As the French Diversity Charter stopped off in Marseille on its national tour, IMS PACA, responsible for the Regional Diversity Charter Platform, organised the 5th edition of the Diversity Charter Awards in Provence-Alps-Côte d’Azur. These awards are national and recognise the most innovative and high-performing companies in terms of diversity management and anti-discrimination. The jury for the Provence-Alps-Côte d’Azur region comprising regional operators committed to diversity (AGEFIPH, CCI Provence‐Alpes‐Côte d’Azur, DIRECCTE PACA, Maison de l’Emploi de Marseille, MEDEF PACA) awarded the Disability and Employment prize to GSF JUPITER, recognising it as the most innovative and exemplary company in its disability policy. FOCUS Before adapting to disability legislation and taking its schemes beyond the legal requirements for the workplace, GSF Jupiter wanted to deal with a double challenge. Firstly, convince disabled workers that they are not excluded from the cleaning industry, regarded as difficult, and convince them that they can work under good conditions. Secondly, successfully adapt different roles to the various disabilities of the people recruited. To achieve this, GSF Jupiter, the GSF Group’s south-west subsidiary, created a “Disability Unit” in 2007. This unit divided its tasks into 2 key areas: recruitment and integration of disabled people into its teams, and support for these people throughout their contract. Amongst the actions taken: review of job specifications to take into account any possible restrictions, integration tracking 3 months after joining the company, raising the awareness of all employees despite the fragmentation of the work sites, letter about disability sent to all customers... All of the actions taken have enabled the company to achieve a 7.8% employment rate for the disabled, far above legal requirements.