At ENGIE Ineo we consider social responsibility to be a key priority, so we ensure diversity and equal opportunities at all levels. We encourage each and every person to achieve their personal and collective potential.
In 2017 ENGIE Ineo received the Diversity Label. This was created by the French state to acknowledge the visible, proactive and sustainable commitment of ENGIE Ineo in the prevention of discrimination and the promotion of diversity in its Human Resources management.
Support personal development
Training in future professions is a key area. The expertise of the Ineo School enables us to support employees throughout their career paths. We provide support for individual projects, whether for personal development, skills development or training in new skills.
Protect employees with disabilities
Since 2004, our P.H.A.R.E mission (programme to assist persons with disabilities) assists in the recruitment, integration, support and ongoing employment of persons with disabilities.
Let us not forget that 85% of disabilities are not visible. On this matter we implemented a DYS troubles awareness campaign on (dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia etc.).
4.76 % employment rate, or over 826 employees with disabilities in 2015.
Encourage gender equality
ENGIE Ineo strives to combat stereotypes and to foster diversity within its business lines, in particular in technical sectors. To this end, we recently signed our second Gender Equality agreement. We have raised the number of women hired at all levels of responsibility and have enabled many women to return to employment following a break from their career, including on professional baccalaureate training programmes.
Since 2013, we have trained 420 women on work-study programmes, two-thirds of whom in technical occupations.
Under the generation contract signed by ENGIE in 2013, ENGIE Ineo is committed to recruiting at least 5% of work-study employees every year and to offer at least 50% of these permanent contracts on qualification.
To ensure that our know-how is transmitted to future generations, we have also initiated the Masters of Energy programme. Our tutors are selected from amongst our leading employees based on their experience and professional approach, to guide apprentices and young recruits in the early stages of their employment.
2,500 young people trained in ten years.
Encourage return to employment
In partnership with the FACE foundation, ENGIE Ineo has set up a variety of partnerships to assist underprivileged people in finding long-term employment and fight all forms of exclusion.
Furthermore, our “Driving licence – Job – Mobility – Sport” programme assists young people in meeting some basic conditions for seeking employment.