Capgemini secures impressive gender equality certification

Capgemini secures impressive gender equality certification

 August 21, 2019

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Capgemini in the UK is celebrating an impressive achievement, having successfully received the Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) ‘Move’ certification - the leading global assessment methodology and business standard on gender equality in the workplace.

Building on previous employer success to reach the next level 

Following on from the EDGE Assess certification secured in 2017, EDGE evaluated once again Capgemini's talent pipeline data, organisational policies and employee feedback to determine that the company is meeting the standard on recruitment and promotion, leadership training and mentoring, and company culture.

Frances Duffy, Capgemini UK HR Director, says: “Two years on from achieving level one, we’re delighted to have been recognised by EDGE at the next level of certification, ‘Move’. Clearly we’re making continuous progress towards greater gender diversity and inclusion through our Active Inclusion programme.”

Capgemini Frances Duffy

Positive feedback for policies, processes and steps taken 

Capgemini received highly positive feedback on company policies, processes and steps taken, particularly regarding its Think | Ask | Act campaign, Return@Capgemini programme and Work Life Harmony approach. 

Frances continues: “We were also pleased to see progress around employee perceptions, narrowing the experience gap for men and women around career opportunities and work life balance.”

Find out more about Capgemini UK's Active Inclusion strategy here.

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