Committed to diversity and future generations
Faurecia is convinced diversity in the workforce regarding gender, place of origin, culture, educational background, experience or any other difference is a source of strength for the Group. A particular focus is placed on gender diversity, which is included as a criterion in the Group’s leadership long-term variable compensation. During the year a training program for unconscious bias was deployed and a strong emphasis was made on development plans for women. Two of Faurecia’s senior managers were recognized by Automotive News during the year as leaders in the industry.
In 2020 Faurecia signed the UN Global Women’s empowerment principles and is committed to promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment in the workplace.
% of female Managers & Professionals (M&Ps) by 2025: 30%
Safety as 1st priority
As a first foundation of the Faurecia Excellence System (FES), the Group is committed to implementing policies and active measures to anticipate and manage risks that could affect employees’ as well as contractors’ safety in their daily operations. Full compliance with HSE standards is reflected in a set of practical simple rules including the 7 Safety Fundamentals, the 13 Highly recommended Logistic Guidelines, the 10 Environmental Attitudes and the Highly Protected Risk (HPR) internal classification guideline.
Accidents per million hours worked without a day lost (FR1t) < 1.2 by 2025
Faurecia’s core businesses are undergoing a rapid transformation. The Group strives to ensure the employability of its employees throughout their working lives through learning, professional mobility and on-the-job training. This is the best guarantee for ensuring that everyone can reap the benefits of technological advances, innovation and changing work practices, whilst being prepared for change and challenges. Since talent management is a key component of employee development, Faurecia has defined an HR strategy and best practices to attract and retain people in line with business needs, while fostering the development of all talents.
Number of training hours per employee and per year by 2025: 25h
Faurecia Learning Lab:
In 2020, the drastic reduction in face-to-face training was mainly offset by Faurecia’s Learning Lab, which has become the essential training tool with more than 450 courses available in more than 20 languages. It saw an 80% increase in activity during the first lockdown in Europe.
“Top Employer Europe” label:
Following audits carried out by the Top Employer Institute, Faurecia is among the companies which were awarded the “Top Employer Europe” label for 2021, which rewards companies for the excellence of their practices in terms of management of human capital.