Safran obtains « Best Places to Work » certification in Tunisia

Safran

2019/03/07 | 151 words | AEROCONTACT | CAREER
Safran obtains « Best Places to Work » certification in Tunisia © Cyril Abad / CAPA Pictures / Safran

In January 2019, the Safran Seats, Safran Cabin and Safran Aerosystems entities in Tunisia obtained the "Best places to work" certification, awarded by the "Best companies Group" institute.

This certification acknowledges companies with a motivating and good working environment.

Companies are ranked based on surveys conducted among the employees and management. Various subjects are assessed, such as management, corporate social responsibility, compensation and HR practices.

"Receiving this award is a real source of satisfaction. It acknowledges our approach and our HR policy by establishing the level of satisfaction among our employees, who voted and participated in large numbers in the survey and audits. We believe this certification will further increase our attractiveness, while strengthening our employees' sense of belonging to Safran." said Renaud Guyader, Director of the Group's entities in Tunisia.

Safran is present in Tunisia with Safran Aerosystems, Safran Cabin and Safran Seats.


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