We offer equal opportunities to everyone, in all their diversity
True to our cooperative values, we are a banking institution that is open and accessible to all. As one of France's leading recruiters, we are committed to ensuring fair treatment for all our employees – regardless of their age, origin and gender – and to creating a work environment that respects everyone's differences.
Since 2015, a Diversity Manager has been working within the Group Human Resources Department to intensify actions in four priority areas: intergenerational management, gender equality in the workplace, employment for people with disabilities, and equal opportunities.
Under French Act No. 2018-15 dated September 5, 2018, for the Freedom to choose one's professional future, companies with the required workforce have drawn up indicators to determine their level of commitment to professional equality between men and women. The ambition of the Group as a whole and its principal companies in this area is reflected in a score of 91 points out of 100 in 2020. This index takes into account five differently weighted indicators: the gap between men and women's pay (score: 38 out of 40), salary increases (19 out of 20), promotions (15 out of 15), salary increases upon return from maternity leave (15 out of 15), and the distribution of men and women in the ten highest pay levels (4 out of 10).
- 43.7% of managers are women
With respect to the Group's commitment to combating stereotypes, sexism and harassment, ‘harassment’ representatives have been appointed in each Group company since 2018 and given special training. An awareness questionnaire on these issues is also available to employees to enable them to analyze their own behavior.
Supporting parenthood is an additional way to promote greater professional equality and gender diversity. Access to part-time work for women as well as for men, the possibility to receive training on career development following a long leave of absence, and formal HR interviews before and after maternity or adoption leave… are some of the concrete measures already adopted by the Group.
- 74% of the Group’s employees are concerned by parenthood