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TOP EMPLOYER GLOBAL 2022

TOP EMPLOYER GLOBAL 2022

Saint-Gobain has been certified as a "Top Employer Global" for the seventh consecutive year. Among the 20 criteria analyzed by the Top Employers Institute*, Saint-Gobain made significant progress this year on 17 of them, with 12 criteria showing an increase of 2% or more.

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TOP 5 CRITERIA THAT HAVE EVOLVED

  1. Employer Brand (+6,11 %)
  2. Engagement of employees (+4,52 %)
  3. Work Environment (+4,43 %)
  4. Talent Acquisition (+4,37 %)
  5. Off-boarding (+4,09 %)

The criteria that set us above other companies are those that bring our employees together and create a sense of belonging within the organization: the Values criterion and the Ethics & Integrity criterion.

The criteria highlighting the Group's tenacity in exploring and evolving its global strategies as an employer of choice are also commended: the Business Strategy, Leadership, and People Strategy criteria.

Top Employer 2022 Badge

WHAT IS TOP EMPLOYER?

The Top Employer label rewards the best global companies by examining aspects including the organization’s HR and career development processes in each of its countries. It is a label awarded locally by country, then by region, and finally, by accumulation, at a global level.

The Top 2022 Top Employer Global label was awarded to Saint-Gobain thanks to the company's 38 countries that have currently been certified:

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United

DETAILS OF THE TOP EMPLOYER CERTIFICATION

*The examination by the Top Employers Institute is based on a questionnaire for each country, covering more than 400 practices relating to working conditions, which are audited and then validated. These HR practices are grouped into 6 separate categories: Steer and Shape (these two domains explore the overarching strategies from the employer’s perspective), Attract, Develop and Engage (these three domains cover the employee journey), and finally, Unite (captures the topics that bring employees together and create a sense of belonging with the organization). *Worldwide Data