Lead by its mission of general interest, the Caisse des Dépôts Group engages into putting women and men at the center of the institution..
A Human Resources policy dedicated to the Group’s employees
Respect for the individual is one of the main lines of the Group’s Human Resources policy. As to build enthusiasm and professionalism among its employees, the Group watches over both of their personal and professional development. It has also made of individual recognition a priority, so as to capitalise and develop each employee’s potential.
Furthermore, the Caisse des Dépôts’ Public Establishment is developing stress prevention programmes as well as individualised psychological guidance. It also invests in developing its teleworking option, and access to childcare and rental housing facilities.
Continuing education, tutoring and long-career management are at the heart of our concerns.
A socially responsible Human Resources policy
A socially tuned in company
Since 2009 a company barometer was set up at the level of the Caisse des Dépôts group as a whole. This periodic barometer allows factors linked to employee’s satisfaction and dissatisfaction to be identified, as well as their main expectations. The Group is thus continually listening to its body of personnel and can adapt its HR policy in accordance with what it learns from the survey.
Disability and diversity
Conscious of its social responsibility and guided by a sense of general interest, the Caisse des Dépôts group is committed to encouraging diversity and promoting the employment of disabled people.
Working relations and conditions
The Caisse des Dépôts group conjugates the strengths of the public and private sectors. It is as such a unique model in France. It operates many projects on the whole territory and in more than 80 countries. The human resources policy integrates the diversity of the expertises of the Group. It considers the entrusted missions and the perspectives of evolution in the long term . Our plus poin: offering to our employees a bacground which gives sense to their job, allowing them to bring to the Group this supplement of soul which makes the difference, their sense of serving, the public interest and the exemplary nature which it requires.