Collaboration brings us together
We believe collaboration brings success. So, it’s our responsibility to help all our employees to collaborate in the best way possible.
Our goals empower our people
Kering’s goal is to be the preferred employer in the Luxury sector, with empowered, motivated employees…
Our new code of ethics
Kering’s ethical principles apply to everyone within the Group and reflect the Group’s strong convictions …
Help is just a call away
Any issues that arise that conflict with our Code of Ethics can be reported directly or by means of an ethics hotline…
A work-life balance is what we all strive for, that’s why we’re fostering work-life balance via Group-wide policies for all employees that promotes well-being at work and equality for all.
We’ve been adopting initiatives designed to achieve continuous improvements in the quality of work-life. We’re focusing on developing a working environment and working relationships that ensure well-being at work, in order to promote the development of all employees and contribute to the welfare of all our employees.
Advocating Diversity & Gender Parity
Diversity and equal opportunity are key to Kering’s culture. That’s why we offer all our employees a working environment…
Up-Skilling & Empowering Women For Opportunities
We’ve been encouraging female talent for many years now.
Our ambition is to become an exemplary Luxury industry employer. We strive to offer a stimulating and caring work environment for all our employees. Workplace well-being and social benefits programs, as well as three internal global campaigns in 2017 – employee referral hiring, internal mobility and parent-friendly policies – further strengthened employee engagement. Talent development is a core managerial principle and a corporate culture guideline; we encourage our employees to realize their full potential and creativity. In January 2019 we launched the “Kering People Survey” to engage in a global dialogue with our 35,000 employees. We were pleased to see that the survey had an 82% participation rate in 46 countries.
We believe that luxury can have a significant contribution to creating a more sustainable world. Furthermore, we know that embedding sustainability is a responsibility and an opportunity for us to reinvent our business and the Luxury sector.
We also know that our social and environmental duties go way beyond our own operations and extend across our supply chain. Added to this, we also believe that sustainability can only exist within an ethical framework. That’s why we will continue to lead through responsibility, accountability and transparency in order to catalyze transformational change.
We’ve set up programs with our suppliers and also for women empowerment in our supply chain, and promoted traditional craftsmanship. We’ve also focused on areas where we can significantly influence change. Here we’ve championed the well-being of models and promoted education around sustainability, as examples.
Supply chain audits are essential to ensure compliance with Kering’s high social and environmental standards…
Operating in the Luxury market means our supply chains are structured in a very specific way.
Empowering Women In Our Supply Chain Regions
We developed the first-ever report on Gender in Luxury supply chains in which 189 Tier 1 suppliers engaged…
Supporting Model Well-Being & Craftsmanship
In September 2017, Kering and LVMH published a charter on the working relations and well-being of models.
Re-Skilling & Up-Skilling For The Future
We’ve been driving change through education with a number of initiatives and here are just a few examples.
Collaborating & Raising Awareness For Critical Mass Adoption
Our industry has a deep impact on climate change and biodiversity degradation. We recognize not just our responsibility here…