One of the cornerstones of our human resources management methods is to offer to everyone the same opportunities to develop personal skills and habits whilst avoiding all discrimination, whether in relation to ethnicity, gender, age, nationality, religion, sexual orientation or personal beliefs. This is also enshrined in our code of ethics.

With reference to gender equality, we encourage and promote equal working conditions between men and women.
Over the last thirty years, employment rates of women have remained at a constant 60%.
Our compensation model respects overall equality in terms of remuneration offered to male and female staff.

Workforce according to level

Italy
2016% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Executives5%23%77%
Middle managers13%53%47%
Office workers69%64%36%
Journalists13%71%29%
Workers0,01%21%79%
Total60%40%

France
2017% of totalof which Womenof which Men
Middle managers39%66%34%
Office workers11%77%23%
Journalists50%57%43%
Total62%38%

Female presence among the heads of titles

Remuneration women/men

Italy2017
Executives73%
Middle managers92%
Office workers92%
Journalists75%
Workers61%

France20176
Middle managers84%
Office workers101%
Journalists92%

Employees with disabilities

Italy
2017No.% Women% Men
Middle managers540%60%
Office workers8650%50%
Journalists2100%0%
Workers743%57%
Total50%50%

France
2017No.% Women% Men
Middle managers10%100%
Office workers30%100%
Journalists650%50%
Total36%64%

In 2012, we implemented the Equal Opportunities Charter, which is a declaration of intent voluntarily signed by enterprises of all sizes to promote an inclusive, discrimination- and prejudice-free company culture and human resource policy that is able to support talent in all of its diversity.

In January 2016, we became members of Valore D, which promotes gender equality, the presence and growth of female talent in professional settings, companies, entities and organisations and in 2017 we joined their Manifesto for Women at Work.