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Gender Equality Index (France)

Sia Partners reports an overall Gender Equality Index score of 85/100 for the year 2021.

Sia Partners reports an overall Gender Equality Index score of 85/100 for the year 2021

Sia Partners reports an overall Gender Equality Index score of 85/100 for the year 2021. The Gender Equality Index is mandated by the French law on professional agency, effective from September 5, 2018. This law most notably seeks to eliminate the pay gap between women and men in France.

This score is calculated from the 5 indicators below.

Indicator Sia Partners’ Score Points possible
Gender pay gap 35 40
Difference in the rate of individual salary increases between women and men 20 20
Difference in the rate of individual salary increases between women and men 15 15
Percentage of employees who returned from maternity leave during the reporting year and received a raise upon their return 15 15
Number of employees of the underrepresented gender among the ten highest paid employees 0 10
Total 85 100

Note on methodology

The reference period is the fiscal year of Sia Partners (from July 2020 to June 2021).

Indicators 2, 3 and 4 are calculated on the basis of employees eligible for a raise or promotion during the reference period (at least 1 year of seniority before the end of the reference period and excluding the notice period before departure).