2017 Integrated Report – Departure into a new era

Corporate culture

Diversity

Employees by age as of Dec 31 (NP)

2017

2016

2015

<30 years

25,593

24,732

23,882

30 – 49 years

82,596

82,078

83,112

≥ 50 years

86,227

84,894

83,472

Total

194,416

191,704

190,466

Germany (companies with about 98% of domestic employees).

In Germany, almost 200,000 employees from over 100 nations work for DB Group, and about 46,000 of them are women. The number of em­­ployees over 50 years of age remains the largest group. The share of employees in Germany of foreign birth or citizenship increased to 10.5% in the year under review (previous year: 9.8%).

Management level by gender as of Dec 31 (NP)

2017

2016

2015

Supervisory Board 1)

20

20

32

     Share of women (%)

30.0

30.0

31.3

Senior executives

217

214

230

     Share of women (%)

12.9

12.6

11.3

Upper management

920

901

886

     Share of women (%)

16.6

16.2

15.8

Middle management

2,160

2,187

2,187

     Share of women (%)

21.0

20.4

19.9

Total executives
(excluding Supervisory Board)

3,297

3,302

3,303

     Share of women (%)

19.2

18.7

18.2

Germany (companies with about 98% of domestic employees).

1) In 2015, eight of the members of the Supervisory Board of DB AG and formely DB Mobility Logistics AG had mandates in both bodies.

The share of women in management positions has increased steadily in recent years.

Employees with severe disabilities by age
as of Dec 31
(NP)

2017

2016

2015

<30 years

250

257

261

30 – 49 years

2,831

2,892

2,962

≥ 50 years

9,590

9,607

9,475

Total

12,671

12,756

12,698

Germany (companies with about 98% of domestic employees).

Includes employees and vocational trainees with severe disabilities or similar.

The employment rate of severely disabled employees in Germany is about 6%. In terms of the Group companies, about half are above the statutory quota of 5%, even in numerous areas that might not seem particularly suitable for employees with severe disabilities at first glance.