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In the face of Covid-19, ENGIE accelerates implementation of the first pillars of its future social protection program

Faced with the ‘unprecedented consequences of the Covid-19 health crisis’, the energy company sought to accelerate the implementation of two of its ENGIE CARE minimum social protection programme pillars. ENGIE CARE will be included in the future global CSR agreement currently under negotiation with the international trade union federations. The Group program will cover hospitalization costs in full for Covid-19 and at least 75% for other conditions as well as life insurance equivalent to 12 months of gross salary. These guarantees have been recorded ‘in a joint declaration’ with IndustriALL Global Union, Public Services International (PSI), and Building and Wood Worker's International (BWI). This announcement made on 29 April is accompanied by another focusing on the reduction of executive compensation and a further announcement of support for small and very small companies within its supply network.

Through . Published on 29 April 2020 à 14h30 - Update on 29 April 2020 à 16h34

The Group is currently negotiating a new global CSR agreement that ‘will include a commitment to guarantee 177,000 employees minimum social protection cover for parenthood, health, disability and death globally, that will be implemented through the ENGIE CARE program,’ the joint statement said. Current conditions have prompted the Group to implement part of the planned protection pillar immediately.…

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