Located in nearly 70 countries, ENGIE numbers 154,950 employees who work in highly different environments. All of them, however, work to ensure the company’s sustainable growth. For this reason, they receive the benefits of Human Resources policies that aim to attract, retain and develop a diverse pool of talent, which is an essential part of the Group’s performance.
For ENGIE, the development of each employee helps create value for all. One example of the Group’s commitment to responsibility: the launch of its ENGIE Management Way corporate project, aimed at 42,000 managers, to support the Group’s transformation. This commitment to responsibility also addresses the community through efforts to help people in need to find employment.
The guidelines of the Development for People policy pursue a dual challenge: to promote employee skills and give them the opportunity to reach their full potential at the company. At the same time, the People for Development policy aims to develop the Group by ensuring that all employees can do their part and anticipate changes in their businesses.
Everyone has talent to offer. This is why the Group has made diversity a top priority, notably by promoting employment for young people (primarily though a strong, work-based learning program), seniors and workers with disabilities. The Group also works to ensure equal opportunity and equal treatment between men and women in order to strengthen its teams.