CRPN has published its first workplace gender equality index, which gives it a score of 88/100.
France’s law of September 5, 2018 on the Freedom to choose one’s professional future sets a performance obligation for businesses with regard to workplace gender equality.
As a result, CRPN has a workplace gender equality index that is calculated each year on a 100-point basis, using the following 4 indicators:
- Pay gaps between women and men;
- Gaps in the distribution of individual pay raises and promotions;
- The percentage of female employees awarded a pay raise over the year following their return from maternity leave;
- Gender equality among top management (number of members of the underrepresented gender among the 10 highest-paid employees).
Workplace gender equality is vital to the development of each individual and to that of the business. CRPN would like to reaffirm its commitment to workplace gender equality and emphasize the need to guarantee equal opportunities and equal treatment for all employees regardless of gender.