In today’s rapidly evolving banking industry, our success lies with our 138,000 dedicated employees working all around the world.
Making sure that our teams are diverse, enjoy quality working conditions and are fulfilled in their careers is a key factor in encouraging employee engagement.
Societe Generale is committed to five top priorities:
We promote your employability by giving you all the tools you need to develop your career with our Group not only through internal mobility, but also through upskilling thanks to our training offers.
Our goal is to provide you with rewarding career development opportunities in a wide variety of professions.
At Societe Generale, diversity and inclusion are not just legal obligations. They are strategic objectives for both the present and the future.
We are determined to be an inclusive company, enriched by diversity, where each employee feels genuinely appreciated.
As an employer, we guarantee equal opportunities for all and are proud to draw on our diversity as a source of strength for our company. The Group is committed to recognising and promoting all its talented resources, no matter what their beliefs, age, disabilities, family relationships, ethnic origin, nationality, sexual or gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliations, religious beliefs, ties with unions or minority organisations, or any other characteristic that might expose them to discrimination of any kind.
It is important for us to:
In France, India, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, New York and London, we have created working environments that promote collaboration and stimulate innovation. From our creativity-inspiring workspaces to our break areas to our Flex Office layouts... we have pulled out all the stops to foster productive teamwork. Whether you are joining us for a few months or several years, telework is an option available to everyone seeking an effective work-life balance. We are also thinking of ways to offer telework options to staff members working at the branches. We can also work together to develop your professional network. Internal networks, expert communities and lunchtime conferences are just a few ways to tap into the goldmine of information at your disposal.