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Human resources policy framework

HR responsibilities Charter

The initiatives undertaken within the Group in the

area of human resources management are knit

together by a six-part integrated policy framework

centred on the Human Resources Department’s

Responsibilities Charter (see diagram opposite).

The Charter describes the following key tasks:

• Promoting employees’ support for Group strategy

and helping develop management processes

in line with Group values;

• Implementing motivating compensation, training

and career management policies;

Defines the processes for

periodic controls; distributed

to General Inspection teams

and auditors

Analyses risks and

distributes standards

BASIS FOR HR

MANAGEMENT RULES

Audit

methodology

Operating risks

management

Practical

guides

Responsibilities

Charter

• Optimising the fit between Group needs and

human resources and their cost;

• Ensuring that high-quality employer-employee

dialogue takes place throughout the Group and

guaranteeing compliance with labour laws;

The various parts of the policy framework, set up

when the BNP Paribas was born, are updated

regularly. In 2006, efforts focused mainly on

procedures and risk management:

• Formalising and documenting the body of

procedures as part of the new Permanent

Controls processes coordinated by the Group

Compliance function;

Allows managers to come up

with a diagnostic of their practices

Directives

manual

Procedures

Describes the main roles

and tasks of Group HR managers

Describe in a formalised and precise manner

all the steps for carrying out these tasks

• Completing and implementing the analysis

and control of HR operational risks throughout

the Group. The first version of management

standards released by Group Human

Resources included eight key processes,

for which 45 potential incidents were identified

and analysed, detailing and quantifying

causes, controls and effects.

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