4 CSR AND NON-FINANCIAL INFORMATION - Attracting, developing and retaining talents
NUMBERS OF EMPLOYEES COVERED BY COMPANY AGREEMENTS At Rubis Terminal, 45 collective agreements, company agreements or unilateral employer decisions were signed in 2019, covering 325 employees. 34 agreements or unilateral decisions were in place at Rubis Énergie, covering 1,676 employees.
NUMBER OF GROUP EMPLOYEES COVERED BY COMPANY AGREEMENTS
Number of agreements signed
Number of employees covered
4.3.4 INVOLVING EMPLOYEES
IN THE GROUP’S VALUE CREATION
RISKS Failure to involve employees in the Group’s value creation could impac t their commitment to work and hence the Group’s performance. For this reason, Rubis seeks to compensate active contribution by employees in the Group’s economic and financial performance, so that they benefit from this value creation, under its compensation policy and/or capital increases reserved for employees.
MEASURES TAKEN AND RESULTS Wage increases Employees receive a fixed salary as well as additional compensation based on individual performance (variable salary, bonuses). Wages are regularly reviewed based on individual performance and changes in the cost of living. Decisions on pay are, for the most part, decentralized in each operating subsidiary.
In 2019, around two-thirds of employees were given a wage increase, similar to the proportion in 2018. Non-executive and executive employees are those who benefited the most from these increases. Lastly, although the percentage of non- executive women receiving a pay raise was lower than that of non-executive men, it was higher for executives and senior Managers.
PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYEES RECEIVING A PAY RAISE 2019
Profit-sharing and incentive agreements Rubis Énergie and Rubis Terminal have, in accordance with French law, introduced profit-sharing and incentive agreements. Rubis only has an incentive agreement. In 2019, employees were able to benefit from this scheme.