Work-life balance

Our commitment to improving work-life balance makes a clear contribution to equal opportunity. In order to protect and reconcile work commitments with private needs, our employees can take advantage of various initiatives to promote greater flexibility such as flexible working hours, home-office, part-time work etc. 

Depending from country to country, our employees recognize the benefits provided by laws, national collective agreements and additional collective bargaining agreements such as paid absences for:

  • Marriage
  • Death of a family member
  • Maternity/paternity leave
  • Change of residence
  • Social day
  • Children’s illnesses
  • Medical examinations
  • Educational leave
  • etc.