France: Orano nuclear group commits to supporting gender transition, assisted human reproduction, and the fight against domestic violence

Via a four-agreement agreement signed by all the represented trade union bodies, French nuclear group Orano (12,000 headcount and a product of nuclear conglomerate Areva’s 2017 restructuring) has strengthened its commitment to professional equality between men and women. In addition to provisions carried over from previous agreements around recruitment, training, and female access to technological professions and management positions, the agreement’s new features stem from an ambitious and pioneering integration of social issues into company policy.

Through Antoine Piel. Published on 26 May 2023 Ă  14h10 - Update on 26 May 2023 Ă  14h10

Under the agreement on professional equality between men and women signed on 09 May, Orano is committed to raising female representation in its technical professions by two points by the end of 2022. Outside the customer program, women account for a maximum of one-third of the workforce divided as follows: 36.4% in nuclear safety, 25.6% in industrial project management, 12.7% in construction and even 6% in maintenance,…

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