P25. Human resources

The number of employees was 273 at December 31, 2016 (298 at year-end 2015). The average number of full-time employees was as follows.

Country

Jan–Dec 2016

Jan–Dec 2015

Total
(number)

of whom
men (%)

Total
(number)

of whom
men (%)

Sweden

286

51

288

48

Total

286

51

288

48

The share of female and male Corporate Officers was as follows. Corporate Officers include all members of the Board of Directors, the President and the 10 other members (9 members in 2015) of Group Executive Management employed by the parent company.

Percent

Dec 31, 2016

Dec 31, 2015

Board of Directors

Other
Corporate Officers

Board of Directors

Other
Corporate Officers

Women

45.5

33.3

36.4

33.3

Men

54.5

66.7

63.6

66.7

Total

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Total personnel expenses were distributed by nature as follows.

SEK in millions

Jan–Dec 2016

Jan–Dec 2015

Salaries and other remuneration

418

343

of which performance share programs

8

7

Social security expenses

   

Employer’s social security contributions

131

109

of which performance share programs

3

2

Pension expenses

237

221

Total social security expenses

371

330

Other personnel expenses

32

44

Total personnel expenses recognized by nature

821

717

Salaries and other remuneration were divided between Corporate Officers and other employees as follows.

SEK in millions

Jan–Dec 2016

Jan–Dec 2015

Corporate Officers
(of which variable pay)

Other
employees

Corporate Officers
(of which variable pay)

Other
employees

Salaries and other remuneration

67 (−)

351

91 (−)

252

Corporate Officers include members of the Board of Directors and, as applicable, former Board members (but exclude employee representatives); the President and, as applicable, former Presidents and Executive Vice Presidents; and the 9 other members (9 members in 2015) of Group Executive Management employed by the parent company.

Pension expenses and outstanding pension commitments for Corporate Officers were as follows. There are no pension benefit arrangements for external members of the Board of Directors.

SEK in millions

January–December
or December 31,

2016

2015

Pension expenses

20

25

Outstanding pension commitments

171

183

For additional information, see sections “Performance share programs” and “Remuneration to corporate officers” in Notes to consolidated financial statements (Note C31).