Air France, heavily impacted by the Covid crisis, is not in a position to publish its Professional Equality Index this year due to the implementation of a necessary salary moderation in a constrained economic context.
The absence of individual increases for all employees in 2021 means that the index cannot be calculated.
However, Air France remains committed to the issue of gender equality in the workplace and is maintaining an ambitious policy, in particular with the implementation of its 6th three-year agreement on gender equality in the workplace, signed in January 2022.
Promoting gender diversity within the company and the feminisation of certain professions, ensuring equal treatment, particularly in terms of pay, improving the work/life balance and parenthood, setting up support programmes for positions of responsibility, raising awareness and developing training initiatives, combating ordinary sexism and sexual harassment, and providing support for women who are victims of violence remain key areas of commitment.
Details of the 2021 Index
Indicator 1 measuring the gender pay gap: 39/40
Indicator 2 measuring the gap in the rate of individual increases (excluding promotions) between men and women: NC
Indicator 3 measuring the gap in promotion rates between men and women: 15/15
Indicator 4 measuring the percentage of female employees who received a raise within one year of returning from maternity leave: NC
Indicator 5 measuring the number of employees of the under-represented gender among the 10 highest paid employees: 0/10
As a reminder, the 2020 Air France index was 89/100