Our social commitments
Standing with our employees
In 2019, Albioma began the rollout of a Group-wide code of ethics. This document, applicable to all employees and partners, establishes a baseline for responsible business dealings and an exemplary business culture that cherishes equal opportunities, parity and training as contributory factors in the Group’s strong performance.
Upholding equal opportunities
The energy sector remains a male-dominated industry. To reverse this trend, Albioma operates a proactive recruitment policy to increase the proportion of women. The Group is also committed to gender-transparent employee recognition and career advancement. This policy is bearing fruit, as reflected by the equal pay rating, for which Albioma scored 75/100.
Score of 78/100
on the equal pay scale that compares male and female Albioma employees
Supporting career development
At Albioma, we recognise our employees’ crucial role in our success, and make it a point of honour to help them develop their skills. For a number of years, we have maintained a target of providing an average of 35 hours of training per year to each employee.
Similarly, we spare no effort to safeguard their health and safety at work. To this end, we produced and are executing a Safety Master Plan for the period 2018-2023. This plan is based on six commitments, in respect of which priorities are set each year, with the aim of keeping all our employees safe and well.
Six safety commitments:
- Increase and standardise our requirements
- Strengthen commitment by our managers
- Encourage involvement by all workers
- Involve and coordinate our subcontractors
- Acknowledge and promote our efforts and results
- 6Learn from and capitalise on mistakes and shortcomings
Safety day at Albioma Le Gol
The Le Gol plant on Reunion Island held its first “safety day” event in 2019, promoting awareness about everyday hazards and organising fun team-building activities.