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The Diversity Charter at Synethique

SYNETHIQUE Group undertakes social responsibility and the fight against discrimination.

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Signed by Gérard Dubois, Managing Director of Groupe SYNETHIQUE, this charter is to develop a culture of diversity, respecting individual differences and recognizing multiple pathways, cultures and perspectives of each.
This policy is a factor in individual and collective enrichment, creating value for SYNETHIQUE, aswell as for the business world and human society as a whole.

The Diversity Charter adopted by SYNETHIQUE intends to demonstrate our sustainable commitment, wherever we operate and where we act in favor of pluralism and cultural and social diversity.

Through this charter, we are committed to the following principles :

  • Witnessing to all our employees and external stakeholders of our sensibility and commitment to diversity

  • Educate and train managers, HR partners of our corporate clients, to issues around diversity...

  • Inform our partners and customers of the implementation of this commitment through regular dialogue.

Through this charter, each of us agrees to not discriminate on the following criteria :

 

  • Origin (social or geographical)
  • Sex
  • morals
  • Sexual orientation
  • Age
  • Family situation
  • Membership or not, real or supposed, of an ethnic group, nation, community, race or religion
  • Politics
  • Religious beliefs
  • Union or mutual activities
  • Surname
  • Physical appearance
  • Health
  • Genetic characteristics
  • Disability

The content of this charter is to be understood, applied and respected by all !
It is through our individual and collective commitment that we will help build a better world !

 

The Diversity Charter, what is it ?

The Charter of Diversity in the business world is a moral commitment that encourages signatory companies to ensure the promotion and respect of diversity within their workforce. By signing the companies are committed to fight against all forms of discrimination and to develop an approach to diversity.
This charter has a moral rather than legal value, but this charter states important principles of French law, reminds they are mandatory, reminds the principle of equality against the law, the respect for human dignity and the prohibition of certain discrimination.

The origin of the Diversity Charter in France

The idea of the Diversity Charter was launched in January 2004 in a report published by the Institut Montaigne "The Forgotten equal opportunities", co-written by Laurence Sabeg and Méhaignerie. The Charter was then proposed by Claude Bébéar and Sabeg the 22 October 2004 to 33 large and medium companies that will become the first signatories. In September 2009 the number of signatories was over 2500.

 

Supports

This charter is supported by major employers' organizations, many corporate networks and public agencies, including :

  • l'Assemblée des chambres françaises de commerce et d'industrie (ACFCI)
  • l'Agence Nationale pour la Cohésion Sociale et l'Egalité des chances (ACSé)
  • l'Association Nationale des Directeurs des Ressources Humaines (ANDRH)
  • le réseau Alliances
  • l'assemblée permanente des Chambres de Métiers et de l'Artisanat (APCM)
  • la Fondation Agir contre l'exclusion (FACE)
  • la Fédération nationale des CREPI
  • la Haute autorité de lutte contre les discriminations et pour l'égalité (HALDE)
  • l'IMS-Entreprendre pour la Cité
  • l'Institut de l'entreprise
  • la CGPME
  • le MEDEF
  • l'UPA
  • A Compétence Egale