Committed to the environment
We work to promote more sustainable digital technology and make all efforts to reduce our own CO2 emissions.
The Green Act program
In 2020, we launched the Green Act, a program to encourage the entire company and its stakeholders to place environmental issues at the heart of their processes and activities.
Promoting a responsible economy
Our services allow our clients to reduce their own environmental footprints.
The crisis has allowed us to test teleworking on a large scale and prove that it can significantly reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emitted in urban transport.
Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) can help reduce the consumption of water and chemicals in agriculture, optimize traffic and parking in large cities and reduce energy consumption of heating and cooling systems, for example.
The crisis showed us that some trips can be avoided by using collaborative tools, such as video and web conferencing.
Orange Consulting offers advice and support services for employees in the development of skills and new ways of working. Orange Cyberdefense provides a comprehensive range of team awareness and training modules.
Building a trusted company
Respect and protection of your data
Having responsible business practices for a digital enterprise, such as Orange Business Services, first and foremost means that we guarantee the confidentiality and security of your personal data, two areas where we have a real advantage thanks to our Orange Cyberdefense and Digital & Data entities.
Ethics and anti-corruption policy
We are committed to conducting our business with transparency and integrity, in line with the Group’s Code of Ethics; this is complemented by our Anti-Corruption Policy, with a zero-tolerance policy regarding corruption in all our activities and throughout the Group. 100% of our purchase contracts include a CSR clause.
Ethical approach to data and AI
We support initiatives to promote ethical and reasoned use of artificial intelligence and data, for example, the AI Impact think tank, created in 2018 with Microsoft and other players in the French digital ecosystem and the Arborus International Charter for Inclusive Artificial Intelligence signed in April 2020.
of our employees have completed GDPR training
Source: Orange 2020 data
Working for digital equality
Training open to professionals and students
Professional training open to students and professionals alike, focused on digital expertise in data and AI, cybersecurity, management and soft skills.
Our Data School is focused on the new professions of data engineer and data scientist, which today hire 40% women.
Orange Cyberdefense Academy
Within the framework of our Orange Campus, this unique program combines a permanent position with a five-year tertiary degree.
Diversity and gender equality
We believe that diversity and gender equality at all levels of the company are powerful levers for economic performance and employee well-being. One of our priorities is to increase the number of women in technical and digital professions where women are currently under-represented.
By 2025, our objective is to reach:
- 25% women in technical and digital fields
- 35% women in positions of responsibility
- Equal pay between men and women in comparable situations
We have a very strong commitment to reduce electronic waste (e-waste). With that in mind, it is a top priority to take back products we sold and destroy them in a safe manner. Read more about our E-waste Management program in India.
Orange is named a Top Employer Global 2021
As a digital and caring employer, we wish to offer our employees an outstanding employee experience:
- Work-life balance
- Learning and development
- Equal opportunities
- Inclusion for disabilities
This award confirms our excellence in embracing our global ambitions to grow, scale and transform as a network-native digital services company.
Mechtild Walser-Ertel, Global Head of Human Resources and Corporate Social Responsibility at Orange Business Services