Our HR policy |
The main priorities of our HR policy
Valérie ARTAUD, HR MANAGER
PHILAGRO’s employees are the driving force behind its success. We do our utmost to create a pleasant everyday working environment for our employees and foster their personal and professional development.
Our medium and long-term vision is grounded on well-defined values in line with those of our Japanese shareholders:
Respect for people
Attention to people
Employee engagement and empowerment
We expect our employees to embrace change with the agility and adaptability necessary to meet the main challenges posed by the constant, rapid changes in our environment (customers, competition and solutions). Our future hinges on our ability to equip each and every employee to adjust to new contexts. This ability to come to grips with change and incorporate it into our everyday operating methods while maintaining a certain quality of life at work is the major challenge we face.
We accordingly channel substantial resources into Human Resources, such as:
Induction courses for newcomers
Training programmes to maintain and develop in-house skills
Annual individual interviews to address the career aspirations of each of our employees
CSR, an enduring commitment
PHILAGRO deploys its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy through a variety of activities.
Sumitomo Chemical AgroSolutions Division EMEA and Philagro France are committed to equal pay between women and men through the Sustainable Development Goal n°5 (SDG) : Gender Equality.
In application of the French law « Avenir Professionnel » of the 5th of September 2018, French companies are required to publish their gender equality index in order to reduce gender gaps within the company, particularly in terms of remuneration.
For Sumitomo Chemical AgroSolutions EMEA Division and Philagro France, the score obtained is : 81/100.
This tool is measured on the basis of 4 indicators, and has the following objectives :
- – Remove the salary gaps between women and men,
- – Give an equal opportunity to have a salary increase as a woman or as a man,
- – Ensure that women on maternity leave have had a salary increase upon their return to work,
- – The presence of at least 4 women or men in the 10 highest paid positions in the company.