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Sustainable development brings value to all of our stakeholders
Understanding expectations through dialogue in order to provide the highest level of satisfaction – this is Technip’s commitment. It can be seen everyday in all of our activities and in our relations with all of our stakeholders
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|Driven by its determination to be close to its clients across the globe, Technip has grown to be a multinational corporation which draws strength from the highly diverse cultures of the 48 countries where it operates. 105 nationalities are currently represented in the Group’s workforce and 9 Group entities have staff from at least 20 different countries. |
Technip strives to attract, develop and retain talent in order to be able to fill the majority of positions internally, up to the highest levels of management. Capitalizing on all of the best practices identified within the Group entities, we are pursuing an international approach to talent development and knowledge management that is supported through common tools such as the Human Resources Without Borders (HRWB) program, Technip University and the Project Management Academy.
The quality of our human resources policies and working conditions allowed us to receive several distinctions. These included Top Employers Europe 2012 award (from CFR Institute) in 9 countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom), the 2012 Subsea Company of the Year in the United Kingdom and the 2011 Healthy Working Lives Gold standard status in Scotland.
Technip Social Charter
2011 Social Indicators
|Our policy is to establish a sustainable presence wherever we conduct business and stay for the long-term. From on-site hiring (84.4% of all our staff is local) and transfer of skills to the development of assets in the developing countries and the choice of local suppliers, we assist clients in their local development policies and our projects act as drivers for local economies. |
Respecting cultures and improving the living conditions of local populations are also priorities. Across the globe, we invest in humanitarian causes, and in particular, disaster relief, children’s causes and combating inequality. In 2011, we have launched initiatives in favor of local communities in 32 countries.
|In terms of economic responsibility, Technip’s primary concern is to execute projects in a profitable manner to ensure its own growth and the employment of its workforce but also to meet the expectations of its external economic partners. Sharing profitability with shareholders, delivering quality installations to clients at optimized cost, providing market opportunities to equipment suppliers and construction sub-contractors while including them in our sustainable development approach, these are all daily priorities.|