Natixis has been certified for the first time as one of the Top Employers France 2017 for the quality of its Human Resources policy.
Awarded by The Top Employers Institute, this label symbolizes the quality of HR policies and recognizes Natixis as an employer of choice that strives to create a positive work environment and fosters the development of its employees’ talents.
This certification underscores Natixis' ability to:
- Offer attractive career plans by implementing an active career and job mobility policy, a dynamic training offer open to new learning methods – such as the MOOC “Digit’All” and English App, etc. – and providing solid talent management solutions such as leadership development programs, the Graduate Program and in-house university courses, etc.
- Develop Quality of Life at Work by introducing the “Work & Life at Natixis” initiative in 2016 as well as a raft of other measures to help employees strike a satisfactory balance between their work and private lives, including teleworking.
- Make the corporate culture a shared asset, which is evidenced by the strong employee commitment rate that advanced to 70% in the 2016 internal Opinions survey. The same survey revealed that 79% of employees were proud to work at Natixis.
“This distinction is important for Natixis. The Top Employer certification highlights the ongoing work we do every day with managers to develop an outstanding HR policy that meets company performance requirements and enhances our employees’ career development. We plan to capitalize on it to build an even stronger, more innovative and rewarding employee experience,” commented Anne Lebel, Chief Human Resources Officer.
The Top Employers Institute awards the label to a circle of best employers certified in 110 countries after completing an independent audit and survey of the company’s HR solutions and practices. The following dimensions are assessed: the company’s career and talent management solutions, training, working conditions, employee commitment, company benefits, in addition to others. Finally, the valuation results are audited by Grant Thornton, an independent auditing group.