ENGIE promotes equal opportunities in employment. Job applicants and employees receive equal treatment regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief. Employees of ENGIE are encouraged to form Diversity network groups to discuss any issues relevant to them in the business.
We provide our employees and managers with information on diversity and inclusion in the workplace and outline our expectations of our employees through policies and appropriate training. A mandatory Diversity and Inclusion e-learning training is in place along with a discrimination training handbook that is issued to all employees.
ENGIE has a Diversity and Inclusion Panel, which holds quarterly meetings to review progress and identify other ways in which we can ensure our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is sustained.
We would like recruitment shortlists, where possible, to include at least one female candidate and/or a candidate from an ethnic minority.