A motivating compensation policy

Guaranteeing employees fair pay for the work they do is essential. Our compensation policy combines a fixed salary and variable components, social protection and retirement benefits for all and advantageous shareholding programs (as leading shareholders, our employees hold approximately 5% of the Group's capital). Bonuses, employee shareholding, retirement, social protection – thanks to these employee benefits, you can face the future with confidence.

 

 

Respecting work-life balance

 

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We attach great importance to preserving our employees' work/life balance. As signatories of the Parents' Charter in 2008, we commit to creating a favorable environment for employees with children and particularly for pregnant women, and to defending the principle of non-discrimination in the career development of the employees concerned. We therefore strive to change attitudes to parental responsibilities in the company by raising the awareness of HR people and managers. Additional possibilities like working from home, available in France since 2012, provide new ways of meeting individual needs. Every year, more Group subsidiaries introduce homeworking arrangements for their employees.

 

Opportunities throughout the world

Did you know that our 100,000 employees change job every 3 to 5 years on average? Mobility is a fundamental principle of our career management policy. This functional or geographical mobility, facilitated by the particularities of our professions and business activities, contributes both to the Group's performance and to employees' professional and personal development, giving them the opportunity to embark on a new phase of their career or discover new horizons.

 

 

A stimulating working environment

  • Exploitant sur la TLP , Projet Moho Nord
  • Collaborateurs du laboratoire Lub Transmission. CRES, Solaize.
  • Centrale Solaire Total Nuevas Energias Chile - Sunpower. El Salvador, dans la région d'Atacama, Chili.
  • Salle de trading Total de Londres
  • Kerstin Weinhold, opératrice, sur le réacteur B de méthanol synthèse. Unité production de méthanol (POX) de la raffinerie de Leuna.
  • Laborantine faisant des essais. Usine de polymères de Ningbo
  • Un pompiste de la station-service Las Pinas. À l'arrière plan, le auvent de la station-service portant l'enseigne Total.
  • Collaborateurs lors d'une réunion. Total Japan Office,Tokyo
  • Opérateurs effectuant des réglages sur des panneaux. Centrale Solaire Sunpower Total, Prieska.
  • Un employé souriant à la station-service Agoe. À l'arrière plan, le auvent de la station-service et le totem carburant. Prise de vue réalisée en fin de journée, avec les éclairages de la station-service actifs.
  • Vue nocturne du FPU Likouf , Projet Moho Nord
  •  Markus Böttger, ingénieur de production, et Frank Reinsdorf, opérateur de chargement sulfure. Unité production de méthanol (POX) de la raffinerie de Leuna.
  • Espace co-working lors de la semaine de l'innovation à la tour Coupole, La Défense
  • Vue de la tour Coupole à La Défense
  • Collaboratrice du laboratoire de Cray Valley. Plateforme de Carling Saint-Avold, Moselle, France.
  • Collaborateurs en salle de contrôle du PolyStyrène (PS). Plateforme de Carling Saint-Avold, Moselle, France.
  • Station-service Total à Wuhan. Dans la boutique Bonjour, une employée aide une cliente dans le choix d'un lubrifiant Total.

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