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French equality Index : Nataïs gets its highest score 95 out of 100

We are proud at Nataïs to have scored 95 out of 100 in our 2019 professional gender equality assessment. This high score reflects our long-standing commitment to workplace diversity, which notably translates into fair levels of professional equality. We are also proud to state that our female employment rate is greater than the average for our sector, including management positions.

  • Nataïs, in a few key numbers:
  • 53 % female and 47 % male employees;
  • 56.25 % of supervisory staff are women;
  • A management committee composed of 6 women and 3 men;

When an employee joins Nataïs, they become part of a family company, in which women and men work together in a spirit of equality, trust and sharing, and contribute jointly to innovative development in a buoyant market.

By working together, we can unleash our talent!

Details about how our index was calculated

For French companies with fewer than 250 employees, the index is calculated as the sum of the scores obtained for each of the 4 indicators:

Indicators Points obtained Maximum possible score

1. Pay gap between women and men, for the same job and at equivalent age (as a %)

35 / 40

2. Difference in individual pay increases between women and men (as % points or in terms of number of employees)

35 / 35

3. Percentage of female employees who benefited from an increase upon return from maternity leave (as a %)

15 / 15

4. Parity amongst the 10 employees who received the highest remuneration

 

10 / 10
INDEX as of 1 March 2020 95 / 100
  1. Pay gap between women and men, for the same job and at equivalent age (as a %)

Nataïs scored 35 out of 40.

For this score, there is an issue with the calculation methodology which means that certain groups are not eligible for inclusion in the calculation of this indicator due to their occupational category or age bracket. In fact, the assessment is partial, and does not consider the entire employee population. Overall, pay levels are equal, however, if only the group eligible under the terms of the methodology are considered when calculating the index, then there is a pay gap of 4.81 % in terms of the average remunerations in favour of men over women. This pay gap corresponds to a score of 35 points out of 40 for this indicator.

  1. Difference in individual pay increases between women and men (as % points or in terms of number of employees)

Nataïs scored 35 out of 35.

This result can be explained by the fact that more women than men received a pay increase in 2019. Indeed, 34.6% of all female employees received a pay increase in 2019, compared with 23.9% for male employees. The administrative body thus considers that we have taken corrective measures, which means that we achieved the maximum score of 35 points out of 35 for this indicator.

  1. Percentage of female employees who benefited from an increase upon return from maternity leave (as a %)

Nataïs scored 15 out of 15.

100% of our female employees received a pay increase before, during or after their return from maternity leave. This practice, which reflects our long-term commitments, was recognised by the maximum score of 15 points out of 15 for this Indicator.

  1. Parity amongst the 10 employees who received the highest remuneration

Nataïs scored 10 out of 10.

Six of the ten Nataïs employees who received the highest remuneration in 2019 were women. This corresponds to the maximum score of 10 points out of 10 for this indicator.

Professional equality, A FRENCH GOVERNMENTAL PRIORITY

In accordance with the provisions of the French “Avenir” law of 5 September 2018, the French government sought to put in place a specific action plan designed to eliminate the pay gap between women and men, notably by bringing into law the obligation to publish the professional gender equality index.

Accordingly, all companies with more than 50 employees publish in the public domain and annually their professional gender equality index so that any potential discrepancies can be evaluated and corrective measures put in place.