Telecom Italia

TIM offers infrastructures and technological platforms on which voice and data become advanced telecommunications services and leading-edge ICT solutions and tools for development for the Group itself and for the entire nation. TIM, Olivetti are the Group’s main brands; they are well-known by consumers and are a guarantee of reliability and competence. Up to December 31th 2014, the Group has 66,016 employees, 52,878 in Italy and 13,138 abroad. Among them, 24,208 are women and 41,808 men. In terms of position, there are 868 Group Senior Managers, 4,713 Group Middle Managers and 60,435 Group Office Staff. Agewise, 10,622 employees are up to 32 years old, 21,207 from 33 to 45 years old and 34,187 more than 45 years old. TIM is aware that people create the success of the business and recognise the central importance of human resources within a framework of loyalty and reciprocal trust. Even if informal and friendly the working environment is strongly oriented to results and to continuos improvement. Training and individual development schemes play a key role in the Group with an attention at worklife balance. A continuos and well structured dialogue with all major Universities is part of our DNA since ever.
Company Growth (employees)
Milano, IT
Size (employees)
60,927 (est)-2%
Telecom Italia was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Milano, IT

Telecom Italia Office Locations

Telecom Italia has an office in Milano
Milano, IT (HQ)
1 Via Gaetano Negri

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Telecom Italia News and Updates

San Marino set to be first 5G country as Telecom Italia soap opera continues

Italian mini-state San Marino is set to become the first ‘country’ to go 5G, with Telecom Italia using it as a testing ground for the next generation of wireless tech.

Telecom Italia to roll out “4.5G” in 11 cities

Telecom Italia boosts fiber, mobile speeds Telecom Italia is on the verge of turning up mobile network speeds of up to 700 Mbps — or what the carrier is calling “4.5G.” The carrier said that as of July, customers will be able to achieve those speeds in 11 cities, including Rome, Turin, Naples, Milan…

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