Ducati Is One of Italy's Top Employers for the Second Consecutive Year

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People living in northern Italy have all the reasons to be proud and thankful that Ducati's headquarters are there, as their recent award brings even more hope for employment. Ducati has been declared one of the Top Employers in Italy for the second year running, and their recent growth figures might bring hope for better days.
This accolade comes from the Top Employers Institute that "certifies the best national companies in the field of Human Resources," as it is described in Ducati's official papers. The certification is a reward that recognizes that a company is providing excellent working conditions for its employees, and offers an example as far as the best practices in the field of human resources go.

The Top Employers Institute uses various types of surveys in documenting the awards, and an audit to verify that the high standards and criteria are being met.

Alongside the working conditions that companies striving to receive the award must provide, the mentioned institute is also investigating what other opportunities the workforce has. This, of course, includes training and the possibility to develop talents at every level.

Following Ducati's recognition as a Top Employer, company CEO Claudio Domenicali added, "At Ducati we endeavour to make the professional experience both motivating and full of satisfaction. The Top Employers certification we've earned once again in 2016 underlines the results of this effort. We consider the Ducati employees to be our number one fans and enthusiasts, and we strive to build a strong sense of belonging between them and the company and this is vital for a brand whose strategy hinges on the passion and strength of its community."

22-percent growth for Ducati in 2015

Ducati has had a terrific 2015, a year that not only saw the previous sales records broken but also witnessed a huge range upgrade.

In 2015, Ducati sold 54,800 bikes, 22% more than in 2014, and almost a third of them were Scramblers, with substantial increases being recorded in most international markets. With the introduction of no less than nine new models at EICMA 2015, Ducati's future looks even more promising so that we can expect more record figures and best practice awards from the Italian manufacturer.
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