Equal Opportunity

Electricity is broadly the same wherever in the world it is produced. But the people who produce it for ENGIE consist of multiple backgrounds and nationalities.

We believe in fairness and equal opportunities for all our employees and potential employees, both from a sense of social responsibility and because it makes sound business sense to benefit from the wide-ranging knowledge and experience of individuals in all sectors of society.

This commitment means that decisions to appoint, reward, train, develop and promote are taken purely on the basis of skills and abilities, as matched against the requirements of the job. The continued application of this policy will ensure that ENGIE is staffed by those of the highest competence to lead the business forward. This approach extends itself to the fair treatment of people with disabilities.