In accordance with the requirements of the French law “Avenir” of 5 September 2018 seeking to remove wage disparities between women and men, Kepler Cheuvreux in France published its Gender Equality Index score for 2020.
For companies with less than 250 employees, on a yearly basis, aspects related to professional gender equality.
Index built around four key indicators calculated over a total of 100 points, the index measures different types of data:
> salary gaps,
> gaps in wage increases
> salary increase upon return from maternity leave;
> number of employees of the underrepresented gender among the ten employees who received the best remunerations.
Companies that do not score 75 points out of a total of 100 points must define and implement remedial measures within three years.
For 2020, Gender Equality Index score stands at 79 out of a maximum score of 100 for the 2020 financial year (77/100 in 2019).