being responsible

Aiming at being industry best in class

Leni is a member of french UNIMEV organisation ( event industry alliance) who promotes responsible programs to be delivered by all event industry players. Its within these guidelines that Leni has decided to implement the ISO 20121 Certification aiming to demonstrate our commitment to our employees, providers, partners and clients.

The 4 Pillars of Leni's management policy and sustainable development:
  • Duty of Inclusion : especially employees and clients proposals and priorities on Leni's CSR.
  • Duty of Vigilance : encourage staff to take into account the principles of sustainable development and making them aware.
  • Duty of Integitry : be proactive by applying ahead CSR policies recomended by the industry, social changes or society evolution.
  • Duty of Transparancy : good news or bad news, when it matters it must be communicated, externally or internally.
Legal obligation relating to the professional gender equality index:
  • - Indicator relating to the pay gap between women and men: not calculable
      Reason for non-calculability: Number of valid groups less than 40% of the number
    - Indicator relating to the difference in the rate of individual salary increases between women and men: 25/35
    - Indicator relating to the percentage of employees who provided a raise in the following year when they returned from maternity leave: not calculable
     Reason for non-calculability: Absence of return from maternity leave
    - Indicator relating to the number of employees of the under-represented sex among the 10 employees having received the highest salaries: 0/10
    - Level of overall result: not calculable

    Results posted on the website of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Integration on 05/19/2022.