The company focuses on valuing people for all they are. Together with Lifeed, they have valued their employees as caregivers, transforming it into a key pillar of their inclusion policy.
Caring for someone allows people to develop skills and attitudes that can also be applied at work, with a positive impact on people’s productivity.
With over 3,000 employees in Italy alone, Siram Veolia wants to value the lives of its employees. We speak to CEO Emanuela Trentin to see how they have chosen to use Lifeed to train them, improving synergy and the corporate climate.
A third of the corporate population is over 50, and many of them care for elderly or dependent relatives. That’s why MSD chose Lifeed to build their corporate culture, breaking down barriers between the private and professional spheres.
Danone’s innovative parental policy has allowed them to strengthen their female presence at work. This year, they’ve opened up their support initiatives, extending to all caregivers too.
Danone understands that motherhood brings added value to their company. Thanks to their innovative parental policy, today 45% of managers are female and often mothers, 100% of mothers return to work following maternity leave and the birth rate has risen to 7.8%, compared to a 4% nationally in Italy.