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Supplementary Health Assistance and Recreational Associations

05/27/2016 - 06:00 PM

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ASSILT (supplementary healthcare association for the employees of Telecom Italia Group companies), funded by the Group companies, by employee members and retired members, is a non-profitmaking organisation providing services to its members and beneficiaries that are supplementary to those provided by the Italian national health service, including - together with public healthcare establishments - collective and individual research, knowledge-gathering initiatives and health prevention activities, and the promotion of health education initiatives to protect the health and physical well-being of its members. In 2015, the association disbursed refunds totalling approximately 53 million euros (around 600,000 cases). As of December 31, 2015, the Association had 149,000 members, including 50,000 employees, 33,000 pensioners and 66,000 family members.

ASSILT

Supplementary healthcare association for the employees of the Group.
In 2015, refunds  approximately 53 million euros for 149,000 members.
 

 

ASSIDA

Supplementary health services for senior management staff
In 2015, more than 7,700 assisted members.

ASSIDA provides senior management staff with refunds for the cost of supplementary health services to those provided by the Italian national health service. As of December 31, 2015, the Association had 3,500 members in service or retired, in addition to family members, making a total of more than 7,700 assisted members.

CRALT is the recreational club for employees of the Group and organises sight-seeing, sports, cultural and recreational activities for its members, employees, pensioners and their families. By entering into specific agreements, CRALT also allows members and their families to purchase goods and services at particularly good prices, which can also be settled in instalments. One of the most significant of these is the agreement and the resulting contribution provided for the purchase of school and university books for the children of members, as a valuable contribution to household purchasing power. As of December 31, 2015, there were 44,174 members, including 37,772 employees and 6,402 pensioners. In 2015, CRALT made an average contribution of 15% to the cost of activities for the benefit of its members, as it did the previous year.

All Group workers, whether full or part-time, on permanent or fixed-term contracts, enjoy the same benefits, whilst, in Italy, the supplementary welfare institute is extended to workers on apprenticeship or placement contracts, as well as to employees on permanent contracts.

CRALT

Sight-seeing, sports, cultural and recreational activities for its members, employees, pensioners and their families

In 2015, more than 44,000 members.

telemaco

The national complementary pension fund for employees in the telecommunications industry
In 2015, around 39,600 subscribing employees of Group companies, around 59,300 total subscribers, and 178 associated companies.

TELEMACO is the national complementary pension fund for employees in the telecommunications industry, established in 1998 as a non-profit association and operative since October 2000; its objective is to ensure that those subscribing are able to maintain their standard of living when retiring, thanks to the creation of supplementary social security, over and above the public provisions. It is intended for workers, office staff and middle managers of companies that apply the national telecommunications contract, for employees on permanent, apprenticeship or placement contracts and for people who are physically supported by the workers subscribing to the Fund. On 31 December 2015 there were around 39,600 subscribing employees of Group companies, around 59,300 total subscribers, and 178 associated companies.