Groupe Renault’s story is first and foremost about people. It is also about the desire to change mentalities within and outside the company, and to encourage open-mindedness. With this in mind, the group carries out actions to promote equal opportunity.
The chief goal of our efforts is to prevent all forms of discrimination, making sure that each individual has the same opportunities in terms of recruitment and career advancement at the company.
Head of Diversity – Groupe Renault
Through its CSR approach, the company is committed to several fundamental social issues: gender equality, disability rights, intergenerational collaboration, freedom of sexual orientation, integration of international employees, etc.
Gender equality: ending clichés
Who says that men have to work in engineering and women in communications? And who says that gender equality is only a women’s issue? The automotive industry is changing, along with society and the professional landscape. A closer look at the group’s actions to move beyond stereotypes.
Women@renault, our plan for gender equality
At the start of 2010, Groupe Renault launched the Women@Renault plan. Based on concrete HR actions, it aims to improve the representation of women at every level and in every business within the company.
But that’s not all!
The plan also includes an internal social network with the same name. Open to all employees since its launch, this mixed gender, international network aims to change mentalities. With 5,000 members (25% men), the network promotes discussion in order to find better solutions to the question of gender equality. In short, it is a collaborative, non-militant approach to effecting change.
Women@Renault initiatives around the world
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Our commitment to the #heforshe movement
In 2014, the international #HeForShe movement was launched. A few years later, Groupe Renault committed to the movement internally with the UN Women France. committee. Its aim is to involve all employees, and men in particular, in questions of gender equality and diversity. It also gives men and women the opportunity to be actively involved in creating a welcoming environment. Because, ultimately, if diversity is a reality, inclusion is a choice!
In line with the law related to gender equity published on 5th September 2018, Groupe Renault publishes its 2018 gender equity index enabling to measure potential salary gaps between men and women (index valid in France).
Please find hereafter the gender equity index results for 2019 related to 2018:
- Renault sas: 94 points
- Maubeuge Construction Automobile M.C.A.: 77 points
- Société de Véhicules Automobiles de Batilly: 84 points
Working for better disability inclusion
In 1995, Groupe Renault was one of the first companies to sign an agreement for the professional integration of people with disabilities in France. Since then, we have continued to develop our initiatives: adapting work spaces, teleworking, launching the Handi@Renault social network, employee awareness-raising, etc. Our current objective is to internationalize this approach to include all the countries in which we operate. In this way, we will help each person find their place and flourish within the company.