Covéa participates to several school forums
Eurapco Day, an opportunity to share between European insurers
For more than 15 years, Covéa has been a member of Eurapco. It is an alliance between 8 independent European mutual insurance groups. Among others, its purposes are to facilitate exchange between its members, sharing for good practices, to strengthen their positions and improve their performance in their local markets.
This resulted, in particular, by Eurapco Day on 16 September 2018. 15 working groups from all the insurance area discussed various themes, like for example, climate risks cover in the reinsurance field, digitalization of customer itinerary and homecare for the seniors.
More broadly, our Eurapco partnership enables employees to:
- attend thematic groups;
- participate in training programs;
- achieve international exchanges, allowing employees to learn practices of one of Eurapco members companies.
“Cov&elles”, Covéa’s women's network
Covéa launched the “Cov&elles” network to promote women’s career paths at Covéa, encourage gender equality at all hierarchical levels and support the development of a mixed governance structure.
“Cov&elles” reflects Covéa’s commitment to bring about behavioural changes, promote female leadership and, in doing so, continue its efforts to promote equal opportunity.
Véronique Jolly, Director of Career and Skills Development: “This network also contributes to the Group’s innovativeness, performance and strength and is part of a transformation process.”
Covéa signs the parenthood charter
The aim of this charter is to offer employees who are parents a work environment that allows them to achieve a better balance between their working life and their family life. The aim of this charter is to offer employees who are parents a work environment that allows them to achieve a better balance between their working life and their family life.
In signing this charter, the Group made three commitments:
- boost parenthood-related representation within the company,
- create a favourable environment for working parents, particularly for pregnant women,
- respect the principle of non-discrimination in the professional development of working parents.
The Parenthood Charter – key figures: 560 employers, 30,000 establishments, 5 million employees, i.e. 15% of the working population.
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