Our Halton employees, known as Haltonians, are the heart of our group – everything in our business starts from our engaged personnel. Our most important focus is securing our employees’ well-being, strengthening their competence and knowledge, and keeping motivation levels high. Our People Policy and our Health and Safety Policy manage this. Halton invests a lot in promoting health, safety, and well-being at work.
At Halton, we have five values that guide our daily work. These values represent the foundational commitments to our stakeholders and state the principles of Halton’s vision and mission. The values are Customer Focus, Trust and Ethics, Teamwork, Continuous Learning, and Positive Attitude. Read more about Our Five Values
Through our product solutions, we’re enabling healthy and comfortable indoor environments for people. We develop solutions that decrease the number of hazardous particles in indoor air and create high-quality indoor climate conditions.
At Halton Group, the gender structure has followed the same line in recent years. Approx four people out of five are men. Traditionally this type of industry attracts more men than women, as shown in our statistics.
Read more about our gender statistics from our Sustainability Report
At the end of 2021, Halton Group employed 1,537 people. The changes in headcount per region were small compared to the previous year. In Finland and Asia, the headcount decreased, while in Other Europe, the amount stayed almost the same and increased in the Americas.
Read more about our workforce structure from our Sustainability Report
In 2021 we changed our Engagement Rate survey platform. This new platform allows for real-time visibility of results and more advanced analysis, as well as action planning based on results. It also provides real-time benchmarking data. This enables us to compare our situation to other companies on an ongoing basis. As a result of this survey in 2021, on a general level, Halton’s Engagement score was 3.7 compared to an industry average of 3.6. The survey’s participation rate was 85%. The following year, the score was 3.8, with the same percentage of participation.
Read more about Haltonians’ engagement from our Sustainability Report