Offering every employee the same opportunities to develop their skills and abilities, without discrimination in terms of race, gender, age, nationality, religion, sexual orientation or personal beliefs is one of the key points of our human resource management policy, as stipulated by the company’s Code of Ethics.

With regard to gender equality, we encourage and promote equal conditions for men and women.
The proportion of female employees over the last three years has remained constant at about 60%.
The remuneration system also respects substantial parity in the pay rates for male and female staff.

Workforce according to level

Italy
2016% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Executives4%25%75%
Middle managers13%53%47%
Office workers66%64%36%
Journalists13%70%30%
Workers4%28%72%
Total60%40%

France
2016% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Middle managers38%64%36%
Office workers12%76%24%
Journalists50%58%42%
Total62%38%

Female presence among the heads of titles

Remuneration women/men

Italy2016
Executives68%
Middle managers89%
Office workers92%
Journalists76%
Workers90%

Italy2016
Middle managers84%
Office workers99%
Journalists90%

N.B: data do not include NaturaBuy

Employees with disabilities

Italy
2016% of total% Women% Men
Middle managers4%40%60%
office workers79%47%53%
Journalists2%100%0%
Workers15%33%67%
Total46%54%

France
2016% of total% Women% Men
Middle managers9%0%100%
office workers27%0%100%
Journalists64%57%43%
Total36%64%

Since 2012, Mondadori has been part of the Charter for equal opportunity, a declaration of intent voluntarily signed by companies of all sizes, to disseminate an inclusive corporate and human resource culture that is free from discrimination and prejudice and which enhances talents in all their diversities.

Since January 2016, we have been ordinary members of Valore D, which promotes gender equality, presence and growth of female talent within companies, professional firms, organisations and institutions.