Summer camp

Case studies

Looking after the wellbeing of one's employees means meeting their needs by providing not only be providing traditional remuneration systems but also complementary tools to improve quality of life, promote the right work-life balance and support the family.
Summer Camps are just one of the initiatives made available to the children of employees, aged between 4 and 18, and involve a number of recreational and training activities. The goal is to promote a work/life balance and to provide children aged between 4 and 18, depending on the marks received, with an opportunity to learn English language and develop key behavioural skills for their personal growth.

Planned initiatives

  • 1

    Children between the ages of 4 and 10

    City Camp: 10 days in June and July at sports facilities in Rome and Florence.

  • 2

    Children between the ages of 8 and 13

    Kid’s Camp: themed summer camp (environmental sustainability), 15 days at a sea/mountain location. Recreational activities and local area knowledge activities are envisaged.

  • 3

    Children between the ages of 14 and 18

    Sailing School: sailing holiday to help children grow and develop all the individual and group skills needed for personal growth, through nautical discipline. For the children of Group employees who were awarded a final diploma in the first cycle of education.

    International English Camp: European study holiday for teenagers who have passed the state exam.