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Sant’Anna: large and small companies in the field against the high cost of living

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From large to small, numerous Italian companies have intervened, such as Acqua Sant’Anna, to help their employees cope with the expensive life. From north to south of the peninsula, here’s how they are doing, giving out special bonuses or paycheck rewards.
Labomar, a nutraceutical company of Istrana in the province of Treviso with about 300 employees, listed on the Euronext Growth market of the Italian Stock Exchange, in May gave a bonus of 700 euros to employees with at least six months of seniority, in order to help their families “to face the increases in recent months which have an increasingly significant impact on household and fuel costs”. An extraordinary prize of one thousand euros gross to each of its collaborators in Italy is what Brembo from Bergamo, leader in the sector in the development and production of braking systems for vehicles, decided to “give a signal” in a ” Italian macroeconomic context in which the cost of living has increased significantly “. RadiciGroup has also allocated over 2 million euros to provide a contribution of 1,000 euros gross as a one-off bonus to the approximately 1,500 employees of the Italian offices (including temporary workers), as “support to cope with the increase in energy costs and cost increases. of life”.
As had already happened during the first lockdown with a weekly contribution of 150 euros to employees with children, Atlante, a company based in Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna) active in the sector of large-scale food distribution in Italy and abroad, at the end of June an ‘anti-inflation bonus’ of 458 euros for each of its 90 employees.

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A “pandemic bonus” arrived in April for all the workers at the Petronas plant in Villastellone, “for guaranteeing production continuity during the most difficult months of the covid waves”. In addition to the performance bonus of almost € 1,350, each worker received an extra bonus of € 400. In March, the fifteen employees of Fontana and C srl, of the Vailatese entrepreneur Giorgio Fontana, a historic company in the area, specialized in industrial and civil painting and varnishing, found themselves on a paycheck of two hundred euros more “to cover the expensive bills. “. A “concrete” help to the families of those who work in the factory every day, also came from Comisa Spa in Pisogne in the province of Brescia, a company specializing in the plumbing and heating sector, which has allocated 100,000 euros to a special ‘bonus’ for the approximately 150 employees, who found 500 euros more in their paychecks for the month of May. Employees of Gf-Elti di Sovere, the historic Bergamo-based company that produces and exports heating furnaces, also received a bonus of 500 euros “to cope with the growth in inflation, the cost of fuels and energy, the prices of foodstuffs, in light of the increases in the last period ‘.

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