"You have to get out of the bashing Ehpad and make sure you are better understood." It is the cry of the heart of Rémi Boyer, HR Director of Korian. Two months after the deconfinement, the French giant of dependency takes care of its image: it took stock on Monday on the implementation of its commitments in terms of social and environmental responsibility (CSR).
The timing owes nothing to chance. If these commitments were announced last February during the presentation of the group's annual results, they take on a special meaning after the health crisis and the heavy human toll in nursing homes (around one third of the 30,000 deaths recorded in France). The reputation of Korian, the European leader in old age, has been particularly damaged. His management of the crisis has been singled out. If two thirds of its 308 French establishments were spared, several of them counted a significant number of victims, including that of Mougins (with 37 deaths, out of 743 in total at Korian). Four families
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