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Michelin promises living wage for workers worldwide

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The living wage is meant to enable each employee to provide for their family’s essential needs (such as food, housing, transport, children’s education, and healthcare) “while also providing for unexpected events and buying consumer goods,” says Michelin.

Employee benefits for Michelin workers worldwide

Secondly, the company is deploying a universal social protection floor as part of the Michelin One Care Program. This provides a package of social benefits to all employees worldwide, focusing on three priorities:

  • offering time to welcome a child, with at least 14 weeks’ maternity/adoption leave and four weeks’ paternity/adoption leave at full pay
  • protecting the family of a deceased employee, with the payment of a death benefit equal to at least one year’s salary
  • an education annuity for orphans until the end of their post-secondary education, regardless of the employee’s length of service.

The firm is also promising lifeline learning, it said in a release.

“Continuous training has always been a central focus of Michelin’s social policies. Faced with the accelerating transformation of work life and jobs, the Group has overhauled its continuous training offer by developing a unique lifelong learning approach in order to foster its associates’ employability.”

The ambition is to go beyond standard continuous training, which is occasional, in the event of a specific need or job change, to offer all employees “easy and permanent access to learning throughout their career.”

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