Terna's approach to relations with its collaborators is characterised by concern for safety and the prevention of injuries, design of management and development systems to improve performance and develop individual skills, investment in training remuneration and welfare policies, a well-organised system of industrial relations based on trade-union involvement and listening to employees by using staff surveys.
As for the society, understood in a general sense as the user of Terna's service, and the local communities more directly affected by grid investment projects, are key stakeholders.
The most significant impact of Terna's work on local communities is that on the visual landscape. Terna's approach to this is described in the chapter "Environmental Responsibility". As the use of land to realize the infrastructures included in the Development Plan, Terna prefers solutions based on mutual consent, paying one-off compensation for the right of way of the line through private property.
The 2015 figures:
||190,807 hours provided
|Training per capita