Promoting employee development and commitment
Our social responsibility is rooted in three principles: promoting diversity and inclusion; providing a “good place to work” and ensuring responsible employment management; and acting as a learning business offering dynamic professional path. By adopting these three ambitious objectives, our aim is to facilitate employee development and commitment.
Three commitments guide our social responsibility
4. Promotion of diversity and inclusion in the workplace
5. A good place to work and responsible employment management
6. A learning company supporting dynamic professional path
We coordinate these commitments by monitoring three key performance indicators.
(*) Out of approximately 500 Top executives.
Our commitment is also:
As part of our social responsibility, we have signed several agreements and conventions in favor of diversity and equal opportunity in business.
Convention with AGEFIPH
In 2007, we signed the first convention dedicated to promoting the employment of disabled workers. Support from AGEFIPH has enabled us to expand our Disability Project and to recruit and retain more disabled employees.
Women Empowerment Principles (WEP)
On March 1, 2011, we signed the United Nations WEP charter and committed to its seven principles in favor of promoting the role of women and improving gender equality in the workplace.
Agreement in favor of promoting employment and integration for disabled workers (2007)
> Read the agreement (in French)
Company agreement on gender equality
On July 30, 2007, we renewed our commitment to advancing gender equality, by signing a new agreement in favor of equal opportunity and treatment of men and women at every step in their career paths.
Charter for equal opportunity in education
In 2005, we signed this charter which aims to develop collaborative efforts between businesses and education to promote equal opportunity.
> Read the Charter (in French)
Entreprises et Santé
In 2004, we joined this organization that aims to mobilize businesses to take part in fighting AIDS in developing countries.
In November 2008, we signed this charter drafted by the French Ministry of Labor to promote a healthy work-life balance for our employees.
In October 2004, we signed this charter to renew our commitment to fighting against all forms of discrimination and promoting diversity in our HR processes.
On October 6, 2015, we adopted the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Charter drafted by Autre Cercle. The document lays out best practices for combatting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.