The Cider Group is above all a sharing of values. A desire to create a favourable environment for each of our employees so that they can pass on the best of themselves to the group. We are convinced that healthy relationships contribute to the group on a daily basis. Discover the Cider Group, our values, our beliefs and our service here.
A CULTURE OF OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
“The CIDER Group is distinguished by the men and women who run it and who are fully committed to their missions. By mirror effect, the operational teams are committed to all projects on a daily basis to ensure success and customer satisfaction. Also, my team and I are committed to a dynamic policy of anticipation and support for employees in the face of change.”
Robert Acouri, Chairman of the Cider Group
OUR ACTIONS TO SUPPORT AND ANTICIPATE
- Conduct a close and quality social dialogue with all our employees by actively involving our HR Manager in this matter,
- Recruit and integrate new talent to support growth :
. by structuring the recruitment process,
. by formalising integrations with training, pairings, discovery of the company’s different sites and professions, all validated by an astonishment report.
. by supporting the youngest employees through apprenticeship or internship schemes,
- Ensuring employability and maintaining skills at their best levels :
. every year, managers report on the progress plans of their employees and a global skills development plan is thus formalised.
. at the latest every two years, employees express their wishes for training leading to a certificate and/or diploma via the Professional Interview in addition to the company’s ambitions for them
. HR ensures that each employee regularly benefits from structuring training actions
TOWARDS A ‘WELLNESS’ SOCIETY TOGETHER
“In compliance with the law and its evolution, the CIDER Group does everything possible to contribute to creating an inclusive environment that guarantees the value of individuals and their skills, regardless of their differences. Whether it is during recruitment or during career management within the Group, we actively seek to create a climate conducive to differences and respect for privacy.”
Robert Acouri, President of the Cider Group
THE CIDER GROUP IS COMMITTED TO :
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
The Cider Group signed the diversity charter in 2021, thereby committing to deploying concrete actions in favour of diversity and to communicating regularly on the subject.
- We ensure parity between men and women in our workforce and on the management committee
- We fight against sexism by raising awareness among all teams
- We maintain full pay during maternity and paternity leave
- We act for the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities by calling on adapted companies such as Cedar, for the management of our waste and Happy Coffee for our moments of conviviality (coffee, trays, meals…)
AND ENSURING THEIR EMPLOYABILITY
In the Cider Group, we take care to facilitate the integration of new employees by forming pairs and then introducing them to the different sites and professions of the company, all of which is validated by an astonishment report.
We are also keen to maintain the employability of all employees and to ensure the development of skills by offering regular training.
AND SERENE WORKPLACE
The prevention of occupational risks is at the heart of our concerns. We regularly update our occupational risk prevention document (DUERP) for all our sites.
We train our employees in gestures and postures and our managers in stress management, time and conflict management and psychosocial risks.
A WORK/LIFE BALANCE
We do everything possible to ensure that our employees feel good at work, so in the Cider Group:
- We take parenthood into account with individualised HR support for the employees concerned,
- We organise our meetings and training sessions in time slots that allow for a work/life balance
- We integrate new working methods: flex-office, teleworking.
TRADES AND SKILLS
- +204% training in 2020, compared to 2019 (despite containment)
- 100% of planned recruitments in 2020 maintained
- 9 hours of training on average in permanent contracts in 2020
- 17 people recruited on permanent contracts in 2020
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
- 50% women in our workforce, total bet
- 1 referenced supplier in 2021 working with people with disabilities (we already had 2 partners in this case)
- Signatory of the Diversity Charte
HEALTH AND SAFETY
- 28% of our employees are already trained in first aid
Only 1 work-related accident recorded in 2020, resulting in 2 days’ absence from work
- 260 hours of training since 2018 on prevention and civic aid or workplace first aid
- 1 Psychosocial Risk awareness training in 2022