Human Resources Highlights
At this year’s Talents des Cités awards ceremony, GDF SUEZ-sponsored entrant Karim Boukraa spoke about his award-winning Deïzo Academy, the non-profit association that puts sport at the heart of an education project to support young people in taking a more active role in society and the world of work.
How can collective intelligence contribute to sustainable performance and innovation within the Group?
The French company Société Hydro-Electrique du Midi (SHEM), is the first entity of the Group, which is awarded CSR LUCIE label. This assessment is in line with the ISO 26000 standard and validates the commitment to a CSR progress approach.
GDF SUEZ welcomes employees of diverse origins. In collaboration with the Agence Nationale de l'Outre-mer pour la mobilité (LADOM) and the Association nationale pour la formation professionnelle des adultes (AFPA), the Group has created a program to train students from overseas territories.
To add value to the subsidiary’s work, INEO created a guild within its Ile-de-France division in 2006, called the Maîtres de l’Energie, or Energy Experts.
To address the labor shortage of employees who install and maintain 150,000-volt power lines, Fabricom developed an innovative strategy in 2011.
Mouveo Meetings are events organized within INEO (link to French-language website) to promote mobility by:
The Energy Services business line is organizing a program where it invites 16 young vocational school graduates from the French overseas departments and territories to do a traineeship in mainland France.
In 2012, the Beacon Foundation launched its program in the Gippsland Community.
Created by GDF SUEZ in January 2013, the purpose of the INAD network is to: