A multi-stakeholder Board of Directors and a CSR Committee
The Board of Directors sets the general policy, decides on investments and tariffs. It has 32 members, representing both the State and the local authorities concerned, the Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Ile de France, as well as qualified bodies including an environmental association (FNE Ile-de-France), port users and employee representatives elected by employees.
An SER Committee was created in 2016. Emanating from the Board of Directors and composed of eight members, its role is to assist the Board of Directors in monitoring CSR issues.
The distribution of the workforce of the Ports de Paris between men and women is fairly balanced with a growing proportion of women (55%).
The overall budget devoted to vocational training in 2017 was down compared to 2016 and represents 2.70 % of the wage bill (compared to 3.63 % in 2016 and close to 1 % of the legal obligation).
On the other hand, the number of trained employees remained stable (152 in 2017 compared to 148 in 2016).
The training plan carried out by the Establishment is oriented towards training on topics closely linked to the activity or professional environment of HAROPA - Ports de Paris and its employees.
Ports de Paris strives to maintain a high-quality social dialogue and to involve employees to a large extent in defining the main strategic directions of the Institution.
The various employee representative bodies are made up of elected employees whose main role is to represent employees to management. This representation is provided by:
The works council
In accordance with legislation, the Works Council meets once a month. It receives an operating grant equal to 0.3 % of the total payroll and a contribution to social and cultural works equal to 1.94 % of the total payroll.
For 2017, these two grants represent €239,069.
The Works Council is consulted on the areas specified by legislation, and constitutes a valuable forum for consultation.
In addition, it decides on the socio-cultural interventions to be implemented for all staff:
- exceptional assistance for staff facing financial difficulties on an ad hoc basis,
- participation in leisure and sports activities,
The Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee
The HSWCC met 10 times in 2017.
Among the most significant actions of 2017 are:
- Consultation on vehicle fleet policy.
- Consultation on the headquarters security project.
- Consultation on several reorganization projects (Planning Department, General Secretariat, Seine Aval agency) and on the agency's relocation project
- Consultation on the social report and the comparative situation of the general employment and training conditions for women and men.
- Consultation on the 2018 training plan and safety training actions.
- Regular visits to port agencies.
Employee representatives also meet once a month, in accordance with the legislation.