- Both organizations have signed the Inserta agreement to promote the hiring of at least 100 people with disabilities in Cepsa over the next three years
- This alliance will also promote the training and employability of people with disabilities through the promotion of responsible purchasing and special employment centers
- Cepsa, as part of its diversity and inclusion objectives, has set itself the goal of reaching at least 2% of people with disabilities in its workforce and 1% in its collaborating companies by 2025
The agreement also contemplates the promotion of other actions that favor the labor insertion and employability of people with disabilities indirectly, through the acquisition of goods and the contracting of services to special employment centers.
After signing the agreement, Bettina Karsch, Cepsa's Human Resources Director, expressed her satisfaction: