To our employees
Working to ensure welfare at work
Altaïr’s primary mission is to ensure the safety and professional development of its employees. We strive to maintain our reputation as an elite employer and every year track our teams’ level of satisfaction via an internal company survey.
Our commitment is reflected in the care and attention we place on the safety of our employees, their skills development and their welfare at work. We have also instated and are committed to an inclusion policy.
Earn the GREAT PLACE TO WORK certification
Our commitment to ensuring welfare at work
As an employer, our mission is to support our employees and to offer them the best possible working environment to ensure they feel safe and comfortable, perform at their best level, and attract other talents who wish to join us. This spans from supplying comfortable offices and an attractive remuneration policy to providing time for social activities and societal initiatives for employees to take part in.
*The Happy Index at Work label was created by ChooseMyCompany® which ranks companies where employees declare to be happy at work.
Our commitment to young talent
Keen to further young people’s employability and education, we are expanding our traineeship offering whilst ensuring the quality of the educational support. Kindness, independence, attentiveness and empowerment are our guiding principals and our commitment to providing quality education to young people from all walks of life.
We have also played an active role in the Emergence d’Areli programme for a number of years. This programme enables young, talented students from modest
backgrounds to pursue the studies of their choice in further education (often long,
selective and expensive) on completing the French Baccalaureate at upper
secondary level. This enables them to build a future career that fulfils their potential and ambition.
Find out more: The Emergence d’Areli programme
Our commitment to gender equality
The gender equality index is a set of indicators that measures the gap between men and women in the workplace, particularly on the subject of pay. The most recent score we earned was 75/100*, which can be broken down as follows:
*reference period: 2021 – number of employees considered for the index calculation: 195
Pay gap between men and women
Pay gap increases between men and women
Salary increases after returning from maternity leave
Number of employees of the under-represented gender amongst the highest paid employees