ENGIE is committed to supporting diversity and to creating an inclusive culture. We strive to create an inclusive environment for both our employees and all other parties with whom we have a formal relationship.
ENGIE also acknowledges that the communities in which we operate will be diverse in different ways and we have a responsibility to try to reflect these differences where possible in the people we employ and the way we operate.
We work closely with our suppliers and encourage them to adopt a similar approach to inclusion; both in their relationships with their own employees and suppliers. ENGIE is a FIR (Fairness, Inclusion, Respect) ambassador for the Supply Chain School which enables us to enhance our knowledge and to be able to share best practice with our supply chain on key items relating to discrimination, fairness, inclusion and respect.
At ENGIE, it doesn’t matter who you are. If you share our energy, behaviours and vision, we want to work with you!
Since 2008, ENGIE has been developing a gender diversity policy and deploying concrete actions aimed at advancing women within the Group and supporting them in their career development.
In order to make team diversity an effective reality, the Group strives to ensure that the principle of equal opportunities in access to employment is respected in each of its entities.
- Mix and professional equality: ENGIE has set itself the objectives of the Mixité, including the goal of reaching 25% of women in its workforce by 2020 . The Group is taking initiatives to attract the talents of men and women, to promote the feminization of the professions, the promotion of these to women and equal opportunities in recruitment.
- Disability: flagship actions and quantified targets are established for the recruitment and professionalization of people with disabilities.
- Intergenerational diversity: convinced of the richness brought by the meeting of different generations, the Group relies on this diversity especially for the transmission of knowledge and skills (encouragement of seniors to the training of the youngest, reverse mentoring or training by the alternating).
- Religious diversity: ENGIE is committed to ensuring that no candidate or employee is treated unfavorably because of his or her religious beliefs.