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Site manager: Frederic Guattari

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Equality between men and women has been one of Publicis Groupe's core values since its creation. Respect for each and every person is a strong component of the company's culture, based on the signature "Viva la Différence", which recognises and values individual singularities as assets.


Gender equality

The Group is very committed to issues of inclusion, gender equality and diversity, as reflected in corporate commitments such as the signing of the 7 Women Empowerment Principles (WEPs) of UN Women, or active participation in the Unsterotype Alliance with UN Women, which brings together some twenty global companies to combat stereotypes in communication campaigns.
Gender equality must be tangible and requires constant vigilance; it must exist at all levels: from recruitment, through promotion and career development, to pay. The indicators show that there is still room for improvement.

In accordance with the provisions of the "Professional Future" law of 5 September 2018, Publicis France agencies with a workforce of at least 50 employees have established their Index dedicated to professional equality between women and men.

The criteria used to calculate the Index are

- Indicator 1: pay gap between women and men;
- Indicator 2*: difference in the rate of individual increases between women and men;
- Indicator 3*: Difference in promotion rates between women and men;
- Indicator 4: percentage of female employees who received a raise after returning from maternity leave;
- Indicator 5: number of employees of the under-represented sex among the 10 highest paid employees

* In companies with less than 250 employees, indicators 2 and 3 are merged. This means that individual increases as well as those resulting from promotions must be taken into account.

To calculate the company's Indexes, we called on an external firm that compiled all the data and ensured the accuracy and reliability of the results.

The score obtained by Le Drugstore in 2020 is 94/100

- Indicator 1: 39/40

- Indicator 2: 35/35

- Indicator 3: 35/35

- Indicator 4: 15/15

- Indicator 5: 5/10

The members of the Comex of Le Drugstore have decided to monitor the evolution of this Index on a quarterly basis and to reinforce the training of the management teams on unconscious bias.

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Beyond the strict annual photography of the indicators and the publication of the index for the companies concerned, the Group wants to continue to improve its actions with the aim of social progress to strengthen professional equality between women and men.

Publicis Groupe is convinced that professional and salary equality is a factor of collective enrichment and sustainable performance, and a major challenge of social policy.

The Group also wishes to raise the awareness of its employees and management staff on other equally important issues aimed at strengthening professional equality between women and men: work-life balance and the fight against sexual harassment and sexist behaviour.

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