The José de Mello Group is one of Portugal’s major economic groups, leader of vital areas of the domestic economy.
Our culture and the values that lie at its roots constitute the code of conduct that governs the management of our businesses, a code that we regard and honour.
Within the José de Mello Group SKILL, INNOVATION and HUMAN DEVELOPMENT represent, both in businesses that have already been consolidated and in future projects, demands that we impose on our conduct and conditions essential to our success.
José de Mello Group employees are expected to act with determination and rigour, implementing solutions and taking decisions with knowledge and coherence. Quality, deadlines and value are unquestionable premisses.
José de Mello Group employees are expected to show an open mind and the ability to manage alternatives and new solutions, avoiding routine, while showing an openness to dialogue and acceptance at all times of change and difference.
José de Mello Group employees, people who know how to grow in step with the organisation, are pleased to believe in those that surround them, to focus on the individual’s contribution to collective results and to turn everyday routines into a constant challenge of exchanges of experiences.
We believe that investing time and energy in dialogue, in teaching and in learning, and knowing how to listen and to communicate, while never failing in commitments and in complying with the established rules, constitute the best guarantee of our collective future.
Skill, Innovation and Human Development are requirements of our conduct and essential conditions to achieve success.
The José de Mello Group employs 11,863 workers, of which 37% are men and 63% are women.
José de Mello Saúde is the invested company with the largest number of workers, amounting to 8,278, followed by Brisa with 2,344. The remaining 1,241 are distributed by CUF, the José de Mello holding and by the remaining business units of the Group.
The average age of the workers in the three platforms (Brisa, CUF and José de Mello Saúde) is 41.3 years old. In Brisa, the age average is of 45.1 years old, whereas in CUF it is 47.2 years old and in José de Mello Saúde it is 39.8 years old.
As for academic qualifications, 46.9% of the workers in the business units have licentiate or master’s degrees, 31.6% completed complementary education and 21.4% completed basic education. José de Mello Saúde is the business platform with the most qualified workers, as 57.1% of them have licentiate or master’s degrees (22.9% completed complementary education and 19.9% completed basic education). In Brisa, most of the workers have completed complementary education (60.4%), the ones having completed basic education and having licentiate or master’s degrees being fewer in number (23.2% and 16.3%, respectively). In CUF, the workers that completed basic education are also greater in number (38.2%), followed by the workers with licentiate or master’s degrees (30.9%) and with complementary education (30%).
Indicators as at the end of the fiscal year of 2016.
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