We believe every employee plays an important role in bringing products to market and delivering meaningful benefit to patients. We value the skills, experience, and expertise that individuals bring to our business, as well as their personality. We’re committed to providing employees with development opportunities and investing to help each individual realize their full potential. Managers ensure that every employee has a training and development plan which is reviewed regularly.
Our employees come from all walks of life and represent a diverse range of age, race, religion, gender expression, and sexual orientation. More importantly, our employees offer a diversity of opinions and perspective. We foster an open and inclusive culture that allows employees to understand and trust each other, and to listen and learn from each other’s experiences. We believe this leads us to better business decisions and more innovative solutions to problems.
We expect that all people decisions, including recruitment, development, promotion and compensation, will be based solely upon a person’s ability, experience, behaviour, work performance and demonstrated potential in relation to the needs of the role without regard to unrelated personal characteristics such as race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, or gender expression, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status, or other characteristics protected by applicable laws.
We do not tolerate discriminatory behaviour, harassment or retaliation against those reporting or involved in the investigation of claims alleging such behaviours.
In line with French law aiming to eliminate remuneration gaps between female and male employees, we have reported our 2024 gender equality index (Déclation de votre index de l’égalité professionnelle) for our SERB SAS entity in France with a score of 96 out of a possible 100 points. This score is based on differences in remuneration, salary increase, and promotion ratio between female and male employees, as well as the portion of female employees who receive a salary increase while on maternity leave and the number of female and male employees among the 10 highest salaries.