Mobility: a socially responsible company
Thinking about mobility in the future, working to ensure equal opportunities... These are just a few of the commitments that make Mobility a socially responsible company.
Innovation and Perspectives Committee: thinking about mobility in the future
In 2014, Mobility set up an Innovation and Perspectives Committee. This think tank brings together engineers and staff from the support functions, all of whom are committed to the Mobility of the future.
By fostering a competitive spirit between the staff members, the Innovation and Perspectives Committee develops new methodologies and ways of thinking that colour all of our projects.
Mobility teams up with Electricians Without Borders
In December 2016, Mobility is teaming up with Electricians Without Borders for the Lumignons du Cœur (candles from the heart) event at Lyon’s festival of light. Mobility is offering one candle for each of its staff members, as well as 5,000 lights to illuminate the fresco created during the festival.
In 2017, Mobility's staff continue to demonstrate the company's commitment, with the proceeds of their participation in the Course des Héros run, on 18 June, going to the NGO:
Vinci Foundation for the Community: Mobility sponsors
As part of its Cité Solidaire programme, the Vinci Foundation for the Community supports 11 associations working to help the inhabitants of Lyon's most troubled neighbourhoods.
The Foundation put out a call for sponsors, and a number of Mobility employees stepped forward. Vinci provides the associations with material support, while the sponsors contribute their skills to the project.
Mobility, playing a role in professional integration
Since 2013, young people in professional integration programmes have been learning a trade with Mobility's worksite teams. Alternating theoretical training and practical application on worksites, these young people are a dynamic addition to our workforce.
This voluntary programme is run in partnership with GEIQ 42 (group of employers for integration and qualifications in the Loire department) and enables us to integrate into our company young people facing difficult situations, by offering them a career path suited to their abilities and the company's needs.
Mobility was also involved in establishing the “Créateurs d’emplois” label in the French public works and construction sector.
At Mobility, 18% of our executives and 38% of our white-collar workers are women. In 2015, 56% of new recruits (excluding blue-collar workers) were women (23.4% for all professional categories combined). The proportion of women on the Management Committee is over 20%: in 2015, it stood at 36%.
Ethics and charter for relations with subcontractors
Through its charter for relations with subcontractors, Vinci underlines the importance of fair dealings with its subcontractors and suppliers. Accordingly, Mobility makes six fundamental commitments and takes care to ensure that they are applied.
- Comparable safety conditions for our staff and subcontractors alike
- Fair business relations
- Fair call for tender procedures
- Transparency in business dealings
- Cooperation with local businesses
- Respect for Vinci's values.