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    IMS – Entreprendre pour la Cité (Bouygues) - Fair Trade Uniforms for Workers Private

    A decision was taken in September 2007 to change all the working clothes at Bouygues Entreprises France Europe (including all subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction based in France, Switzerland and the United Kingdom) to fair trade cotton uniforms. This represents 15,000 uniforms.

    This project is...

    Business & Society Beligum (Janssen Pharmaceutica) - When Prevention Fails: Reintegration into the Workplace after an extended period of absence due to ill Health Private

    Janssen Pharmaceutica works to reintegrate employees who have been on a sick leave for an extended period of time. The organisation supports an informal, yet very professional network of "social workers"(company doctors, company nurses, psychologist, and others) that operates in a direct,...

    IMS Entreprendre pour la Cité - Promote non-discrimination and promote diversity towards our suppliers Private

    The solution focuses on:

    • Work with suppliers/ subcontractors who have signed the Global Compact, the international ILO conventions, the OECD principles, the Charter of diversity, or other written texts mentioning companies' involvement in favour of non-discrimination and diversity
    • In...
    IMS (Philips) - Ciudades Sostenibles (Livable cities) Private

    The company responded to the challenge through the initiative ‘Livable cities’ , to create sustainable and eco-efficient cities through lighting renewal. This initiative aims to make cities aware of the importance of sustainable lighting and to inform them of the benefits of the sustainable...

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    IMS Luxembourg (Tempo-Team) - MoMoney, Emma-at-work, Goed-Werk, PowerCatering Private

    This initiative creates dedicated programs, distinct from regular commercial activities, to meet the needs of more vulnerable and distanced labour market applicants. The programme focuses particularly on younger and first time applicants, the chronically ill and the immigrant...