Schneider Electric is recognized for gender equality commitment

Schneider Electric is recognized for gender equality commitment

 January 28, 2021

For a fourth year in a row, Schneider Electric has been included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). This accolade recognizes Schneider Electric's public commitment to promoting equality and women's advancement in the workplace.

Schneider Electric is one of 325 global companies, and one of 16 in the industrial sector. 

"Thank you to the companies that are committed to advancing their efforts to support gender equality through policy development, representation and transparency. Your contribution to disclosure is helping others to take notice and collectively drive real change," writes Bloomberg Chairman Peter T. Grauer in an open letter.

Transparency in gender reporting

Inclusion

Created in 2016, the Bloomberg GEI provides managers and investors with comparative information on gender-equality performance of the world’s biggest companies.

Stakeholders, including employees, investors and regulators, care more than ever about how companies treat their employees and whether their products and services are helping to serve the needs of society.

 The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index tracks the performance of public companies committed to disclosing their efforts to support gender equality through policy development, representation and transparency.

Based on a detailed self-disclosure survey of data, the GEI provides a unique barometer of gender-equality performance as well as transparency in gender reporting and to advancing women globally.

The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index includes 75 questions across one of five pillars:

Companies are assigned a score based on both disclosure and data excellence.

Providing equal opportunities everywhere

By publicly releasing their gender-related data, Schneider Electric showcases its commitment to gender equality and transparency, as well as its willingness to assess its progress towards parity and tackle workplace inequality.

Schneider Electric’s strong performance also highlights its leadership and drive for employees to have equal opportunities everywhere.


Work for an award-winning company

Diversity is part of Schneider Electric's heritage and its future, making up its culture and identity.

The company wants its employees to reflect the diversity of its communities and the customers they serve. 

Be part of Schneider Electric's progressive culture - search for a job with the company.

 

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