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Promoting gender equality in the workplace

Maison Johanès Boubée believes that diversity in the workplace is a source of social balance and economic performance. To this end and for several years now, the company has committed to promoting real workplace equality between men and women, especially in terms of:

    • Recruitment
    • Training
    • Career advancement
    • Working conditions and work-life balance
    • Compensation
égalité homme / femme au travail

Preserving health and quality of life in the workplace

Maison Johanès Boubée strives daily to improve working conditions and prevent job-related risks. Our priorities include:

    • PURSUING AND IMPROVING the workplace health policy while promoting arduous task prevention and improving working conditions
    • AVOIDING job-related risks which can affect employees’ physical and/or psychological health
    • REDUCING the number of workplace accidents, job-related illnesses and incapacity, and ensuring  job retention
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Promoting employment of the disabled

Since 2012, Maison Johanès Boubée has committed to employing persons with disabilities. Our disabled policy initiatives focus on 5 areas, including:

    • Providing support for disabled employees
    • Ensuring job retention and career possibilities
    • Working together with ESAT (Establishment and Service for Assistance through Work) and sheltered workshops
    • Providing support to employees applying for disabled worker status
    • Communication, awareness and training initiatives on various disabilities
Label mission handicap

Developing innovative recruitment methods

Maison Johanès Boubée has adopted a recruitment approach which gives every candidate an equal chance, no matter what their profile.
In partnership with Pôle Emploi, the French unemployment office, Maison Johanès Boubée regularly employs a Recruitment Method by Simulation to recruit order pickers. Instead of being based on a CV and work experience, this method opens recruitment to a wider pool (men, women, disabled workers, seniors, etc.), enabling them to access a job for which they have a natural aptitude and receive specific training.

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