Gender equality index

Since March 1, 2020, companies with at least 50 employees must measure the gender equality index defined by the “Professional Future” law of September 5, 2018.

This index aims to measure the company’s positioning in terms of professional equality between women and men according to the 4 indicators (for companies with fewer than 250 employees) defined by the government:

The gender pay gap;
The difference in distribution of individual increases;
The percentage of employees given a raise upon their return from maternity leave;
The number of people of the underrepresented sex among the 10 highest earners.

On this index, Nacon obtains a score of 94/100 (index calculated on the figures for 2022), an encouraging first result which confirms the company’s commitments in terms of professional equality

The overall index of 94 is broken down as follows:

Pay gap indicator: 39
Individual increase rate gap indicator: 35
Return from maternity leave indicator: 15
High remuneration indicator: 5

Aware of the importance of professional diversity, a factor of collective enrichment, social balance and economic efficiency, we are committed to guaranteeing equal opportunities and treatment for employees regardless of their gender.

Professional equality between women and men is at the heart of our HR policy.

Nacon plans to continue its efforts in this area in the years to come.