Adecco's stakeholders record their own physical activities as a way to promote healthier lifestyles and raise charitable donations.
A Loughborough University study shows that physical inactivity is a major risk factor for diseases. It states that office workers spend up to 75% of their time sitting down.1p4 To address this, workplace physical activity programmes have been specifically designed to promote physical activity and healthier lifestyles.2 However, any form of physical movement is beneficial and the advice is to discover physical activities that are enjoyable and that suit the individual’s mobility and fitness.3p45
People’s employability around the world is enhanced by Adecco through their training and coaching programs
At the end of 2019, 4.9% of the world's population were unemployed and the number was 11.8% for people between the age group of 14 to 24 years 1p19.
Adecco ranked as a second great place to work in Europe
Employees who genuinely enjoy their work are more productive, happier, and more successful. And it increases self-confidence and inspires greater performance and greater success for both employee and employer.
Seize the challenge of migration : Adecco Group supports integration of refugees and other migrants in the labour market and beyond.
According to Eurostat, 580 800 first-time asylum seekers applied for international protection in the Member States of the EU in 2018. Syrian, Afghan and Iraqi are the main citizenships of asylum seekers in the EU.
Adecco has been repeatedly accused of social dumping in Europe over the years
Underpaid employees are vulnerable to poverty and financial dependency. According to a survey by the Glassdoor.com site, 39% of employees say they don't receive fair pay in their current job.