Inclusion at Sanofi

At Sanofi, we chase the miracles of science to improve people’s lives.

Our people are our greatest asset, and we are very proud to have created a work environment that embraces individuality. We celebrate our differences and applaud imagination and innovation.

Why is it important to Sanofi to employ disabled people?

It is important to us to employ a diverse workforce – we want to attract talented, curious and courageous individuals and we positively welcome people from all walks of life.

Have you got any other inclusive recruitment processes?

Sanofi is a Disability Confident employer. On our candidate’s journey to employment, we partner with them to provide a fully accessible recruitment process. This includes a dedicated mailbox for interview adjustment requests. Our candidates are the expert in their disability and we listen to their voices. Once on board, we offer mentoring, training and development opportunities. We even have our own online university!

Do you offer flexible working, or other provisions a disabled employee might value?

We adopt a flexible working policy, with many of our people working from home 2-3 days a week. Our spacious Reading office is set in a beautiful nature reserve, with plenty of on-site parking (including electric points) and good transport links. It offers a range of adjustable desks, quiet spaces and meditation rooms. We also have an on-site canteen, managed by Sodexo.

Our local Disability Employee Resource Group provides support, education and raises awareness of disability. They listen to and act upon feedback from our people and continually strive to make improvements and remove any barriers.

In a nutshell, why would a disabled candidate choose to apply to Sanofi?

That’s easy – because you will finish each workday feeling both proud and inspired – by the patients’ lives you are changing and by the teammates who support you.

Curious to learn more?

We would love to hear from you. Please be courageous and apply!

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