Our HR strategy

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  • 8 April 202123 February 2022

In addition to professional skills and knowledge, the DOMITYS Group employees share the soft skills that make a difference. This culture of listening and caring is the heart and soul of our residences.

A culture of listening and caring

Each resident should feel understood, supported and listened to. All whilst maintaining total respect for independence and privacy, since an apartment in a senior serviced residence is a home like any other.

People and a sense of service are at the heart of our business. All staff at a residence thus complete dedicated training enabling them to grasp the specific features of our lines of business (first aid, welfare, end of life care etc.).

0
%

of employees are
satisfied working within
the Group

0
%

of employees would
recommend working for
DOMITYS to others

0
%

of employees earn above
the minimum wage

Advanced age and autonomy

Our lines of business make sense

In this manifesto, DOMITYS shares its vision for advanced age lines of business and details its activity in the field of human resources focusing on one objective, to enable the majority of seniors to continue making plans for the future.

Coaching, training and mobility

Training is an essential part of our HR strategy. Most notably, our training development has recently resulted in the creation of a Director of Training, the development of l’École DOMITYS, the support of regional training centres and the individualisation and digitalisation of training courses.

In order to promote the employment of young graduates, the DOMITYS Group has also created a space for future executive assistants of living facilities to train, over several months. Our growth has allowed us to enhance our mobility and career management policy.

At least
0

training courses followed
per year, per employee

+
0

Trainees trained by
DOMITYS Campus

Almost
0
%

of the wage bill invested
in training

Inclusion as a performance driver

ÆGIDE has signed the Agefiph agreement and is working to promote the employment and training of people with disabilities, while at the same time making its employees aware of their inclusion. On the occasion of the European Week for the Employment of People with Disabilities (EWPD), ÆGIDE proposed a game to discover innovations in the service of the disabled, from Antiquity to the present day. The residences also opened their doors, during a Duo Day, to people with disabilities to help them discover the concept and the professions of the senior services residence.

0
%

of people with disabilities
of disabled people in the total
workforce is our goal

0
%

of ÆGIDE’s staff
are women (2020)

0
/100

score in the professional
equality index

Always more professional equality

In 2021, the Group signed a new gender equality agreement with employee representatives. Among the new measures put in place:

  • Training in non-discrimination and gender equality for employees who are recruiting
  • A career development program for female employees wishing to be accompanied towards positions of high responsibility
  • 100% salary continuation without ceiling in the event of maternity leave
  • Awareness of good practices for respecting work/life balance.

Promoting well-being at work

Quality of life in the workplace is an important issue for the Group, which is committed to taking care of both employees and senior residents. The prevention of musculoskeletal disorders, for example, is particularly encouraged. ÆGIDE is raising awareness among the teams in the residences and in the offices about the right gestures and postures. In association with Happy Workers, it also offers employees moments of relaxation and well-being through seated massage.