CSR or Corporate Social Responsibility is defined as the integration of societal, environmental and economic issues by companies into their strategy, production and management. The company is committed to improving its performance and reducing its impact, in a more environmentally responsible manner.
CSR impels us to be more aware of the company’s social aspects every day and, more generally, of our responsibility towards society and the planet.
Decortiat’s Social Responsibility is a major concern for the company’s management.

Decortiat’s CSR approach:

In 2020, Decortiat developed a Social Responsibility and an Environmental Quality Policy.

Through these Policies, we wish to express our commitment to:

  • human rights: every human being having inalienable and sacred rights inherent to their person,
  • compliance with health and safety rules.
  • compliance with environmental rules.

To this end, we are involved in the management of our CSR policy by:

Reporting on the impact of our CSR policy on society, economy and the environment

Reporting on the impact of our CSR policy on society, economy and the environment

Respecting human rights


Systematically consideringthe interests of stakeholders when making decisions (employees, suppliers, customers)

Respecting French legislation

Adopting exemplary ethicalbehavior

We also want to demonstrate a commitment to developing local jobs related to our business.
Decortiat aims to be an actor in the economic and social development of its region.


Total index cannot be calculated for reasons of workforce thresholds not reached by CSP
Pay gap indicator: not calculable

Individual increase rate gap indicator

Maternity leave return indicator

High pay indicator

ECOVADIS certified

DECORTIAT is labeled EcoVadis and obtained the silver medal on the occasion of its 2022 evaluation. The assessment covers 21 CSR criteria grouped into 4 themes: Environment, Social & Human Rights, Ethics and Responsible Purchasing.

These criteria are drawn from international CSR standards including the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact, the conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the ISO 26000 standard, the principles of CERES and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, also known as the “Ruggie Framework”. More informations

We are proud to be part of the EcoVadis medalists and are more motivated than ever to continue working in these directions.