Ranked 19th in Forbes Russia’s Top 50 Employers
Severstal ranked in the top 3 of the Russia Employer Rating 2020 published by HeadHunter website in the Industrial Enterprises nomination. We also ranked 17th in the overall ranking (up from 21st in 2019), Severstal was the top-rated Russian steelmaker in the Most Advanced HR Processes nomination, finishing 11th in this category.
In 2020, the average headcount of Severstal increased by 3% to 52,222 employees.
Divisional distribution of our employees remained the same. Most employees (72%) work in Severstal Russian Steel.
The share of women among our employees stayed flat at 26%, which is a rather high number for our industry. The share of women among managers increased from 22% to 23% from the previous period.
To build a long-term talent pool, Severstal encourages interest in the mining and steelmaking industry among young people, making significant investments in education and working with schools and universities.
Severstal partners on talent development with approximately 20 specialised universities, six vocational schools and several high schools offering specialised Severstal programmes in the cities where we work. Around 300 colleges and university graduates are offered roles within the Company every year.
Our benefit package includes all benefits mandated by applicable laws plus additional means of financial support stipulated by respective collective bargaining agreements (regular and one-time payments).
Severstal ensures social protections of our employees and their families and offers meaningful benefit packages in alignment with legislation and collective agreements.
of our production staff participate in collective agreements