Giving meaning to what we do, doing what we say, creating a positive atmosphere in the workplace and many other aspects that develop a sense of pride and belonging in the company's employees.
Nurturing these values also means upholding demanding standards.
From preceding generations, FM Logistic has inherited a culture, values and requirements with regard to the 'skills' and conduct for day-to-day life within the company. Promoting these values contributes to the company's performance thanks to motivated men and women by providing them with a better working atmosphere and developing the feelings of loyalty and belonging to a group. Maintaining these values also allows us to be demanding.
The attitudes and behaviours of managers and staff are set out by means of values arising from respect for personal relationships.
Our corporate culture is based on strong cohesive values:
Our managerial behaviours impact on the durability of our values and the performance of the business:
This skill comes from the history of the company wanting to maintain its independence and develop its performance to ensure its sustainability thanks to motivated and involved men and women.
Giving meaning to what is done, doing what is said, creating a good atmosphere in the work place and as many criteria for developing a feeling among the staff of loyalty and belonging to the Company. Maintaining these values also allows us to be demanding.
The attitudes and behaviours of managers and staff are set out by means of values arising from respect for personal relationships. The FM spirit to be found at each of our sites and our ethical charter illustrate the personality of our company.
For all of these reasons we are deeply attached to this skill.
Our challenge is to continue with our Values, our Culture and our ethics by means of developing internationally.
Marie Laure Schreiber - Director of Group Culture, Values and Ethic
Three generations attended to receive
2014: an exceptional award honouring our 47 years in business
"The Chênes du Grand Est Family Business Grand Prize" We were selected from 178 family businesses in the Grand Est (North East France) based on key criteria which enable generations to succeed one another and, like the might oak, live for many years.
The selection criteria were as follows:
Strength and values enabling transmission and sustainability
Desire of family shareholders to sustain the business over the long term
We share our pride in this award with our employees. It is with the confidence of a sustainable company that together we will join those family businesses that have survived for a century.
Claude FAURE – Co-founder and Honorary President