CSR strategy

Bolloré Group's CSR strategy

This CSR approach is based, in the 130 countries where the Group operates, on four strategic drivers and on commitments broken down at an operational level:

Acting responsibly and promoting human rights in our businesses
  – Establishing a framework to ensure that our business dealings are ethical;
  – Promoting human rights in our activities.

• Innovating in response to major economic and environmental change
  – Innovating and anticipating digital transformations;
  – Being a committed player in the energy transition in the course of our business;
  – Controlling our environmental footprint;

The company's greatest strength, its men and women
 – Attracting and retaining talented employees;
 – Developing employees' skills

Taking action for regional development
 


Presentation of Global Compact and 10 principles

The Bolloré Group has adhered to the Global Compact since 2003, and each year publishes a “best practice” on the dedicated Internet site.

The Secretary-General Kofi Annan urged business July 26, 2000 to support and enact within their sphere of influence 10 fundamental principles in the areas of human, environmental standards and the fight against corruption. These principles are:

Human rights:

  • Promote and respect the human rights,
  • Do not be complicit in human rights abuses

Labour standards:

  • Respect freedom of association and the effective recogntion of the right to collective bargaining,
  • Eliminate all forms or foreced or compulsory,
  • Abolish child labor,
  • Eliminate discrimination in emplyment and occupation.

Environment:

  • Apply the precautionary approach to environmental challenges,
  • Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility,
  • Promote the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.

Anti-Corruption

  • Taking action against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribes.