Our human capital

Galp believes that, in order to achieve our desired objectives, it is crucial to attract the right talent, to enhance training and learning, and to plan successions in the right way. At the end of 2017, we had a total of 6,389 employees.

Data and statistics

Distribution by type of contract

We favour employment contracts without fixed terms, which equates to 88% of our employees.

Type of contract 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
No-fixed term 6,211 6,029 5,953 5,742 5,648
Fixed-term 530 536 542 433 410
Uncertain term 217 290 297 300 331

Distribution by gender, age group and nationality, per function group

We are a heterogeneous and multicultural group, where the women make up 42% of our employees, and 45% thereof are of non-Portuguese nationality.

Professional category   Age Gender Nationality
  Total 2017 <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Men Women Portuguese Other nationalities
Top managers 53 0 22 31 47 6 42 11
Middle managers 190 0 93 97 145 45 160 30
First line managers 426 1 275 150 265 161 347 79
Specialists 1,674 175 1,115 384 1,028 646 1,104 570
Other 4,046 435 2,768 843 2,247 1,799 1,842 2,204
Total 6,389 611 4,273 1,505 3,732 2,657 3,495 2,894

Age distribution

Age 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
<30 years 872 773 731 672 611
30-50 years 4,384 4,574 4,569 4,366 4,273
>50 years 1,714 1,508 1,492 1,437 1,505

Distribution by gender

Professional category 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Men
Top managers 4 58 5 49 5 52 4 50 6 47
Middle managers 49 165 46 151 44 152 44 139 45 145
First line managers 161 313 160 308 167 300 160 266 161 265
Specialists 619 1,146 629 1,131 646 1,108 634 1,037 646 1028
Outros 1,876 2,577 1,863 2,513 1,830 2,488 1,811 2,330 1799 2247
Total 2,079 4,259 2,703 4,152 2,692 4,100 2,653 3,822 2657 3732
Percentage 39% 61% 39% 61% 40% 60% 41% 59% 42% 58%

Geographical distribution

Country 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Portugal 4,175 3,983 3,874 3,539 3,528
Spain 2,092 2,134 2,159 2,231 2,220
Brazil 79 78 89 72 75
Africa 618 655 658 626 558
Other 4 5 12 7 8
Total 6,968 6,855 6,792 6,475 6,389

Local hiring

At Galp, we guarantee that the majority of our employees are hired locally. This measure promotes our social integration and involvement in the communities where we operate.

For us, it is crucial to foster diversity and equal opportunities in the creation of a multicultural and innovative organisational environment.

Local hiring 2017

 

Local employees in top management functions

 

Turnover

In 2017, 509 employees joined and 605 left the Company, 49%, and 42%, respectively, of whom were women.

Gender Recruited Departures
  <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Total <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Total
Female 120 112 16 248 57 159 39 255
Male 128 111 22 261 85 162 103 350
Total 248 223 38 509 142 321 142 605
Geography Recruited Departures
  <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Total <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Total
Africa 15 16 2 33 22 57 18 97
Brazil 4 7 0 11 3 0 1 4
Spain 82 121 24 227 45 150 45 240
Portugal 147 79 12 238 72 113 77 262
Total 248 223 38 509 142 320 141 605

Regarding turnover, through a variable that measures the departure of employees by voluntary decision, we can observe the following distribution by age group and by geographical area:

Turnover rate

  <30 years 30-50 years >50 years Male Female
Africa 5.00% 2.45% 0.00% - -
Brazil 43.00% 0.00% 10.00% - -
Spain 9.00% 1.52% 0.57% - -
Portugal 10.00% 2.37% 0.47% - -
Total (2017) 9.00% 2.00% 1.00% 2.30% 2.40%

Absenteeism

The employees' absenteeism had the following evolution:

Absenteeism rate

Absenteeism rate by region

Absenteeism rate by gender

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