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Solidarity is based on a sense of individual responsibility at work, which prevails over self- centered thinking and encourages team work and bringing out the best in each person. It means rejecting management or operational methods geared more to the selfsatisfaction of given individuals rather than the interests of the particular company or the Group as a whole.

Birgit Scheffler,
Saint-Gobain Generaldelegation,
Coordination Business Control

"Solidarity is based upon the agreement on strategies, goals and principles among the companies and employees of Saint-Gobain. Mutual support, encouragement, respect and understanding are important elements of daily work to me and constitute essential prerequisites for successful cooperation in each company and in the worldwide group."

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