Lottomatica now has approximately 1,700 employees. Women represent about 35% of the total, while young people under 30 years are about 5%. The labor force is supplemented by 120 additional sales network agents.
Almost all company employees are full-time, and part-time contracts represent less than 3% of the workforce. Lottomatica personnel receive a series of contractual benefits, in addition to legal obligations, including life and accident insurance. Lottomatica employees also have access to supplementary health insurance, partly paid for by the company.
In 2010 the company received OHSAS 18001 certification (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series), which sets an international standard for a management system of worker safety and health.
Lottomatica attaches strategic importance to continuous upgrading and training of personnel. In 2015 40,231 hours of training were provided, involving 85% of staff, with an average of 27 hours each, distributed among men (26 hours) and women (30 hours).
Lottomatica is a sustaining member of "Value D", the association that supports companies in female talent management, through development and training initiatives. Lottomatica has a cross-company mentorship program, aimed at maximizing career potential from an independent external perspective.
Over the years the company has continued to support empowering people, by continuously updating and improving our employees’ capabilities and skills.
Lottomatica directly contributes to national employment, by creating jobs dedicated to business activities, and indirectly, upstream through the employment contribution of its suppliers and downstream by developing retailer network activities.
Despite the global nature of the IGT Group, Lottomatica continues to choose its suppliers mainly from the Italian market. In 2015, Lottomatica had 2,631 suppliers, 95.1% of which were Italian companies. The revenues paid to Italian companies amounted to 350.7 million euro. Compared to the previous year, the percentage of turnover to Italian suppliers rose from 88.3% to 90.3%.
Lottomatica has developed significant staff initiatives by introducing corporate welfare, part of bargaining with union representatives. Today, corporate welfare includes: paid visits to specialists and advanced diagnostic testing; nursery school enrolment and contributions for each child who attends kindergarten; supplementary health insurance; granting special conditions to facilitate the attainment of a bachelor's degree in disciplines considered of specific business interest.