Annual report 2012

Organisational climate, and employee satisfaction and culture

Organisational climate was measured at the Telekom Slovenije Group level for the fourth consecutive year. A comparison of results with those from 2011 indicates an increase in the average assessment of the organisational climate by 0.24 points, from 3.40 to 3.64. 

There was a general improvement in the climate at Group companies. The largest improvement was recorded by GVO, followed by Aneks, Ipko, Avtenta, One and Telekom Slovenije. The average assessment of the climate was unchanged at TSmedia relative to 2011. Responsiveness was better than the previous year, as 3,046 or 66% of all employees completed the questionnaire.


Changes in the organisational climate in the period 2011 to 2012 

Company

2010

2011

2012

Change from 2011 to 2012

Telekom Slovenije

3.71

3.67

3.71

+0.04

GVO

3.29

3.30

3.61

+0.31

Avtenta

3.38

3.46

3.63

+0.17

TSmedia

3.36

3.42

3.42

no change

Aneks

3.36

3.33

3.62

+0.29

Ipko

3.56

3.56

3.76

+0.20

One

3.49

3.08

3.23

+0.15

Primo

3.17

3.36

to be measured later


Employee satisfaction

The average assessment of employee satisfaction was up compared with 2011, from 3.49 to 3.82. Organisational managers review the results and take the appropriate measures for improvement. Employees were notified about the results via the intranet and at meetings of the organisational units.


Annual appraisal interviews

In line with the management by objectives system, most companies conducted annual appraisal interviews with employees, which cover the assessment of the achievement of the objectives and job performance of employees, the setting of objectives for the current year, and employee training and development plans. At some companies, the assessment of performance has an impact on the variable component of wages and on advancement.

Annual appraisal interviews were carried out at the parent company using a new methodology in a new application.

Annual appraisal interviews were conducted with all employees at Slovenian companies, other than those who were absent for a longer period of time due to sickness or in the process of terminating their employment. In terms of gender, the ratio was similar to the number of employees. The only possible deviations are due to the absence of women due to childbirth and parental leave.