SUEZ and the European Union Federations sign a European agreement to strengthen professional equality
As such, SUEZ will adapt all of its businesses to make them accessible to both women and men. The agreement also provides for actions to deconstruct stereotypes and zero tolerance for sexual harassment. It will apply to all European Business Units. Outside of Europe, the group will encourage its entities to voluntarily apply the principles of this agreement.
SUEZ and its European social partners EPSU and IndustriAll Europe, which represent SUEZ employees, are reaffirming their commitment to promoting professional equality between all employees. Professional equality contributes to the group’s economic and social performance, cohesion and changing attitudes in civil society. This is why the group has decided to invite all its business units around the world, outside Europe, to apply the provisions of the agreement to their human resources policies.