- To recognize and act concretely against sexist acts at work
- Reinforcing the Group’s commitment to diversity, one of the strong points of its CSR policy
PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:
On the occasion of the International Day Against Sexism, Eutelsat (Paris:ETL) joins the #StOpE initiative which already brings together more than 150 organizations, companies, associations and universities to fight against so-called “ordinary” sexism at work.
Launched in December 2018, on the initiative of Accor, EY and L’Oréal, and placed under the high patronage of Elisabeth Moreno, Minister in charge of Equality between women and men, Diversity and Equal opportunity, the #StOpE movement is based on the signing of an act of commitment comprising eight founding points1. Companies and organizations commit by deploying, during the year, at least one of the eight priority actions within their respective structures, and share their concrete actions and best practices.
By joining this approach, Eutelsat is concretely mobilizing to help all of its employees to recognize and act against sexist acts in the workplace. The Group is thus pursuing its commitment to gender diversity, on which significant progress has been made in recent years: the company currently has more than 30% women, including among its managers and executive bodies. Women represent almost half of the people recruited in 2021 and paternity leave has been extended to the main countries in which the Group operates. Educational actions in favor of the scientific training of young girls are also carried out in collaboration with specialized NGOs.
On the occasion of the signing of the #StOpE deed of commitment, Eva Berneke, CEO of Eutelsat, declared: “The success of our Group is based on the talent of the women and men who collaborate daily on all of our sites. We are careful that our employees can build their careers and showcase their skills without restraint, fear or barrier. By joining #StOpE, we confirm our commitment to take concrete action against sexist acts in the workplace. »
More info on https://www.afmd.fr/afmd-x-initiative-stope
About Eutelsat Communications
Founded in 1977, Eutelsat Communications is one of the largest satellite operators in the world. Thanks to its worldwide fleet of satellites and its ground infrastructures, Eutelsat enables its customers in the Video, Data, Government Services and Fixed and Mobile Connectivity sectors to establish efficient links to their own customers, wherever they are. are found. Eutelsat broadcasts around 7,000 channels, operated by the largest television groups, reaching an audience of more than one billion viewers equipped for satellite reception or connected to terrestrial networks. Placing sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its activities, Eutelsat places its satellite resources at the service of reducing the digital divide, while committing to preserving a safe and uncluttered space environment. An attractive and responsible employer, Eutelsat relies on 1,200 employees from 50 countries, who are committed on a daily basis to offering the best quality of service. Eutelsat Communications is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange (Euronext Paris) under the symbol ETL.
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1 The eight founding points are as follows: display and apply the principle of zero tolerance, inform to raise awareness of sexist behavior (acts, words, attitudes) and their impacts, train in a targeted manner on the obligations and good practices in the fight against ordinary sexism, distribute educational tools to employees to deal with sexist behavior in the workplace, encourage all employees to contribute, prevent, identify sexist behavior and react to ordinary sexism, prevent situations of sexism and support victims, witnesses and decision-makers in a personalized manner in reporting and dealing with sexist acts, sanctioning reprehensible behavior and communicating on the associated sanctions, measuring and implementing monitoring indicators to adapt the policy to combat ordinary sexism
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