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EDF | IndustriALL

02.07.2018

The global agreement exists thanks to the commitment of all negotiating parties. It is the result of a collaborative negotiation process involving 11 national union federations for companies within the EDF Group and global union federations, IndustriALL Global Union and PSI. The 13 federations are signatories to the agreement which encompasses a number of significant and innovative commitments to social responsibility.

http://www.industriall-union.org/

The responsibilities include:

  • fiscal transparency
  • protection for whistle blowers
  • combating corruption and fraud
  • combating violence and harassment in the workplace
  • the duty of vigilance when it comes to subcontractors and suppliers
  • equality between women and men; and combating discrimination related to sexual orientation

More generally, this agreement promotes human rights, diversity, health and safety, skills development and social protection for the company’s employees and subcontractors wherever the Group is based as well as the principle of a just transition towards environmentally sustainable economies for all.

This new Group agreement replaces a previous agreement on social and environmental responsibility signed by EDF in 2005 and renewed in 2009. The purpose of this new text is to incorporate new social requirements for employees and support EDF’s international development in keeping with the company’s public service values. It complements the 6 corporate responsibility targets set by EDF in favour of the energy transition and the Group’s Cap 2030 strategy. Implementation of the agreement will be overseen by an international supervisory committee.

Facts on EDF GFA

Agreement signed: 29 May 2018

Home country union: FCE-CFDT, France

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