We encourage cultural diversity, which contributes to an enriching working environment and is a real asset when it comes to understanding our customers’ specific characteristics.
Business At Work’s employment and professional activity policy does not discriminate on the grounds of gender, age, nationality, sexual or religious orientation, or disability. Our policy aims to be respectful in all areas of human resources and career management.
In 2012, we joined and signed the United Nations Global Compact programme, which calls on participating organisations to voluntarily align their strategies with the 10 founding principles relating to: human and labour rights, environmental protection, the fight against discrimination and support for UN initiatives. Through this pact, we are committed to promote sustainable development, responsible citizenship and convey a set of specific values to the major universal principles.
In 2017, we joined the Great Place To Work programme, to put employee well-being at the heart of the company’s concerns. The Great Place To Work programme evaluates participating companies based on a survey of employees, and helps companies in their development efforts to become a better place to work.