At CS GROUP, diversity is a source of strength: in human terms first of all, but also in creative terms thanks to the way we share our practices and methods. This is a genuine added value to which we committed in 2004 when we signed the Corporate Diversity Charter.
Through concrete initiatives we fight discrimination and promote equal opportunities, equal access to work and knowledge sharing.
In 2021, CS GROUP scored 87/100 on the gender parity index :
This comprises five major criteria that are used to assess gender inequalities in companies:
Pay gap indicator: 37/40
Increase rate gap indicator: 20/20
Promotion rate gap indicator: 15/15
Return from maternity leave indicator (percentage of women who received a raise upon return from maternity/adoption leave): 15/15
High-pay indicator (number of women in the 10 highest-paid positions): 0/10
In accordance with the Rixain Law of December 2021, CS GROUP has 15.04% women represented in its management bodies, compared with 84.96% men.
CS GROUP is not subject to the methods for calculating the gender representation gap for the population of senior managers, as the company does not have any senior managers in the strict sense of Article L.3111-2.
At CS GROUP, training is essential to allow our employees to evolve and move forward in a rapidly changing world. With this in mind, we provided our staff with over 20,000 hours of training in 2019. CS GROUP also makes available specific tools and programs that allow employees to learn at their own pace, perfecting their existing skills or acquiring new ones.
Aware of the crucial importance of ecological transition and eager to play and active part in it, we at CS GROUP are committed to measuring and reducing the environmental impacts of our products and services.
Our commitment to the association “Elles bougent” is embodied in our network of sponsors who are eager to spark interest in exciting careers in engineering and technology among young women studying at high school and university.
I chose to be a sponsor because I want to help promote scientific and technological professions among young people, especially girls, and to encourage them to turn towards these exciting careers