Workplace well-being

Input and correlations relevant to theme

Theme definition

Alliander’s employees must be able to carry out their work under pleasant, manageable and healthy conditions at all times.

Stakeholder expectation

Alliander’s employees must be able to carry out their work under pleasant, manageable and healthy conditions.

Our long-term objective

Alliander employs about 6,800 FTEs. Together, they secure a reliable, affordable and accessible energy supply. We offer our employees a safe and healthy working environment that they can be proud of. We aim to be top-class employer: an innovative and successful company where we develop future-oriented knowledge and competences. And with an absence rate of under 4.3%.

Contribution from Alliander

We are aware that the energy transition and technological innovations such as robotisation and digitisation are advancing at an accelerating pace. As a result, roles change or disappear, while new ones emerge. This poses many challenges for our people. In 2019, our absence rate was 4.2%. For us, this confirms the need to maintain a constructive and frank conversation with our employees about long-term employability. Alongside this conversation, we offer other instruments such as the employability budget to help employees stay healthy and energetic for the long term. We did not conduct an employee survey in 2019. Instead, the focus was on the strategy alignment survey and discussing the outcomes of this with all employees. Alliander has the ambition to be a top-class employer and will launch a new employee survey in 2020. 

Relationship with Alliander impact model: human capital

Workplace well-being is closely linked to the absence of sickness and work-related accidents. Being in work has a positive effect on the well-being of employees in terms of increased self-esteem, independence, social life and social status.

Correlation with strategy

Accessibility, affordability



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