When we commit to employing someone at Trescal, we commit to providing them with the tools and environment to build an exceptional career experience. We train young employees to transmit a scientific heritage that has been passed on for millennia.
We provide everyone with safe working conditions and strive to protect them from potential health hazards and injuries. We promote and support programs to improve the physical and mental well-being of our employees. We offer equal opportunities in employment and create a diverse, inclusive and positive work environment free of harassment.
We are responsible for and to each other.
participation rate in employee surveys to identify needs and plans for improvement
of our team offered training opportunities
up to 89/100 score on gender equality index
OUR EMPLOYEE COMMITMENTS
all employees on their work conditions and engage with them on action plans
for career development every year
all employees to gain the knowledge that will allow them to advance
key talent via our Future Leaders program
Develop young talent through apprenticeship
We believe strongly in passing down our knowledge of metrology to the next generation. In many cases, classroom training for metrology doesn’t exist and must be done in the laboratory. Every year, we recruit dozens of apprentices in all domains, such as engineers, metrology technicians, customer service representatives or support functions so that they can take part in on-the-field training as they finish their studies.
An apprenticeship is only the first step. We aim to recruit as many of our apprentices as we can at the end of their training. Apprentices who started at Trescal have gone on to have decades-long careers with us as they become laboratory managers, technical directors or even human resources directors.
SEE OUR COMMITMENTS IN ACTION
WE COMMIT TO
GOVERNANCE & ETHICS
Conduct our business in an ethically responsible manner
Invest in planetary health by minimizing our impact on climate energy and waste
Actively contribute to improve the communities where we live and work