Developing a CSR culture and promoting employee well-being and commitment
Cegos takes a wide range of actions to engage its teams in a responsible approach and to promote their well-being at work and their commitment.
Raising awareness of CSR among all Group employees
Cegos has set itself the goal of raising awareness among all Group employees worldwide by the end of 2023.
By the end of 2022, 23 training sessions had been conducted, involving more than 350 people, across all positions and functions within the company.
The aim is to raise awareness of the challenges of sustainable development, to encourage everyone to support Cegos' commitments and to change individual practices.
Ensuring quality of life at work for all teams
Cegos takes a number of actions to ensure and constantly improve quality of life at work for its teams:
- Training and awareness-raising for directors, managers and teams on themes such as stress, sexual and moral harassment, and discrimination-related cognitive bias.
- Employee support, from recruitment to daily work life: personalised integration programme, partnership to offer emergency care for parents, free medical teleconsultation, etc.
Continuously developing the skills of each employee
Recruitment: Cegos has been awarded the “Happy Candidates” label
This independent label, awarded by Choose My Company, recognises the companies that best welcome candidates during their recruitment process. Cegos was included in this ranking in 2017, and this year was ranked 5th in the category of companies with under 1,500 employees, achieving a score of 8.32/10.
Promoting and fostering diversity and inclusion
Since 2006, Cegos has been a signatory of the Diversity Charter and is committed to respecting its principles.
In particular, all applications we receive are carefully considered irrespective of race, colour, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability.
Furthermore, Cegos is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion among economic players and has been conducting an international survey in this area for several years.
Gender equality: in France, Cegos scores 86/100 on the Professional Index
Law No. 2018-771 dated 5 September 2018 on the freedom to choose one's professional future introduces a new obligation.
Companies with over fifty employees must now measure and correct the pay gap between women and men. The Index consists of a score out of 100 points, calculated each year on the basis of four or five indicators depending on the size of the company. If the Index scores less than 75 points, the company must take corrective measures. The objective is to reduce the gap within three years or face financial penalties. Cegos' score for 2020 was 86/100.