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An ideal place to work

Why work for Angelini

Angelini is one of the most attractive companies for university students and recent graduates, whether Millennials or Generation Z and especially for those with degrees in scientific disciplines (STEM).  This finding emerged from the “Most Attractive Employer 2019” survey conducted by Universum and underlines the group’s commitment to be an ideal workplace.

Ethical principles, individual responsibility, a passion for performance, together with the desire to innovate and create value for themselves and for the company, drive those  who work for Angelini to carry out every task by following the highest ethical standards and to give their all, every day.

The Angelini group offers its employees the opportunity to truly flourish in a collaborative and dynamic context, as well as supporting them with programmes and initiatives aimed at personal and professional development and finding the right work-life balance.
The Angelini group has implemented corporate welfare policies, development programmes and projects to attract and nurture talent.

Welfare policies

The companies of the Angelini group promote welfare policies to serve their employees in financial and social protection terms.
The measures put in place by the group’s companies include:

  • Contractual funds to supplement pensions and social assistance
  • Insurance policies
  • The option of enjoying flexible benefits (e.g.: family support services, supplementary pension funds, public transport tickets, cultural and leisure-time services, sports, etc.)
  • Extended parental leave
  • Health promotion
  • Scholarships for the children of employees

Professional training and development programmes

Sustaining and strengthening knowledge and skills is a clear competitive advantage. With this awareness, the Angelini group periodically measures its employees’ levels of technical and managerial skills and devises programmes dedicated to the development of such skills.
The “Talent Map” is regularly updated thanks to assessments of potential conducted with international partners.

Two versions of this map are available. A global version allows for the centralised management of talents so they can be located between companies or locations depending on available opportunities. A local version allows for the best resources of each individual company to be nurtured through personalized development plans and career paths.

The Angelini group offers those within the company technical and managerial training programmes and job rotation systems, which include the use of internal job postings. It also offers the opportunity to become a “Project Team Member” and to participate in inter-company and inter-departmental projects which enhance the potential of each individual, even outside of their own specific of competence.

Meritocratic management of talents

For the Angelini group, managing talented people is a fundamental activity, to be handled through a structured approach in which, once the talent is objectively identified, specialised training courses and specific reward and recognition initiatives are provided.

These initiatives include:

Angelini Future Leaders Program

An 18-month, management training programme dedicated to young international talents, from both inside and outside the group. The programme involves top-quality managerial training as well as a real professional experience in the group: two pillars which form the basis needed to take on a managerial role in one of the group’s companies after the course. The Angelini Future Leaders Program is supported by the Angelini Academy and is rooted in the collaboration between the Angelini group and the SDA BOCCONI School of Management, the international business school ranked among the top ten in Europe by the Financial Times.


Through this initiative, young talents shadow senior directors to develop specific managerial skills in a process through which know-how is passed on and experiences shared.

Be Ambassador

Acting as an Ambassador for the Angelini Group at institutional events such as career days and hackathons and representing the company at Universities and Business Schools.