CSR biodiversity

Our CSR policy

SQLI places a high priority on corporate social responsibility. It manifests itself in our responsibilities to our employees as well as to everyone else in our ecosystem.

Our social commitment

SQLI's social commitment focuses on a variety of themes related to human resources, recruitment, and health. One of the cornerstones of our HR and CSR strategy is equal opportunity in the broadest sense. 

The Covid-19 health crisis dominated the year 2020. Despite the exceptional scenario, SQLI swiftly implemented a particular action plan to protect employees' health and ensure the best working and welfare conditions. 

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  • 3,53 /5 Happy Trainees rating
  • 89 /100 Gender equality index
  • Top 25 of the highest ranked companies by Ecovadis
  • 72 /100 A steadily improving Gaïa rating

When it comes to recruitment, career advancement, and professional training, SQLI has diversity written into its DNA and takes great effort to carry out its operations in accordance with non-discrimination principles.
At SQLI, you may learn more about diversity and equal opportunity.

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Every year, around 200 trainees, work placement students, and professionals on professional training contracts join SQLI to be trained for their future responsibilities. We are dedicated to assisting them from the beginning of their careers. In developing their skills! We have a specific e-learning platform, for example, which expands the choice of internal and external training alternatives.

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In addition to making use of the ESAT (Etablissements de Service et d’Aide par le Travail) and EA (Entreprises Adaptées) for services and the procurement of supplies, SQLI has a long-term cooperation with Talentéo, an inclusive digital media company, and has participated in the SEEPH (European Week for the Employment of People with Disabilities) since 2019. Learn more about SQLI's disability-related initiatives.

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The enormous health crisis has flipped our working techniques on their heads and continues to do so. While waiting for a gradual return to normal after the Covid-19 crisis, SQLI established a dedicated working structure and a communications plan. Learn more about the Covid-19-related measures.

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  • 2 Cyber World Clean Up Days
  • 80k Bees sponsored
  • 300 Trees planted

Our environmental commitment

Every year, SQLI expands its "green" initiatives, such as a travel reduction strategy, free reusable bottles and cups for staff, reduced printing, and selecting suppliers who provide "fair" products and conduct. SQLI also collaborates with associations to conduct internal awareness initiatives. 

SQLI prefers HQE certified buildings for the establishment or relocation of its branches, just as it does for its headquarters and many of its branches. These structures allow for effective management of resources, particularly water and power, as well as garbage sorting and material recycling. 

Every act in favor of the environment is significant. SQLI has participated in Cyber World Cleanup Day as a digital stakeholder. Since 2020, an event has been held to bring the Group's employees together to learn ways to reduce our everyday data consumption. 

SQLI has planted 300 trees on a Moroccan agroforestry site with the help of Reforest'Action. This initiative is part of an economic and social program that intends to give local communities with support for self-sufficiency, economic development, and food security, in addition to CO2 storage and generation. 

SQLI has funded 80,000 bees in the Toulouse and Ile de France regions [link to the Un toit pour les abeilles page] gather nectar from the safety of two hives supported by Un toit pour les abeilles. Bees are important biodiversity friends because they aid in pollination and, as a result, in the reproduction of more than 80% of plant species and the production of more than 34% of the world's crops (fruit, vegetables, etc.)