
Media 0 0 0 0 1 o

[G4-10b]

Employees on permanent and fixed-term contracts, by job type and gender.

Employees on permanent contracts

 201520142013
 Full TimePart TimeFull TimePart TimeFull TimePart Time
 ManWomanManWomanManWomanManWomanManWomanManWoman
Gruppo 39,599 15,011 2,061 9,073 39,742 15,039 2,011 9,127 39,155 14,945 2,158 9,237
Domestic 34,523 11,005 998 5,996 34,783 11,107 1,010 6,073 34,904 11,201 1,084 6,065
Brazil 4,944 3,962 1,062 3,074 4,884 3,905 1,000 3,052 4,183 3,715 1,073 3,169
Media 52 11 0 1 66 21 0 1 58 23 0 2

Employees on fixed-term contracts

 201520142013
 Full TimePart TimeFull TimePart TimeFull TimePart Time 
 ManWomanManWomanManWomanManWomanManDonnaManWoman
Group 8 10 57 45 8 8 47 34 2 3 23 18
Domestic 8 10 57 45 8 6 47 34 1 0 23 18
Brazil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Media 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

[G4-10c]

Employees on the payroll and agency contract workers, by gender.

Employees on payroll

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 41,725 24,139 41,808 24,208 41,338 24,203
Domestic 35,586 17,056 35,848 17,220 36,012 17,284
Brazil 6,006 7,036 5,884 6,957 5,256 6,884
Media 52 12 66 22 59 25

Agency contract workers

201520142013
ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 1 2 3 6 1 3
Domestic 1 1 3 5 1 3
Brazil 0 0 0 0 0 0
Media 0 0 0 1 0 0

[G4-10d]

Employees by geographic area and gender

201520142013
ItalyAbroadTotalItalyAbroadTotalItalyAbroadTotal
Men 35,516 6,209 41,725 35,706 6,102 41,808 35,876 5,499 41,375
Women 17,038 7,101 24,139 17,172 7,036 24,208 17,276 6,968 24,244
Total 52,554 13,310 65,864 52,878 13,138 66,016 53,152 12,467 65,619

[G4-10e]

Employees of suppliers working at the Group offices and whose activities are part of the core business of Telecom Italia 1

 201520142013
External FTE on site 1,801 985 1,869

1 The only core business operations that require a significant working contribution from the employees of suppliers at the company offices relate to the development of IT platforms. The data in the table refers exclusively to these cases.

[G4-LA1a]

New employees by age and geographic area

 201520142013
 <30>=30; <=50>50<30>=30; <=50>50<30>=30; <=50<30
Group 2,850 1,346  75 3,917 1,779 114 3,795 1,409 87
Domestic 137 170 43 241 258 82   186 172 51
Brazil 2,712 1,174 32 3,675 1,511 30  3,606 1,237 34
Media 0 0 0 1 10 2 1     0  2

[G4-LA1a]

New employees by gender and geographic area

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 1,940 2,331 2,781 3,029 2,111 3,180
Domestic 225 125 384 197 245 164
Brazil 1,715 2,203 2,387 2,829 1,863 3,014
Media 0 0 10 3 2 1

[G4-LA1b]

Turnover by gender and geographic area

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 2,029  2,411 2,350 3,058 2,416 3,010
Domestic 431 279 583 306 719 344
Brazil 1,593 2,124 1,763   2,752 1,695 2,664
Media 1 1 2 0 1 1

[G4-LA1b]

Turnover by age and geographic area

 201520142013
 <30>=30; <=50>50<30>=30; <=50>50<30>=30; <=50<30
Group 2,397 1,705 338 3,283 1,682 443 3,450 1,588 388
Domestic 162 264 284 129 355 405 267 451
Brazil 2,235 1,435 47 3,151 1,326 38 3,183 1,133 43
Media 0 1  1 2 0 0 0 2 0

[G4-LA3b]

Employees who benefited from parental leave, by gender

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 172 1,301 191  1,796 177 1,775
Domestic 61 756 81 1,244 71 1,290
Brazil 111 543 110 549 106 483
Media 0 0 0 2 0  1

[G4-LA3c]

Employees who returned after having benefited from parental leave, by gender1

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group * * 189 1,785 175 1,759
Domestic * * 80 1,239 71 1,278
Brazil * * 109 546 104 473
Media * * 0 2 n,d, n,d,

* The data will be available from end 2016

[G4-LA3d]

Employees at work after a year from the end of parental leave, by gender2

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group * * 160 1,629 145 1,586
Domestic * * 76 1,216 70 1,260
Brazil * * 84 413 75 326
Media * * 0 2 n.a. n.a.

* The data will be available from end 2016

[G4-LA3e]

(return to work rate) Percentage of employees returned to work after parental leave out of total employees benefiting from leave (LAc/LAb)

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group  *  * 99% 99% 99% 99%
Domestic  *  * 99%  100%  100% 99%
Brazil  *  * 99% 99% 98% 98%
Media  *  * 0 100% n.a. n.a.

* The data will be available from end 2016

[G4-LA3e]

(retention rate) Percentage of employees at work after 12 months from the end of parental leave out of total employees benefiting from leave (LAd/LAb)

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group * * 84% 91% 83% 90%
Domestic * * 94% 98% 99% 99%
Brazil * * 76% 75% 72%  69%
Media * * n.a. 100%  n.a.  n.a.

* The data will be available from end 2016

[G4-LA6a]

Injury rate out of total workforce* (number of injuries over hours worked)

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 7.58  3.53 8.12 3.63 7.70 3.19
Domestic 8.70  4.15 9.57 4.80 8.75 4.16
Brazil 0.96 2.31 0.88 1.40 1.63 1.17
Media 22.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  0.00

* Temporary workers are not considered in this type of record. Their incidence on a Group level is in any case very small (3 people as at 31.12.2015)

[G4-LA6a]

Days lost over workforce* (days of injury over working hours)

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 0.18 0.12 0.29 0.07  0.17 0.07
Domestic 0.21 0.16 0.35 0.10 0.20 0.09
Brazil 0.01 0.03 0.01 0.01  0.03  0.01
Media 0.14 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  0.00

* Temporary workers are not considered in this type of record. Their incidence on a Group level is in any case very small (3 people as at 31.12.2015)

[G4-LA6a]

Absenteeism rate out of total workforce* (total hours of absenteeism over working hours)

 201520142013
 ManWomanManWomanManWoman
Group 5.52 9.94 6.39 10.28 6.87 12.52
Domestic 5.98 11.50 7.14 11.74 7.58 15.07
Brazil 2.69 6.74 2.34 7.27  2.44 6.72
Media 10.62 11.77 12.01 13.01 10.90 10.77

* Temporary workers are not considered in this type of record. Their incidence on a Group level is in any case very small (3 people as at 31.12.2015)

[G4-LA6a]

Occupational disease rate out of total workforce* (number of cases over workforce)

 20152014
 ManWomanManWoman
Group 0.03  0.00 0.03 0.01
Domestic 0.04    0.01 0.04  0.02
Brazil 0.00 0.00 0.00  0.00
Media 0.00 0.00 0.00  0.00

* The figure on occupational diseases has only been recorded as from 2014, hence it has not been possible to also include data for 2013.

** Temporary workers are not considered in this type of record. Their incidence on a Group level is in any case very small (3 people as at 31.12.2015)

[G4-LA9]

The following tables report training carried out in Telecom Italia S.p.A., broken down according to gender

2015HoursParticipation*ParticipantsCoverage**
 TotalPer head   
Total 1,338,273 30.3 250,165 38,892 88.0%
Senior Managers 16,176 25.1 3,158 659 102.2%
of whom women 3,552      31.7 653 114  101.8%
of whom men 12,624 23.7 2,505 545 102.3%
Middle Managers 55,946 16.8 10,681 2,812 84.4%
of whom women 15,059  16.7 2,686 776 85.7%
of whom men 40,887 16.9 7,995  2,037 84.0%
Office Staff/Workers 1,266,152   31.5 236,326 35,471 88.2%
of whom women 289,757 24.5 81,706 10,173 86.1%
of whom men 976,395 34.4 154,620 25,298  89.2%

2014HoursParticipation*ParticipantsCoverage**
 TotalPer head   
Total 1,458,591 33 266,328 43,388 98.2%
Senior Managers 20,576 30.8 3,870 660 98.8%
of whom women 4,508 42.9 834 105 100%
of whom men 16,068 28.5 3,036 555 98.6%
Middle Managers 63,113 19.6 12,991 3,072 95.6%
of whom women 17,356 19.9 3,652 818 94%
of whom men 45,757 19.5 9,339 2,254 96.2%
Office Staff/Workers 1,374,902 34.1 249,467 39,707 98.6%
of whom women 263,838 22.2 80,882 11,702 98.3%
of whom men 1,111,064 39.1 168,585 28,005 98.7%

2013HoursParticipation*ParticipantsCoverage**
 TotalPer head   
Total 1,405,825 31.7 218,038 42,946 96.8%
Senior Managers 17,967 26.5 1,964 509 75.2%
of whom women 3,980 39 426 91 89.2%
of whom men 13,987 24.3 1,538 418 72.7%
Middle Managers 73,971 23.8 9,210 2,784 89.6%
of whom women 21,158 25.8 2,693 731 89.1%
of whom men 52,813 23.1 6,517 2,053 89.8%
Office Staff/Workers 1,313,887 32.4 206,864 39,667 97.7%
of whom women 323,310 26.9 63,652 11,539 96%
of whom men 990,577 34.7 143,212 28,128 98.4%

* Shows the overall number of participation in training sessions, in the various forms provided (classroom, online, training on the job).

** Coverage refers to the percentage of participants compared to the total, i.e. the % of human resources of Telecom Italia S.p.A. who took part in at least one training session in each individual category (senior managers, middle managers, office workers).

[G4-LA13a]

Ratio of women/men according to basic salary and ratio of women/men according to remuneration, broken down according to each professional category

Italia -Telecom Italia S.p.A. 201520142013
Senior Managers GAS 0.91 0.92 0.93
TAR 0.90 0.92 0.93
Middle Managers GAS 0.95 0.95 0.95
TAR 0.94 0.94 0.94
Office Staff/Workers GAS 0.95 0.95 0.94
TAR 0.95 0.94 0.96

Brazil 201520142013
Senior Managers GAS 0.74 0.76 0.78
TAR 0.77 0.73 0.80
Middle Managers GAS 0.94 0.94 0.94
TAR 0.94 0.94 0.94
Office Staff/Workers GAS 0.63 0.61 0.58
 TAR 0.62 0.62 0.58

GAS = Gross Annual Salary, comprising recurring fixed remuneration.

TAR = Total Annual Remuneration, comprising the Gross Annual Remuneration + bonuses awarded during the reference year (the bonuses may refer to individual or group incentive systems or take the form of special awards or meritocratic policy awards).

1 Please note that in the table, the year of return of employee x has not been calculated according to the year in which x effectively returned, but according to the year in which x took leave. Therefore, if x took leave in 2014 and returned in 2015, his return is in any case reported in the 2014 column. This is why the data for the 2015 column is still partial and not yet able to be published.

2 Please note that in the table, the year of continued work of employee x has not been calculated according to the year in which x was at work after 12 months of leave, but according to the year in which x took leave. Therefore, if x took leave in 2014 and after 12 months was still at work in 2015, his continuation at work is in any case reported in the 2014 column. As we do no yet know which, of the employees who went on leave in 2015 will still be at work after 12 months, we are unable to calculate the figure for 2015.