France: professional equality index reveals a persistent glass ceiling for women in several sectors

For the fourth time, mind RH has analysed data on the professional equality index that employers in France are required to publish. While the average score continues to improve, some sectors are still lagging behind, such as construction, extractive industries and the information and communication sector. The data indicates that it is in the area of higher pay that companies need to make particular progress, such as women in management roles. The index, which is struggling in its current form to break the glass ceiling for women in professional life, is soon to be reformed.

Through Rudy Degardin et Antoine Piel. Published on 29 March 2024 Ă  17h52 - Update on 29 March 2024 Ă  18h07

For the fourth year running, mind RH has analysed data from the French Ministry of Labour, which has compiled the data reported by companies. In 2023, the average professional equality score is 88.2 out of 100 for the 17,877 companies with over 50 employees reporting their score as at 12 March 2024,…

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