on The 1st of march, the large companies must publish on their website an index measuring their policy mix. However, they are approximately 200 companies do not have. "It was 1.130 companies on the 1.340 concerned" by the "obligation" that have published their index, then they were in principle required to make a detailed Muriel Pénicaud, minister of Labour, invited Sunday afternoon of the show, le Grand Jury RTL/LCI/Le Figaro.
This tool, introduced by the act professional Future in the summer of 2018, measure across the five criteria, qualifications and equal skills, women get the same wages as men, and if they have the same chances of having a increase and a promotion. It also assesses if all the employees are increased to their return from maternity leave, when increases were granted. Finally, it examines the weight of women in wage the highest.
"already, for those who have not responded, in companies with more than 1,000 employees, the labour inspectorate and the labour department are in the process of contact. If they don't comply soon, they will be put on notice and they may have financial penalties, even for not having responded," said the minister. "The sanctions can go up to 1% of payroll. I often say to employers: rather than to give (the money) to the Treasury, give it to the women! ".Still "work to do"
"The vast majority" of companies to have published their "index has work to do", noted the minister, "and 15% are in red alert", that is to say below 75 points. These bad students, who incur sanctions if they do not improve their situation in three years, "have outcomes that are really bad" and "must immediately act."
conversely, only a "tiny minority" of the companies concerned has obtained the maximum score of 100 points, has detailed the minister. Once established by the company, the index is "public", has also stressed Muriel Pénicaud. "When you want to apply in a company, check to see if they are good or void of equal pay", she started.
companies with more than 250 employees will in turn be affected by the obligation to publish this index on the 1st of September, and then those with more than 50 employees on march 1, 2020.
" The companies valued in the eyes of all on equality of women and menUpdated Date: 24 June 2019, 00:00