Staff 58


58. All data reported are from 12/31/2022, unless otherwise specified.

For the company, the most important asset is its people, as they are the ones who make the difference and position Alestis as a leading company in the sector.

Alestis is committed to balancing the professional and family life of the people who make up the organisation, understanding work-life balance as a key to business success and developing actions within the framework of EFR (Family Responsible Company).

Alestis Aerospace maintains a firm commitment to continuous improvement, excellence and technological innovation. Respect, engagement, teamwork and diversity are part of our identity.

Alestis’s staff is made up of

1,186 employees

954 men and 232 women, based in the different plants in Spain and Brazil

335 people

Puerto Real (Cádiz)

95 people

Tecnobahía (Cádiz)

416 people

Sevilla

21 people

Getafe (Madrid)

70 people

External Services Unit

110 people

Vitoria (Álava)

139 people

Alestis do Brasil (Brasil)

Workforce breakdown

by country and gender
menwomentotal

Spain

853
194
1,047
81.47%
18.53%
100.00%
menwomentotal

Brazil

101
38
139
72.66%
27.34%
100.00%
menwomentotal

Total

954
232
1,186
80.44%
19.56%
100.00%

Workforce breakdown

by country and age
up tO 3030-5050+Total
Spain
42
609
396
1,047
4.01%
58.17%
37.82%
100.00%
up to 3030-5050+Total
Brazil
41
86
12
139
29.50%
61.87%
8.63%
100.00%
up to 3030-5050+Total

Total

83

695

408

1,186

7.00%
58.60%
34.40%
100.00%

Workforce breakdown

by country and professional category
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
Spain

20

65

231

26

705

1.69%
5.48%
19.48%
2.19%
59.44%
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
Brazil

1

19

30

24

65

0.72%
13.67%
21.58%
17.27%
46.76%
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Total

21

84

261

50

770

1.77%
7.08%
22.01%
4.22%
64.92%

Workforce breakdown

by country, gender and age
spainup to 3030-5050+Total
men

34

471

348

853

women

8

138

48

194

Total

42

609

396

1,047

Brazilup to 3030-5050+Total
men

27

67

7

101

women

14

19

5

38

Total

41

86

12

139

Totalup to 3030-5050+Total
men

61

538

355

954

women

22

157

53

232

Total

83

695

408

1,186

Workforce breakdown

by country, gender and type of contract 59


59. For Brazil, given the low staff rotation, the staff average is taken to be the same as the staff as at 31 December, both in this table and in the following tables.

Spain
unlimited contracts menunlimited contracts womentemporary contracts mentemporary contracts womentotal mentotal women
808
190
45
4
853
194
94.72%
97.94%
5.28%
2.06%
100%
100%
Brazil
unlimited contracts menunlimited contracts womentemporary contracts mentemporary contracts womentotal mentotal women
98
38
3
0
101
38
97.03%
100.00%
2.97%
0.00%
100%
100%
Total
unlimited contracts menunlimited contracts womentemporary contracts mentemporary contracts womentotal mentotal women
906
228
48
4
954
232
94.97%
98.28%
5.03%
1.72%
100%
100%

Workforce breakdown

by country, age and type of contract
UNLIMITED CONTRACTS up to 30UNLIMITED CONTRACTS 30-50 UNLIMITED CONTRACTS 50+ TEMPORARY CONTRACTS up to 30TEMPORARY CONTRACTS 30-50TEMPORARY CONTRACTS 50+total
up to 30
total
30-50
total
50+

Spain

41

580

377

1

29

19

42

609

396

Brazil

40

85

11

1

1

1

41

86

12

Total

81

665

388

2

30

20

83

695

408

Workforce breakdown

by country, professional category and gender

Spain
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
men

17

47

158

14

617

women

3

18

73

12

88

Total

20

65

231

26

705

Brazil
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
men

1

13

22

14

51

Women

0

6

8

10

14

Total

1

19

30

24

65

Total
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
Men

18

60

180

28

668

Women

3

24

81

22

102

Total

21

84

261

50

770

Alestis is committed to balancing the professional and family life of the people who are part of the organisation.

Workforce breakdown

by country, professional and type of contract

Spain
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

20

65

231

25

657

Temporary contracts

0

0

0

1

48

Total

20

65

231

26

705

Brazil
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

1

19

30

24

62

Temporary contracts

0

0

0

0

3

Total

1

19

30

24

65

Total
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

21

84

261

49

719

Temporary contracts

0

0

0

1

51

Total

21

84

261

50

770

Workforce breakdown

by country, gender and type of contract 60
full-time menfull-time womenpart-time men 61part-time womentotal mentotal women

Spain

838

191

15

3

853

194

Brazil

98

38

3

0

101

38

Total

936

229

18

3

954

232


60. There are no contracts with non-guaranteed hours.
61. Reductions in working hours due to legal guardianship are included in all data that count full-time contracts.

Workforce breakdown

by country, age and type of contract
full-time up to 30full-time 30-50full-time 50+part-time up to 30part-time 30-50part-time 50+Total up to 30Total 30-50Total 50+

Spain

41

580

377

1

29

19

42

609

396

Brazil

40

85

11

1

1

1

41

86

12

Total

81

665

388

2

30

20

83

695

408

Workforce breakdown

by country, professional category and type of contract

Spain
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Full-time contracts

20

65

231

25

657

Part-time contracts

0

0

0

1

48

Total

20

65

231

26

705

Brazil
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Full-time contracts

1

19

30

24

62

Part-time contracts

0

0

0

0

3

Total

1

19

30

24

65

Total
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Full-time contracts

21

84

261

49

719

Part-time contracts

0

0

0

1

51

Total

21

84

261

50

770

Workforce breakdown

by country, gender and type of contract (annual average) 62


62. Average data are included on the understanding that there are no significant differences with year-end data.

Spain
Unlimited contracts menUnlimited contracts womenTemporary contracts menTemporary contracts womenTotal menTotal women

773

181

53

4

826

185

93.58%
97.84%
6.42%
2.16%
100%
100%
Brazil
Unlimited contracts menUnlimited contracts womenTemporary contracts menTemporary contracts womenTotal menTotal women

98

38

3

0

101

38

97.03%
100.00%
2.97%
0.00%
100.00%
100.00%
Total
Unlimited contracts menUnlimited contracts womenTemporary contracts menTemporary contracts womenTotal menTotal women

871

219

56

4

927

223

93.96%
98.21%
6.04%
1.79%
100.00%
100.00%

Workforce breakdown

by country, age and type of contract (annual average)
Unlimited contracts up to 30Unlimited contracts 30-50Unlimited contracts 50+Temporary contracts up to 30Temporary contracts 30-50Temporary contracts 50+total
up to 30
total
30-50
Total
50+

Spain

26

539

389

2

38

17

28

577

406

Brazil

40

85

11

1

1

1

41

86

12

Total

66

624

400

3

39

18

69

663

418

Workforce breakdown

by country, professional category and type of contract (annual average)

Spain
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

19

68

234

23

609

Temporary contracts

0

0

2

1

55

Total

19

68

236

24

664

Brazil
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

1

19

30

24

62

Temporary contracts

0

0

0

0

3

Total

1

19

30

24

65

Total
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Unlimited contracts

20

87

264

47

671

Temporary contracts

0

0

2

1

58

Total

20

87

266

48

729

Workforce breakdown

by country, gender and type of contract (annual average)
Full-time
men
Full-time
women
Part-time
men
Part-time
women
Total
men
Total
women

Spain

812

183

14

3

826

186

Brazil

98

38

3

0

101

38

Total

910

221

17

3

927

224

Redundancies breakdown

by country and gender
MenWomenTotal

Spain

11

1

12

91.67%
8.33%
100%
MenWomenTotal
Brazil

18

14

32

56.25%
43.75%
100%
MenWomenTotal

Total

29

15

44

65.91%
34.09%
100%

Redundancies breakdown

by country and age
Up to 3030-5050+Total
Spain

1

7

4

12

8.33%
58.33%
33.33%
100.00%
Up to 3030-5050+Total
Brazil

13

17

2

32

40.63%
53.13%
6.25%
100.00%
up to 3030-5050+Total

Total

14

24

6

44

31.82%
54.55%
13.64%
100.00%

Redundancies breakdown

by country and professional category
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
Spain

1

4

2

0

5

8.33%
33.33%
16.67%
0.00%
41.67%
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators
Brazil

0

9

6

1

16

0.00%
28.13%
18.75%
3.13%
50.00%
Managerial rolesMiddle management and skilled techniciansTechniciansFunctional supportOperators

Total

1

13

8

1

21

2.27%
29.55%
18.18%
2.27%
47.73%

During 2022, Alestis has been working with subcontractors in Spain, whose personnel have been performing a service at the Alestis Aerospace facilities. Specifically, the cleaning service (with a scope of work equivalent to 12 people) and the aeronautical assembly service in Getafe, which ends in July 2022, date from which the total of 20 people who were providing the service will join the company's workforce.

For its part, Alestis do Brasil has 5 people employed by the kitchen service provider (a nutritionist, a cook and 3 assistants), as well as security services (five doormen) and cleaning and maintenance services (a cleaning leader and six assistants).

Alestis has legally constituted workers' representation in all work sites, both in Spain and in Brazil, as well as trade union representation through the trade union sections.

There are currently 6 workers' committees at the facilities and 2 trade union sections at the company level. The total number of legal representatives of employees is 55. Alestis organises labour relations and social dialogue in the facilities themselves through the people designated by the company for this purpose, holding not only the regular quarterly meetings stipulated by law, but also all those necessary for the proper maintenance of social dialogue.

Alestis respects the employees' freedom of association, scrupulously and immediately responding to requests for delegated payment of trade union membership fees and the right to collective bargaining. The fundamental rights of assembly and strike action are also respected.

Labour relations in Spain are governed by sectoral collective bargaining agreements, the provincial collective bargaining agreements applicable to their functional scope, and the Vitoria-Gasteiz plant's own agreement. As a result, 100% of the workforce is covered by collective bargaining agreements.

The company is within the functional scope of two collective bargaining agreements, both of which are statewide: the statewide collective bargaining agreement for industry, new technologies and services in the metallurgical sector and the collective bargaining agreement for the engineering companies and technical studies offices sector. The first of these, as the highest-ranking agreement in terms of bargaining levels, has reserved as its exclusive subject matter the minimum standards on occupational risk prevention, which can be developed by agreements at a lower level. Both the state agreement and the provincial agreements are in force until 31 December 2023.

Alestis has legally constituted workers' representation in all work sites, both in Spain and in Brazil, as well as trade union representation through the trade union sections.

In particular, the national collective agreement specifically develops aspects relating to health and safety at work in article 74 and subsequent articles, highlighting as relevant aspects the measures for workers who are especially sensitive to certain risks, measures relating to work clothes and PPE, health surveillance, safe workplaces, maintenance of equipment from the perspective of the health and safety of workers, and specific regulation of operations involving the handling of loads.

For its part, the collective agreement for the engineering and technical studies sector contains specific measures relating to work on screens.

At Alestis do Brasil there is no collective agreement in force, so it applies the labour legislation (CLT) to 100% of the workforce. Negotiations and dialogues concerning the company are conducted directly between management and employees. In cases of collective bargaining, negotiations take place between the union, the company and the employees.

For the company, the most important asset is its people, as they are the ones who make the difference and position Alestis as a leading company in the sector.