“If there is a salary gap it must be managed. The gap must be analyzed, closed and above all integrated with both state and corporate welfare policies, which are fundamental for the career development of both genders and which must always be managed. carefully”. This was stated during a debate at the Rimini Meeting by the president and CEO of Philip Morris Italia, Marco Hannappel. The company, he recalled, obtained the certification of PriceWaterhouseCoopers which “basically evaluates personalities based on performance, the role they occupy and their career path and then sees what the salary they receive in the company is. there are gaps, he points out. It is a long path, it is an analysis that lasts a year, but which undoubtedly gives the most important indications for starting in the management of the gender gap “, explained Hannappel. “The gender difference – he continued – must be an element like many others that must give the same opportunities for growth and development to the people who want this growth and who have the opportunity to have access to it. In addition, Industry 4.0 allows it to women in our case, more than a third of the workforce in the factory is female, and therefore there is great potential for growth in areas other than the world of services and offices, but also in production “, concluded Hannappel.
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