Our CSR commitments Employment
Supporting the women and men in our company
Allow everyone to fulfil their potential!
The world is moving and we are adapting to it! At Heppner, in order to attract and retain all talents, we encourage initiative, give the opportunity to work and vocational study scheme students, allow access to training and encourage internal mobility. We make sure that there is room for everyone to enrich our team and ensure that we provide a safe and pleasant work environment. To achieve this, we listen to our employees, engage in active social dialogue and make the necessary changes for the smooth running of the group.
of positions filled through internal promotion
more work-study students between 2020 and 2021
Equip yourself with the tools necessary for individual and collective progress
For the second year in a row, Heppner conducted the GPTW survey and obtained a score of +6 points on the trust index)
The Group has set up a Disability Task Force and deployed an unprecedented system: the employment rate for people with disabilities was 4.3% in 2021, compared with 3.5% in 2020.
The Group signed a social agreement on remote working in 2021.
by our employment pillar
In order to allow everyone to find their place and develop their skills, we have an active training policy: internally by increasing access to training for all our employees, by integrating work-study students, and by developing talent within the HEPPNER University.
Adopt an inclusive posture
Diversity and parity are strengths for the collective, and the Heppner Group pays close attention to them. In 2021, we initiated a Disability Inclusion Programme.
Measuring the quality of life at work
The Group initiates and encourages actions that promote quality of life at work and is committed to measuring the effects of these actions on its employees.
Occupational health and safety
With the health crisis linked to COVID-19, the reference points have changed, as have employees’ needs and expectations. Heppner is listening to its employees, and in 2021 it will take several steps in this direction, notably by formalising an agreement on remote working for its administrative employees and by pursuing a policy of preventing arduous work in the field.