For a greener, more fluid and more inclusive city
As a stakeholder in urban life, our responsibility is to act as closely as possible to the expectations of territories and users. Mankind, urbanites, our customers and our employees are at the heart of our CSR policy for a greener, more fluid and more inclusive city. More efficient, as well. Innovation and our collaborative approach are the way to get there.
This commitment extends to our internal policy. We promote professional equality and fight discrimination.
This is how we intend to build the City of Tomorrow.
Our CSR approach
Our CSR policy is based on 4 pillars. We mobilize all of our stakeholders to carry out our actions.
A priority: Professional equality
We actively promote diversity and equal opportunity. Both social and societal, our human resources policy is shared and led by all of our employees. A team spirit which allows everyone to mobilize all the while developing their skills.
Innovation at the heart of our commitments
For us, innovation, is knowing how to anticipate our customers’ and users’ changing expectations, all the while addressing environmental issues.
Our ambition: to constantly update our value propositions, for occupant wellbeing, to enhance spaces and personalize services.
Our support actions
We are committed to the environment and to disability by providing them with concrete support through our dedicated Foundation. Thus, with our staff, we build a culture of solidarity and environmental awareness.
Artistic creation is just as critical, as it is essential to wellbeing and gives meaning to our projects. We actively support yesterday’s and today's artistic heritage.
The Gecina Foundation
We rely on our employees’ involvement to support actions in favor of the environment and the improvement of living conditions of persons with disabilities.
We have long been supporting artistic creation by acquiring works and promoting existing works. We are one of the founding members of the "One building, one work of art" program, developed by the Ministry of Culture. This ensures that as many people as possible have the ability to live or work in contact with a work of art.