Our people

2,576 Línea Directa Aseguradora Group employees in 2020.

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Permanent contracts.

28 nationalities.

50% of management positions held by women.

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of our employees recommend us as a place to work, according to Merco Talento.




We know that good professionals need challenges. You will be contributing to new projects in Línea Directa Aseguradora. We are always developing and growing, so you will be continuously moving, always experiencing new ways of doing things.



We are committed to your development. We want you to keep expanding your skills and use the latest technology. You will grow as a professional, in a flexible environment where moving between areas is possible.

Línea Directa Aseguradora Life

Línea Directa Aseguradora Life

Línea Directa Aseguradora Life is always striving to encourage collaborative work and - why not? - fun. Our people are genuine and enthusiastic. We want you to feel at home so that you can develop your talent and creativity with us.



Road safety, the environment, healthy habits... We want our impact on society to be more than just professional. You can be part of our volunteering group and many other social initiatives.

This is what our management is like

Meet the Línea Directa Aseguradora management team. These videos explain what they do and describe the areas they manage, their day-to-day work and what they most like about it, among many other things.

Take a virtual tour around our offices

Línea Directa Aseguradora headquarters

Welcome to this 360 degree tour!

This is our campus, our workspace: open, warm and collaborative. Watch the video and find out what we are like.

Commitments and recognition

Línea Directa Aseguradora has received the following recognition and signed up to these people-management commitments:

  • FRC "Family Responsible Company" certificate, B+ rating. Being an FRC company involves a firm commitment to progress and seeking answers for the reconciliation of personal, family and work life. It encourage support for equal opportunities and the inclusion of the most disadvantaged.

  • TOP Employer 2023 from the Top Employers Institute, for organisations with the best conditions for their employees, demonstrating excellent management of people, corporate responsibility, diversity, and human resources plans and policies.

  • Diversity Charter. An European Charter containing a number of commitments to advance equality, inclusion, cultural diversity, a prejudice-free working environment and the promotion of non-discrimination programmes. Click here to learn about the principles of the diversity charter.

  • EWI (Empower Women in Insurance) network. An initiative that seeks to boost women's leadership in the insurance sector.

  • Luxembourg Declaration signatory. An European commitment charter founded by the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion that binds signatory companies to the principles of good management of health at work and orientation of business strategy towards its principles.

  • MásHumano Foundation. The Máshumano network comprises companies that are committed to implementing flexible models based on productivity and humanisation as keys to sustainability, with the help of the Foundation.

  • Telework and Flexibility Charter. A commitment driven by the Foundation that commits all signatory companies to enhance teleworking and other workplace flexibility measures.

  • Integra commitment. A network of companies and entities involved in supporting socially-responsible employment of people at risk of social exclusion.