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As a major recruitment agency, Fed Supply is committed to measuring the impact of its decisions and activities not only on society and the environment, but also on the candidates we meet, the employees of Groupe Fed, the partners we work with and our clients. Fed Supply's social responsibility is met via 3 types of commitments:


Candidates are evaluated based on their skills and the suitability of their profile for a position... And that's it!
As a human resources professional, we guarantee not only to our candidates but also to our clients that non-discrimination rules are respected in our internal and external recruitment processes.
No Fed Supply consultant joins Fed Supply without having read and committed to comply with the rules set out in THE GROUPE FED COMMITMENT CHARTER

Moreover, Fed Supply is also a member of the Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services, which guarantee our respect of integrity, professionnalism and ethics. ,

In addition, during their integration process, Fed Supply consultants participate in a special awareness training led by an external instructor: presentation of the existing legislation, training in writing a job offer and an interview report in accordance with it, properly handling any discriminatory requests.

At Fed Supply, diversity is not posturing. It's principle!


Fed Supply is a member of the United Nations Global Compact and is committed to conducting its business activities in a manner that respects human rights, labour standards, the environment and the fight against corruption.

Our commitments are detailed in our Moral Commitment Charter received by all our suppliers. To ensure the sustainability of our business relationships, we ask them in turn to sign it and commit to a responsible approach alongside us.

Fed Supply is committed to carrying out its activities with respect for human rights.


In its daily activities as a recruiter and employer, Fed Supply is committed to promoting and respecting the following social principles, both for permanent and temporary employees:

  • Human Rights
  • Work relations and conditions for each Fed Supply employee
  • Gender equality
  • Non-discrimination in hiring
  • Skills development and job security

As a responsible firm, Fed Supply has introduced several measures to limit the impact of its activities on the environment, including:

Sustainable recycling
and waste
A focus on
the CO² emissions
of our vehicle fleet
Comprehensive control
of our water/energy
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