Employees who feel that their work provides them with a sense of personal accomplishment
Employees who believe they have a good work/life balance
Employees who endorse the company as an excellent employer
Provide a healthy, flexible and innovative working environment that promotes the well-being of employees
- We recognise that our people are a differentiating factor in the marketplace and that the development, recognition and reward of results are essential to maintaining an engaged and efficient workforce.
- Engaged employees are more productive, passionate and inspired to innovate and deliver beyond standard performance.
- We are committed to maintaining working conditions that take into account the health, safety and well-being of our employees.
- Develop flexible working arrangements as a key factor in the commitment and well-being of our employees (remote working, flex-office)
Fire Safety Training (Headquarters 2018)
Quality of Life at Work
As an employer, we ensure the well-being of our employees through our HR, social and environmental policies. To this end, a survey is conducted among all our employees on topics related to quality of life at work.
The latest results reveal that at BNP Paribas Real Estate, 74% of respondents believe that their work gives them a sense of personal achievement, and 71% generally manage to find a balance between their professional and private lives.
Furthermore, as a European commercial real estate player, we apply these same convictions to our clients in the buildings we build and manage. We are convinced that an office building that integrates comfort, quality materials and associated services has a direct impact on the well-being of its occupants. BNP Paribas Real Estate is currently carrying out a study on the intangible value of an office building in partnership with nine other real estate players.
The aim is to qualify and quantify the influence of layout, access to biodiversity, architecture or art that is integrated into the building on the comfort and productivity of these occupants. In order to do this, the survey examines in particular the impact of the services offered, the layout, access to biodiversity and the architecture and art that is integrated into the building. The deliverable will provide the entire real estate industry with a shared economic model.
BNP Paribas has signed an agreement with UNI Global Union on seven subjects relating to fundamental rights at work and the establishment of a global social framework.
The agreement applies to the 200,000 Group employees in 73 countries, including all BNP Paribas Real Estate staff.