In line with its Social Rights and Ethics Charter, Air France-KLM pursues a social policy based on integration through work, respect for equal opportunities, combating discrimination and promoting diversity.
Air France-KLM has a proactive approach to helping people with disabilities into work:
- recruitment of people with disabilities
- staff with disabilities were aided in retaining their jobs, through support and adaptation initiatives
- increased use of companies and organizations in the sheltered sector
Professional equality between men and women remains a key issue and progress area in HR management.
Air France signed the Convention for Occupational Gender Equality with the French Ministry of Women’s Rights, formalizing a number of commitments, such as those on work-life balance, increasing the number of women on steering committees and providing support for equality initiatives among SME subcontractors and suppliers.
The Group is committed to equality and respect for sexual orientation.
Air France « Person’ailes » and KLM « Over the rainbow » LGBT organizations bring together gay, bisexual and transgender employees. It provides advice to ensure fair treatment, regardless of sexual orientation.