This commitment takes several forms:
All Group employees also have the option of suggesting to Mécénat Servier a partnership on a specific project with an association of which they are members.
*In France, since October 2019, L'ARRONDI sur salaire [rounding down salary] also allows employees to make a micro-donation to a partner association.
Skills-based sponsorship allows Servier employees to be involved in associations during their working hours. Subsidiaries and sites are free to organize themselves to allocate time to their teams.
In France, employees can each give four days per year (two days offered by the company, two days set by the employee)*.
*Permanent and fixed-term employees with a contract greater than or equal to 1 year,
based in France, are eligible for this scheme (except interns, apprentices, expatriates, service providers, and temporary staff).
Create your account on the platform.
Contact the association/country referent to choose the day(s) of the mission.
Apply for the mission that interests you.
The association/country referent validates the application.
Your manager validates the application.
The tripartite agreement is generated. For French employees, enter your absence in Chronos (50% MEC / 50% CP or RTT).
Carry out your mission.
Complete your end-of-mission assessment.
Congé Solidaire® is an international solidarity mission lasting two weeks, taken by employees during their vacation time. The missions are proposed by Planète Urgence and funded by Mécénat Servier.
Permanent and fixed-term employees with a contract greater than or equal to 1 year are eligible for this scheme (except interns, apprentices, and work study participants).
L'ARRONDI sur salaire (rounding down salary) allows Servier employees in France to make a monthly micro-donation to a general interest association, by the direct deduction of cents from their salary and possibly an additional €1 to €10.
As a sign of solidarity, Mécénat Servier matches this donation.
The participation of 19% of employees in France resulted in the collection of €28,136.93, i.e., a total of €56,787.64 with the Mécénat Servier's matching contribution.
Developed by Mécénat Servier, solidarity seminars allow managers who so wish to act collectively within an association of their choice (day 1), before working on their own action plans (day 2). They thus reinforce the cohesion and commitment of the teams.