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ENGIE: signature of a new European agreement on professional equality between women and men

On 21 December 2017, ENGIE and the European Trade Union Federations IndustriAll Europe, EPSU and EFBWW signed a new European agreement extending that of June 2012 on professional equality between women and men (c.f. article No. 120368). As in 2012 the energy group commits to guaranteeing equal opportunity in the field of recruitment, fairness in terms of career development, equal access to occupational training as well as equal pay for women and men for equal work or for work, which is of equal value. This agreement however goes further in terms of its implementation and in addition to individual company level plans, it intends for three-year action plans to be developed at group level that will drive deployment momentum.

Through . Published on 22 December 2017 à 12h28 - Update on 28 December 2017 à 12h41

A longstanding tradition. In its preamble ENGIE recalls that this agreement follows on from previous European and Global agreements that the group has signed with international and European union federations. Indeed ENGIE has signed no fewer than five European agreements and two Global agreements. This new agreement revises the group’s existing 2012 European agreement on professional equality between women and men (c.f. article No. 120368). This new agreement underlines a commitment to ‘equal opportunity’,…

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