As an employer and member of the community, Eiffage Construction spearheads a range of initiatives aimed at promoting integration through employment, ensuring equal opportunity, encouraging diversity and supporting people with disabilities.
Eiffage Construction works closely with local and regional stakeholders and is very actively involved in promoting integration through employment and equal opportunity. Since 1993, it has been a founding member of CREPI, a regional network of companies that promote integration through employment.
The company has endorsed France's business charter for equal opportunity in education as well as the national apprenticeship charter, and welcomes a number of applicants through work-study programmes.
Eiffage Construction sees diversity as a source of innovation and progress. In 2009, the company signed an agreement with AGEFIPH—a French association that promotes employment of people with disabilities—to give a more structured framework to its disability policy. Today, it pursues its own initiatives based on five major criteria:
Since its creation in 2008, Eiffage has backed more than 250 projects spanning a range of fields:
Eiffage Construction and its use their skills to support a range of causes, such as renovating heritage buildings like the Picasso Museum and refurbishing Abbé Pierre charity shops.
Eiffage corporate purchasing policy requires compliance with a number of CSR criteria in selecting suppliers. Eiffage Construction uses ethical suppliers and actively pursues fair and respectful practices in dealings with customers.