Health and well-being in the workplace


Health is one of our core businesses. Promoting health is also acting in favor of the company and society as a whole, and protecting our most valuable asset.

Well-being in the workplace policies and organizational issues are key challenges for our Group and are at the center of professional relations between employees and their representatives.

These ties have been fostered with the Health & Safety Committee, the Works Committee and the Occupational Health representative in order to work together on these issues and consider individual difficulties as part of a collective analysis.

These various actions became part of an official framework in 2010 through the signature of the “Engage¬ment en faveur du bien-être au travail et du droit universel à la santé” (Commitment in favor of well-being in the workplace and the universal right to health) by the Observatoire Social International (OSI).

DWe also strive to be a driving force for well-being by training and raising awareness among all our managers to act as key contacts in the transmission of our policy on the quality of work life.

Our focus on Group employee well-being has also been embodied through an internal social climate survey that will be renewed on a periodic basis in order to pinpoint our employees’ concerns and provide practical solutions.

2014 social climate survey:

  • 92% of employees are proud to work within the Group
  • 90% of employees are satisfied with their work within the Group
  • 89% of employees are satisfied with the advantages provided by the Group
  • 84% of employees are happy to come to work and would recommend the Group to a friend or relative
  • 84% of employees are satisfied with the work conditions


Key figures
+ 400 persons recruited/year
more than 2,500 employees
7,5 years of seniority on average
40 years average age