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Respect & protection of people and the environment

For a stimulating, creative & safe working environment

Respecting people
Respecting people
Sanofi fosters a stimulating, creative and nondiscriminatory workplace for all employees and external business partners.
Respecting people

We are committed to respecting and promoting human rights, consistent with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. We have been a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact since 2003, and we are vigilant on issues covered by the Fundamental Conventions of the International Labor Organization (including prohibition of child labor and forced labor, respect of freedom of association). We promote diversity, practice fairness and express courtesy in our interactions with individuals inside and outside Sanofi.

Sanofi is committed to:
  • Prohibiting any conduct that may negatively affect a person’s dignity.
  • Maintaining a zero tolerance for harassment and all forms of discrimination on grounds such as:
    • gender
    • gender identity
    • age
    • origin
    • religion
    • sexual orientation
    • physical appearance
    • health
    • disability
    • trade union activity
    • political opinions
    • nationality
    • family situation.
  • Supporting equal opportunity for each employee or job applicant in recruitment, training access, compensation, welfare, internal mobility and career development. Skills, experience and personal aptitude are the only factors we consider.
  • Promoting diversity, as we believe the distinct identities of our people and external business partners are a source of strength and a key ingredient of our success.
  • We expect that our external business partners adhere to the fundamental principles of the International Labor Organization, especially those relating to child labor, forced labor, working hours, pay, freedom of association and nondiscrimination.