Our CSR policy

Located in the Brest region since 1966 and represented internationally, Kohler has become an influential company, particularly in the market for power and power generating sets. Aware of its position, it now formalises a line of conduct by stating its CSR policy.

It is more than ever committed to meeting the requirements of its market, while meeting its commitments on five strategic directions that it has defined, namely: its customers, employees, products, company and country. It is documenting its approaches by progressively putting themed action sheets online.

Kohler  is committed to a proactive approach to reducing greenhouse gases, illustrated by the BEGES report published in November 2012.

SDMO Industries is committed to an approach in favor of professional equality and intends to promote actions in favor of gender equality and parenthood within the Kohler Group. 

In accordance with the so-called "Avenir professionnel" law of September 5, 2018, SDMO Industries is publishing the result of the 2024 index obtained on the basis of data for the year 2023. 

The overall score for the gender professional equality index is 86/100 for the year 2024.
The breakdown of points obtained for the various indicators is as follows: 
- Gender pay gap: 36/40
- Gap in the distribution of individual increases (excluding promotions): 20/20
- Difference in the distribution of promotions: 15/15
- Percentage of female employees receiving a raise on return from maternity/adoption leave: 15/15
- Proportion of women and men among the 10 highest earners: 0/10 

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