Responsible Employer

Discover our commitments as Responsible Employer

Responsible Employer

Ensuring the quality of working life, equity and inclusion, and professional development of the teams is a key factor in supporting employee commitment within the Group and improving performance.

The Responsible Employer strategy is one of the main strands of the Group's CSR strategy. It is founded on three ambitions, broken down into commitments. 

Enabling each employee, current and future, to fully realize their potential within the Group

  • Provide the best employability opportunities to attract and retain our talents;
  • Foster career opportunities tailored to future challenges.
-	34h of training per person per year -	More than 25% of workforce trained to the Climate Fresk since 2021 -	+17,5% of employees are involved in reskilling programs in 2023 (vs 2022)


Providing a fulfilling, responsive and performing work environment

  • Ensuring the conditions for a fair and inclusive culture respectful of others;
  • Ensuring the conditions for a quality of working life respectful of people and living times.
-	54% of women in the Executive Committee -	80% of the workforce benefits from initiatives promoting work-life balance -	95,250 teleworkers worldwide at the end of 2023


Fostering employee commitment and impact

  • Strengthen engagement and culture of dialogue to work collectively for the Group’s sustainable competitiveness;
  • Contribute individually and collectively to positive impact actions.


-	86% of employees feel free to express their ideas -	Commitment rate: 64% -	10,718 days dedicated by employees to solidarity actions

Being a responsible employer is one of the priorities of the Group, which has announced its ambitions in terms of diversity, equity and inclusion as part of its 2023-2026 strategic plan, with the following objectives:

  • increasing of the representation of women in senior management positions of the Group with more than 35% of women in the Top 250 by 2026;
  • reducing potential pay gaps between women and men within the Group by 2026 with a budget of EUR 100 million between 2024 and 2025