The “Performer” assessment system, applied right across the Group, including the international hubs, is based on expected profile logic, appraising employees on the basis of their conduct in relation to the complexity and specific nature of their duties, with objectivity and fairness of assessment also through professional self-assessment and an individual development plan based on strengths and investment areas. Its evolution, Performer 2.0, developed in 2014 and presented to the trade unions, is based on assessment indicators and a matrix of correlation between performance (final summary judgment) and leadership styles dedicated to the managers, with the aim of helping them in their managerial activities. A specific IT platform was set up, adopting all of the developments, and a Group-level communication plan is under examination. Said plan will be consistent with the Business Plan achievements specifically involving the Network.