Legrand is convinced that a transparent and friendly work environment promotes the happiness and performance of its staff, so the company is committed to further improving well-being at work.
Well-being at work is a priority in our human resources policy
15 commitments for a better work/life balance.
In 2015, Legrand adopted a charter of 15 commitments for a better work/life balance.
This charter aims to promote a flexible and open management culture, to ensure a balance between professional life and personal life.
For example, staff are able to arrange their schedules to go and pick up their children at school. In addition, no meetings are organised before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
Listening to employees
Legrand implements various resources to ensure the well-being and satisfaction of its employees.
For example, the annual personal review includes a well-being section. Work relations are also assessed by internal audits or occasional satisfaction surveys following major organisational transformations (e.g. in Italy, Turkey, Hungary and the USA within the last 2 years).
Training to develop skills
In 2015, 82% of staff attended at least one training course. The aim being to develop employees’ skills and reinforce their commitment. Legrand also organises coaching sessions for certain employees taking on a new job, and fosters the personal development of its staff.
Reinforcing the collaborative culture
To promote a culture of sharing and communication, Legrand has put in place collaborative digital tools: Intranet, corporate social networks, webcasts, etc. These new tools make it possible to access information in real time and facilitate collective work.
In addition, theme-specific workshops enable staff working in different departments to meet up together in a convivial way.
"The quality of work life at legrand: developing an environment conducive to employees' fulfillment."
Safety and Health Manager
of staff attended at least one training course in 2015.