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ACTIA AUTOMOTIVE AND ACTIA TELECOM PUBLISH THEIR 2022 GENDER EQUALITY INDEX

Pursuant to Law No. 2018-771 of September 5, 2018 (known as the “Professional Future Law”) supplemented by Decree No. 2019-15 of January 8, 2019, ACTIA Automotive SA and ACTIA Telecom SA publish the results of the indicators for gender equality index based on data for the year 2021.

ACTIA is committed to equality for all in the implementation of its processes, in favor of the principles of inclusion, fairness, non-discrimination, transparency and respect.

For ACTIA, this means working together for a socially responsible world.

ACTIA AUTOMOTIVE

Based on the 4 criteria established by the French government, the 2022 Gender Equality Index of ACTIA Automotive in France (relating to data for 2021) is 58 points out of 85.

The global index is broken down by indicators as follows:

  • Pay gap indicator: 38
  • Individual increase rate gap indicator: 5
  • Promotion rate gap indicator: 15
  • Maternity leave return indicator: incalculable
  • High remuneration indicator: 0

Overall index: 58/85 (68%)

The drop in the “individual increase rate difference” indicator is explained by a context of health crisis and electronic components leading the company to freeze its salary policy, with the exception of individual increases following the reorganization of ‘activities. They mainly concern activities in the areas of technical control and garage equipment with mobile teams made up of men.

The actions planned for 2022 should make it possible to return to an index level that better reflects the social policy undertaken.

ACTIA TELECOM

Based on the 5 criteria established by the French government, ACTIA Telecom’s 2022 gender equality index (relating to data for 2021) is 86 points out of 100.

The global index is broken down by indicators as follows:

  • Pay gap indicator: 36
  • Individual increase rate gap indicator: 20
  • Promotion rate gap indicator: 15
  • Maternity leave return indicator: 15
  • High remuneration indicator: 0

Overall index: 86/100

For many years, we have ensured continuous monitoring and adjustments to correct any discrepancies in gender equality.

ACTIA Automotive has 27.41% women, ACTIA Telecom has 20.30%. It should be noted that the national average in the metallurgy sector is 22.4%.

Here are some highlights of our initiatives:

  • Integrate equality, including pay, from the time of hiring through an inclusive and fair recruitment process,
  • Fight against sexist behavior in the workplace,
  • Support the development of skills in an equal way,
  • Provide women and men with the same opportunities for career paths, career development, classification level and access to positions of responsibility,
  • Ensure equal pay for women and men, on a job of equal value with identical qualifications, performance, level of responsibilities,
  • Accept requests for part-time work for all men and women wishing to benefit from it, thus making it possible to better reconcile the balance between private and professional life.

The health crisis has been accompanied by the development of teleworking; the opportunity for ACTIA to implement management that respects the balance between professional life and personal life for all female and male employees, within the framework of the culture of benevolence to which the company is attached.