We actively encourage our employees to travel by low-carbon means of transport, such as by public transport, (electric) bicycle, or on foot. As well as helping to protect our climate, these means of transport also support well-being through physical activity and by removing the stresses associated with driving.
We pay for a Geneva public transport pass for each of our employees.
We want to reduce the impact of the waste we produce as much as possible. Our strategy is built on waste reduction as a top priority. It then promotes re-use and, lastly, recycling for everything that does have to be thrown away.
Our offices are equipped with waste sorting bins. We are committed to reducing our use of paper: our target is to cut this by 60% within three years, replacing paper with new, digital-only tools.
We have a clear desire to reduce the environmental impact of our entire real estate portfolio, in particular to protect the climate. Initially, we are focusing on properties for which we have decision-making powers, while also launching pilot projects across our whole real estate portfolio.
We aim for carbon neutrality by reducing greenhouse gases. In buildings, this translates into an improvement in the thermal envelope, leading to better energy efficiency and comfort of residents.
We promote the installation of solar panels and the optimization of boiler rooms in order to reduce heating consumption.
At Pilet & Renaud, our employees’ well-being is a priority. We are working to find the best ways of promoting health and well-being as much as possible.
We are implementing healthy working conditions, making sustainable changes that promote well-being and raising awareness of health issues among our staff. To give a specific example, Pilet & Renaud pays for a monthly massage for each of its employees.